Kinda Kinks is the second album by English rock band The Kinks, released in 1965. Recorded and released within two weeks after returning from a tour in Asia, Ray Davies and the band were not satisfied with the production. The single "Tired of Waiting for You" was a hit on the UK Singles Charts. The album was recorded immediately after the return of the group from an Asian tour, and was completed and released within two weeks
The Kinks were active for over three decades between 1964 and 1996, releasing 28 regular albums in the UK (24 studio, four live), and 30 in the USA (24 studio, four live, two compilation), where the early albums were slightly different from the British albums partly due to the method that publishing royalties were calculated in the two countries, partly due to difference in popularity of the extended play format (the UK market liked it, the US market didn't, so US albums had the EP releases bundled.
Kinda Kinks (LP, Album, RE). Marble Arch Records, Marble Arch Records. R 6173, R-6173, 6173. Kinda Kinks (LP, Album, Mono, San).
The Kinks' second album, Kinda Kinks, was rush-recorded on either side (and in the midst) of a world tour that took them all the way to Australia in the course of bridging the 1964-1965 New Year. So the resulting record was uneven but filled with promise, and possessed of at least three bright spots - additionally, and equally important, this album showcased a much more sophisticated sound, Dave Davies' guitar turned down (and even switched to acoustic in a couple of spots) as Ray Davies began exploring aspects of emotions and storytelling that transcended anything in the.
The Kink Kontroversy. The Great Lost Kinks Album. Come Dancing with the Kinks: The Best of 1977-1986. The Kinks Are Well Respected Men. 1988. BBC Sessions: 1964-1977.
Kinda Kinks Tracklist.