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Kinks- Low Budget 45th Anniversary- Sir Ray Davies

With the pending forty-fifth anniversary of “Low Budget”, the Kinks’ July 1979 biggest seller in their long storied career, it becomes apparent that The Kinks were the ultimate slacker band. Led by the Poet Laureate of Rock, my guest Sir Ray Davies, it certainly wasn’t for lack of creative brilliance, but for a dearth of ambition.

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Don Henley- The End of the Innocence 35th Anniversary

With June 1989’s “The End of the Innocence”, we found out that Don Henley had a lot on his mind about life, love, and the American Experiment. Don Henley is my guest In the Studio on the album’s 35th anniversary.

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Kinks- Low Budget 45th Anniversary- Ray Davies 7-8

With the pending forty-fifth anniversary of “Low Budget”, the Kinks’ July 1979 biggest seller in their long storied career, it becomes apparent that The Kinks were the ultimate slacker band. My guest In the Studio Ray Davies explains the week of July 8 why the Kinks were almost a decade behind their British Invasion peers in America when The Kinks released the trifecta of “Sleepwalker”, “Misfits”, and their biggest seller, “Low Budget”.