Set Me Free (The Kinks song)
|"Set Me Free"|
|Single by The Kinks|
|B-side||I Need You (R. Davies)|
|Released||21 May 1965 (UK)
26 May 1965 (US)
|Recorded||13-14 April 1965 at Pye Studios (No. 1), London|
|Genre||Rock, garage rock|
|Label||Pye 7N 15854 (UK)
Reprise 0379 (US)
|The Kinks singles chronology|
"Set Me Free" is a song by Ray Davies, released first by The Kinks in 1965. Along with "Tired of Waiting for You", it is one of band's first attempts at a softer, more introspective sound. The single also featured a notable B-side, "I Need You", which offered a prime example of The Kinks' early "raunchy" powerchord-based sound.
- The Kinks in the UK Charts, The Official Charts. Retrieved 3 August 2011.
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