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The Kinks - face to face

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A Matrix:
1. "Party Line" 2:35 2. "Rosy Won't You Please Come Home" 2:34 3. "Dandy" 2:12 4. "Too Much on My Mind" 2:28 5. "Session Man" 2:14 6. "Rainy Day in June" 3:10 7. "A House in the Country" 3:03  
B Matrix:
1. "Holiday in Waikiki" 2:52 2. "Most Exclusive Residence for Sale" 2:48 3. "Fancy" 2:30 4. "Little Miss Queen of Darkness" 3:16 5. "You're Lookin' Fine" 2:46 6. "Sunny Afternoon" 3:36 7. "I'll Remember" 2:27  
Record Details
Artist: The Kinks
Title: face to face
Format: 12"
Label: Sactuary Records
Cat No: 5414939639814
Released: 28 Oct 1966
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Genres: Rock
   
Numbered: #100
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Face to Face

Studio album by the Kinks
Released
28 October 1966 (UK)
7 December 1966 (US)
Recorded
23 October 1965 – 21 June 1966
Studio
Pye Studios, London
Genre
Rockbaroque pop
Length
38:32[1]
Label
Pye (UK)Reprise (US)
Producer
Shel Talmy
The Kinks chronology
The Kink Kontroversy
(1965)
Face to Face
(1966)
Something Else by The Kinks
(1967)

Singles from Face to Face
"Sunny Afternoon" / "I'm Not Like Everybody Else"
Released: 3 June 1966
"Dandy" / "Party Line"
Released: 18 November 1966
Face to Face is the fourth studio album by the English rock band the Kinks, released in October 1966. The album marked a shift from the hard-driving style of beat music that had catapulted the group to international acclaim in 1964. It is their first album consisting entirely of Ray Davies compositions, and has also been regarded by critics as rock's first concept album. The album was included in Robert Christgau's "Basic Record Library" of 1950s and 1960s recordings, published in Christgau's Record Guide: Rock Albums of the Seventies (1981).
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