Talk:The Great Lost Kinks Album

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My (1973) LP version of this album includes "I'm Not Like Everybody Else" so it wasn't simply later added to the cassette version. Also your time for the previous song, "The Way Love Used to Be", was wrong, your "3:29" actually being the time for "I'm Not Like Everybody Else", while "The Way Love Used to Be" is actually 2:11 long. In other words, I suspect that someone had dropped a staggered line from the data you were relying on. IanHistor 16:56, 8 May 2007 (UTC)

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title[edit]

Can we have a definitive ruling from someone who possesses a copy of the album? Is the song titled "Where did the Spring Go?" or "Where did My Spring Go?" both of which are mentioned in the article. Harfarhs (talk) 20:27, 25 June 2010 (UTC)

"Where did the spring go" on my LP. I'll tweak the article accordingly. - DavidWBrooks (talk) 23:44, 25 June 2010 (UTC)

Songwriter credits[edit]

The track "Groovy Movies" is a Dave Davies composition and should be noted as such, as it is in the main article. An absence of a credit implies it is a Ray Davies composition per the line "all songs written and composed by Ray Davies, except where noted." ShelbyMarion (talk) 00:31, 12 March 2014 (UTC)