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8 thoughts on “ Tired Of Waiting For You - The Kinks - Tired Of Waiting For You / All Day And All Of The Night (Vinyl)

  1. KINKS - TIRED OF WAITING FOR YOU / ALL DAY AND ALL OF THE NIGHT JUKEBOX 45 MINT. $ ALL DAY AND ALL OF THE NIGHT / TIRED OF WAITING FOR YOU. by The Kinks Reprise Back to Back Hits # 45rpm Reissue Vinyl is VG. Labels are VG Seller Rating: % positive.
  2. A budget-priced collection of some the Kinks' most essential early material that allows the listener to watch the Kinks graduate from the garage rock roar of "You Really Got Me" to the more sophisticated tones on "Sunny Afternoon." There is no filler among the tracks, and all the featured songs make the album a nice intro to the band's music, though definitly not an essential purchase for 6/
  3. Tired of Waiting For You was released in January 24, The cassette is no longer then twenty minutes and is not worth the money. The songs are great to listen but your not getting enough bang for you bucks/5(2).
  4. G F x4 G F G F G F G So tired, tired of waiting, tired of waiting for you G F G F G F G So tired, tired of waiting, tired of waiting for you F C F C F C F I was a lonely soul, I had nobody t.
  5. The Kinks ‎– All Day And All Of The Night / Tired Of Waiting For You. Genre: Rock. Style: Classic Rock. Year: /5(26).
  6. The Kinks (–; present) are an English pop-rock group that came out of the British R&B scene of the early s. Formed in Muswell Hill, North London, by brothers Ray Davies and Dave Davies in and categorised in the United States as a "British Invasion" band, the Kinks are recognised as one of the most important and influential rock groups of the era.
  7. Released as the first single from the album, "Tired of Waiting for You" was a huge hit, going to #1 in the UK and charting at #6 in America, one position higher than "You Really Got Me." This was a more gentle song until it was decided that it needed the trademark Dave Davies loud guitar riffing.
  8. "Tired of Waiting for You" was a hit rock song by the English band The Kinks. The song was released as a single on 15 January in the UK and on 17 February in the USA. It then appeared on their second studio album Kinda Kinks.

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