Following on from the reissue of their first three albums earlier this year, the British greats the Kinks are to reissue three more on June 13 (US). The albums in question this time are 1966’s Face To Face, 1967’s Something Else and 1969’s Arthur (Or The Decline and Fall of the British Empire). As Pitchfork
Earlier this year, the news surfaced that Ray Davies was open to reforming the Kinks at some point in the future, but probably without his little brother and fellow Kinks legend Dave. Now, however, there is a new twist with Dave Davies saying any possible reunion is ‘down to Ray’, this after Davies the younger
Ray Davies has suggested that the Kinks may soon be reforming, even if it is without his brother Dave, who remains opposed to the idea. The 60s giants of Brit-rock initially went their separate ways 15 years ago, with Dave Davies, the younger of the brothers, wanting nothing to do with any reunion ever since.