In 1970, the Kinks released another concept album, 'Lola Versus Powerman And The Moneygoround, Part One', on which Ray Davies critically and cynically dealt with the conventions and constraints of the music industry. Musically, the band moved away from British sophistication and focused more on US-sounding stadium rock. With 'Apeman' and especially 'Lola' the album contained two international single hits. ERs went on another US tour and they played this gig, broadcast by Radio KSAN-FM, at the legendary Fillmore West / San Francisco on November 13, 1970.
After the CD version, the LP version is finally released on dark green vinyl, with printed inner sleeves and hand-numbered!
A1 Mr. Wonderful A2 Till The End Of The Day A3 Last Of The Steam Powered Trains A4 Big Sky A5 Brainwashed
B1 Strangers B2 A Long Way From Home B3 Harry Rag B4 Act Nice And Gentle B5 Sunny Afternoon B6 Waterloo Sunset B7 Lola B8 Top Of The Pops
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