One for the Road


One for the Road
One for the Road
Album par The Kinks
Sortie Drapeau : États-Unis 4 juin 1980
Drapeau : Royaume-Uni 1er août 1980
Enregistrement 1979-1980
Durée 77:21
Genre rock
Producteur Ray Davies
Label Arista
Critique 14e (États-Unis)
Albums de The Kinks
Low Budget (1979)
Give the People What They Want (1981)

One for the Road est un album live des Kinks sorti en 1980. Il rencontre un franc succès aux États-Unis, où il se classe 14e et devient disque d'or quelques mois après sa sortie.

Sommaire

Titres

Toutes les chansons sont de Ray Davies. Les titres pour lesquels le lieu et la date d'enregistrement ne sont pas précisés proviennent des concerts au Landmark Theatre Syracuse de Syracuse (4 mars 1980), au Fine Arts Center de l'Université du Massachusetts à Amherst (6 mars 1980) et à l'Université du Massachusetts à Dartmouth (7 mars 1980).

Face 1

  1. Opening – 1:43
  2. Hard Way[1] – 2:42
  3. Catch Me Now I'm Falling[2] – 4:49
  4. Where Have All the Good Times Gone[3] – 2:16
  5. Introduction to Lola[2] – 0:54
  6. Lola[2] – 4:47
  7. Pressure[2] – 1:31

Face 2

  1. All Day and All of the Night[1] – 3:45
  2. 20th Century Man[1] – 6:19
  3. Misfits[2] – 3:57
  4. Prince of the Punks – 6:17
  5. Stop Your Sobbing – 2:38

Face 3

  1. Low Budget[2] – 5:57
  2. Attitude[4] – 3:52
  3. (Wish I Could Fly Like) Superman[4] – 6:29
  4. National Health – 4:08

Face 4

  1. Till the End of the Day – 2:42
  2. Celluloid Heroes[4] – 7:22
  3. You Really Got Me[3] – 3:35
  4. Victoria[4] – 2:34
  5. David Watts – 2:05

Musiciens

The Kinks

Musicien supplémentaire

  • Nick Newell : claviers

Notes

  1. a, b et c Enregistré à The Barn, Université Rutgers (New Brunswick), le 3 mars 1979
  2. a, b, c, d, e et f Enregistré au Providence Civic Center (Providence) le 23 septembre 1979
  3. a et b Enregistré au Lowell Memorial Auditorium (Lowell) le 6 mars 1979
  4. a, b, c et d Enregistré au Volkhaus (Zurich) le 11 novembre 1979

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