On this long lost episode of Kinks and Beats, Chris and Tony focus on 1966 as they discuss the album Face to Face by The Kinks and the single Rain by The Beatles.
In Tony's quest to make Chris a Kinks fan, he has made the Preservation albums the second and third full albums Chris has to listen to. Will Chris quit the podcast after this assignment? You'll have to listen to find out.
All Things Must Pass, the first solo album by George Harrison after the Beatles break up, has stood the test of time as one of the great rock masterpieces and rightfully so. Listen as Tony and Chris discuss their feelings about the iconic album.
Picking the bottom five of the Beatles catalog is no easy task with so much great music getting in the way but Tony and Chris were up to the task and have compiled their separate bottom five lists. Also, at Chris' request, Tony gives a little history about the Kinks US Touring ban and speculates how it affected their success in the states as well as their legacy today.
Chris and Tony discuss the Kinks album Lola vs Powerman and the Money-go-Round as well as the many incarnations of the lost Beatles classic, Across the Universe.
In the first full length episode of Kinks and Beats, Tony and Chris discuss the recent remixes of the Beatles 1 album as well as the historical impact You Really Got Me had on music rock music.
A brief introduction and explanation of what to expect from the all new Kinks and Beatles related podcast!