The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society is the sixth studio album by the English rock group the Kinks, released in November 1968. It was the last album by the original quartet (Ray Davies, Dave Davies, Pete Quaife, Mick Avory), as bassist Quaife left the group in early 1969. A collection of vignettes of English life, The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society was assembled from songs written and recorded over the previous two years.
Village Green" is the ninth track from the Kinks' 1968 album, The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society. Like the other fourteen tracks on the album, it was written by Ray Davies. Village Green" was recorded during the sessions of Something Else, The Kinks' 1967 predecessor to The Kinks Are the Village Green Preservation Society. The track's influence came from Ray Davies's visit to Devon, a rural area in England.
Village Green by Village Ten Collective, released 12 March 2013 1. The Very Most - Take Them All Away (Adam and Darcie) 2. Adam and Darcie - Drip, Drip, Drop (Canoe) 3. Canoe - Dodged Ev'ry Bullet Pt. 1 (The Very Most) 4. The Very Most - The Caspian Sea (Canoe) 5. Canoe - Never Been a Pilot (Adam and Darcie) 6. Adam and Darcie - You're in Love With the Sun (The Very Most) Adam and Darcie, Canoe, and The Very Most all cover each others' songs. Got it. + add. album.
1984" is the album's most direct and effective dance floor track. Under the clamour of military samples, Hampton spells out a grim vision for how peak-time material would sound in his hands. It's consistent with his previous work, but proudly left of the traditional "dark techno" centre. The sound is unquestionably Hampton's own. Published, Wed, 10 Apr 2019.
Little Village is the only studio album by the band of the same name. The band, a supergroup comprising Ry Cooder, John Hiatt, Nick Lowe, and Jim Keltner, released the album, went on a tour of the US and Europe to support it, and disbanded the year of its release. They had previously worked as a group while recording Hiatt's solo album Bring the Family in 1987.