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Performer: The Kinks
Genre: Rock
Album: Neue Revue - The Great Lost Album
Released: 2000
MP3 version ZIP size: 1929 mb
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WMA version ZIP size: 1264 mb
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1 The John Schroeder Orchestra Intro: Ballad Of The Virgin Soldiers - Film Theme
2 The Ravens I'm A Hog For You Baby - 1963 Demo
3 The Ravens I Believed You - 1963 Demo
Lead Vocals – Dave Davies
4 The Ravens Revenge - 1963 Demo
5 The Kinks Got Love If You Want It - Alt. Take
6 The Kinks Don't Ever Let Me Go - Rejected Single You Realy Got Me
7 Ray Davies This I Know - 1965 Demo
8 Ray Davies A Little Bit Of Sunlight - 1965 Demo
9 Ray Davies Tell Me Now So I'll Know - 1965 Demo
10 Ray Davies There's A New World Just Opening For Me - 1965 Demo
11 Ray Davies All Night Stand - 1965 Demo
12 The Kinks Time Will Tell - 1965 Outtake Kink Kontroversy
13 Ray Davies, Mick Avory Spotty Grotty Anna - 1968 Rehearsal
14 The Kinks And I Will Love You - 1965 Rejected EP Track
15 The Kinks She's Got Everything - 1966 Recorded B-Side Days
16 The Kinks Dedicated Follower Of Fashion - Rejected version
17 The Kinks Mr. Reporter
Lead Vocals – Ray Davies
18 The Kinks Sand On My Shoes - 1967 Early Version Tin Soldier Man
19 The Kinks Lavender Hill - 1967 Outtake
20 The Kinks Rosemary Rose - 1968 Outtake
21 The Kinks Misty Waters - 1968 Outtake
22 The Kinks Mr. Songbird - 1968 Outtake
23 The Kinks Did You See His Name - 1969 Televison Theme
24 The Kinks Where Did My Spring Go - 1969 Televison Theme
25 The Kinks When I Turn Off The Living Room Light - 1969 Televison Theme
26 The Kinks Till Death Do Us Part - 1969 Televison Theme
27 The Kinks Pictures In The Sand - 1969 Televison Theme
28 The Kinks Berkely Mews - 1968 B-Side Released 1970 (Lola)
29 The Kinks Easy Come, There You Went - 1968 Rehearsal
30 Dave Davies This Man He Weeps Tonight - 1969 Dave Davies Solo Recording


Utilizes cover art and and Category from German compilation Die Neue Kinks Revue, but tracklisting is completely different.
Digipack, silver CD.
Neue revue is a German magazine and it actually still exists. During the mid 60s they were responsible for the release of a Kinks sampler. The album was sold to their readers for a reduced price. The album is quite rare these days. This could be the reason the bootleggers picked this album cover to create a new version of the Great Lost Kinks Album. Two "new" tracks immediately draw attention to this album, first being an early take of "Dedicated Follower Of Fashion", the second being a alternative version of "Mr. Reporter", without brass and with vocals by Ray instead of Dave. Both tracks were originally intended for the rerelease of the "Face To Face" album. The early take of "Dedicated Follower Of Fashion" was vetoed by Ray in favour of a later stereo version of the song. When the version of "Mr. Reporter" with Ray's vocals was proposed, Ray said that this was not possible. The tape had been destroyed or erased halfway in the song, according to him. Listening to this song I am happy he was wrong! But there is more to this CD. The tracks have been remastered and the sound quality has improved quite a bit. But, there is also a downside. The intros of the Ray Davies demos, cut in May 1965, are hardly audible. It sounds like someone turned up the volume while the song was already playing. Also missing from the original GLKA track list is Dave's "Groovy Movies". One can only guess the reason. Maybe the bootleggers didn't like the song. It's not that they had something against Dave. His "This Man He Weeps Tonight" closes the album. But a lot has been added to the track list to make up for these ommissions. Ravens demos from November 1963, Their 4th single, "Don't Ever Let me Go". According to the liner notes the third single, but this is not right. This song was meant to be the follow up of "You Really Got Me", but both Ray and the record company agreed that this sounded to much like their breakthrough hit single.... Also new on the tracklist is the 1969 title soundtrack of the movie "The Virgin Soldiers", obviously taken from a video recording, possibly plunderd from another bootleg, "Kinks On Holiday". Three other instrumental tracks are an alternative version of "Revenge", "Spotty Grotty Anna" from 1968, NOT 1965 and "Easy Come There You went, also from 1968. No less than 30 tracks and now overlapping tracks with the recent CASTLE reissues. It is much easier to obtain then famous bootlegs like "Kollectable Kinks", "Kollectable Kinks Kontraband", "Rare Anthology", "Kulled From The Arkives" and "Good Luck Charm". I have seen the CD on 4 stands on one morning during arecord and CD fair, so I would advise you to look out for it the next time you visit a record and CD fair in your neighbourhoud!