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The Kinks 1964. Left to right: Mick Avory, Pete Quaife, Dave Davies and Ray Davies.

The Kinks, 1964 - Left to right: Mick Avory, Pete Quaife, Dave Davies and Ray Davies

Dead End Street - The Kinks "What are we living for? Two-roomed apartment on the second floor. No money coming in, the rent collector's knocking, trying to get in."

Dead End Street - The Kinks "What are we living for? Two-roomed apartment on the second floor. No money coming in, the rent collector's knocking, trying to get in." MY FAVORITE BAND EVER!

Another one nof mine with out a cover.... 1964 The Kinks Band, You Really Got Me

The kinks were a popular band in the UK during the time of the play. I feel like as Mr Lowther isn't like the normal teachers and he's a music teacher he should be up to date with the latest music.

The Kinks...All Day and All of the Night  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cHjNmUg6PgQ

The Kinks Pop Group with Mick Avery, Pete Quaife, Dave Davies and Ray Davies, 1966

The Kinks: Original line-up in 1965. From left: Pete Quaife, Dave Davies, Ray Davies, Mick Avory.

The Kinks: Original line-up in From left: Pete Quaife, Dave Davies, Ray Davies, Mick Avory.

Cita de letras música cartel Lola de The Kinks por PeanutoakPrint

Music Poster Lola The Kinks lyrics quote inspired Music Poster Print Typography art LOLA lolololo LOLA Music Poster The Kinks Poster music

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