Kinks - Father Christmas flac album
Title: Father Christmas
Style: Pop Rock
MP3 album: 1774 mb
FLAC album: 1763 mb
Other formats: ADX AIFF AU DMF AA AHX APE
Genre: Rock / Pop
About the album: The hits that The Kinks scored in the '60s are the stuff of legend, but in America, the band's '70s-'80s stint on Arista Records was actually a bigger commercial success. This collection, named for the nostalgic 1983 hit "Come Dancing," captures highlights from that fertile period.
Father Christmas" is a 1977 single by the English group, The Kinks. It tells of a department store Father Christmas who is beaten up by a gang of poor kids who tell him to give them money instead of toys, as toys are impractical; and asks that the toys be given "to the little rich boys. At one point, a child asks the narrator to give his/her father a job for Christmas-or, if he must deliver a toy, a machine gun.
Sleepwalker is the fifteenth studio album by the English rock group, The Kinks, released in 1977. It marked a return to straight-ahead, self-contained rock songs after several years of concept albums. It is the first album in what critics usually call the "arena rock" phase of the group, in which more commercial and mainstream production techniques would be employed. The album also marks the last appearance of bassist John Dalton, who left the band during the recording sessions
Lyrics to "Father Christmas" song by The Kinks: When I was small I believed in Santa Claus Though I knew it was my dad And I would hang up my stocki. But the last time I played Father Christmas I stood outside a department store A gang of kids came over and mugged me And knocked my reindeer to the floor. They said: Father Christmas, give us some money Don't mess around with those silly toys. We'll beat you up if you don't hand it over We want your bread so don't make us annoyed Give all the toys to the little rich boys. Don't give my brother a Steve Austin outfit Don't give my sister a cuddly toy We don't want a jigsaw or monopoly money We only want the real McCoy.
Father Christmas" is a 1977 single by English group The Kinks. While it failed to chart upon release, it has grown in popularity and is a Christmas staple on some radio stations. It tells the story of a department store Santa Claus who is beaten up by a gang of poor kids who tell him to give them money instead of toys. Iggy Pop. Merry Christmas Baby. Christmas All Over Again. Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers. Santa Bring My Baby Back (To Me).
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Kinks - Father Christmas. About the album: The hits that The Kinks scored in the '60s are the stuff of legend, but in America, the band's '70s-'80s stint on Arista Records was actually a bigger commercial success.
The song "Father Christmas" was recorded in 1977 by the English band, the Kinks. The music was composed by the lead vocalist of the Kinks, Ray Davies who also wrote the lyrics to Father Christmas. The song was released as a single from The Kinks album 'Misfits'. Father Christmas sung by The Kinks A Classic Christmas Song! Enjoy watching the video of "Father Christmas" sung by The Kinks which is one of the most popular modern Christmas songs. The video will bring back happy memories of the Xmas holiday when you first heard "Father Christmas" song. Have some family fun and sing along to the words and lyrics of this famous and now classic song for the festive season. The music was composed by Ray Davies who also wrote the lyrics to this festive song.
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Recorded between sessions for Sleepwaker and Misfits, Father Christmas found The Kinks on a new record label in America (Arista) and backed by the svengali of career resuscitation Clive Davis. While the aforementioned first two albums for the label were moderate successes, The Kinks were at the precipice of career rejuvenation with the 1979 album Low Budget with its hit single (I Wanna Fly Like) Superman and the live follow-up double album One For The Road on the horizon that brought The Kinks back to the upper regions of the charts for. the first time in many years.
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- Distributed By – Pathé Marconi EMI
- Manufactured By – Pathé Marconi EMI
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Arista Records, Inc.
- Pressed By – Pathé Marconi EMI, Chatou – 320659
- Pressed By – Pathé Marconi EMI, Chatou – 320670
- Printed By – I.D.N.
- Published By – Davray Music Ltd.
- Engineer – Steve Waldman
- Producer – Ray Davies
- Written-By – Ray Davies
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A label): C 006-60.283 A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B label): C 006-60.283 B
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout): M3 320659 1 60283 A 21 B
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout): M3 320670 1 60283 B 21 B
- Price Code (Circled): EA
- Rights Society: SACEM SACD SDRM SGDL
|ARISTA 153||The Kinks||Father Christmas (7", Single)||Arista||ARISTA 153||UK||1977|
|5N 006-60283, 5N 006N-60283||The Kinks||Father Christmas (7", Single)||Arista, Arista||5N 006-60283, 5N 006N-60283||Netherlands||1977|
|4C 006-60283||Kinks*||Father Christmas (7", Single)||Arista||4C 006-60283||Belgium||1977|
|SP 34||The Kinks||Father Christmas (12", Promo)||Arista||SP 34||US||1978|
|10 C 006-060.283||The Kinks||Father Christmas (7", Single)||Arista||10 C 006-060.283||Spain||1978|