The Kinks Are Well Respected Men

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The Kinks Are Well Respected Men
Compilation album by The Kinks
Released 28 September 1987
Recorded 1964-1969
Genre Pop music
Length 103:12
Label PRT PYC 7001
Producer Shel Talmy, Ray Davies
The Kinks chronology
Come Dancing with the Kinks: The Best of 1977-1986
(1986)
The Kinks Are Well Respected Men
(1987)
25 Years: The Ultimate Collection
(1989)

The Kinks Are Well Respected Men is a 2-disc compilation album by British rock group the The Kinks, released in 1987. The album consists of all the non-album singles and b-sides released in the UK by the Kinks from 1964 to 1970. It also includes all of the tracks from the 1964 Kinksize Session EP and the 1965 Kwyet Kinks EP.

The album was issued on both double CD (PYC 7001) and double LP (PYL 7001) formats and is now a much sought-after item due to the excellent sound quality and comprehensive nature of the compilation.

Track listing[edit]

All songs by Ray Davies except as noted

Disc 1[edit]

  1. "Long Tall Sally" (Johnson/Penniman/Blackwell)
  2. "You Still Want Me"
  3. "You Do Something to Me"
  4. "It's Alright"
  5. "All Day and All of the Night"
  6. "I Gotta Move"
  7. "Louie Louie" (Richard Berry)
  8. "I've Got That Feeling"
  9. "I Gotta Go Now"
  10. "Things Are Getting Better"
  11. "Ev'rybody's Gonna Be Happy"
  12. "Who'll Be the Next in Line"
  13. "See My Friends"
  14. "I Need You"
  15. "Set Me Free"
  16. "Never Met a Girl Like You Before"
  17. "A Well Respected Man"
  18. "Such a Shame"
  19. "Wait Till the Summer Comes Along"

Disc 2[edit]

  1. "Don't You Fret"
  2. "Dedicated Follower Of Fashion"
  3. "Sitting On My Sofa"
  4. "I'm Not Like Everybody Else"
  5. "Dead End Street"
  6. "Big Black Smoke"
  7. "Act Nice & Gentle"
  8. "Autumn Almanac"
  9. "Mr. Pleasant"
  10. "Wonderboy"
  11. "Polly"
  12. "Days"
  13. "She's Got Everything"
  14. "Plastic Man"
  15. "King Kong"
  16. "Mindless Child Of Motherhood"
  17. "This Man He Weeps Tonight"
  18. "Berkeley Mews"