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The song " Village Green " itself was recorded in sessions for the Kinks' 1967 LP Something Else , [3] but Davies withheld the song and began collecting ideas for a thematic album revolving around the village green concept. [3] The band's interest in such a project began to grow in mid-1967: in a June interview Dave Davies mentioned that a Ray Davies solo LP was scheduled for release in September. [3] which, according to Doug Hinman, "probably refers to Ray's plans for a collection of songs with a London theme, a la ' Waterloo Sunset ', an idea that seems to appear and disappear quickly, or his Village Green concept, the one that seems to take hold." The Kinks spent the remainder of the year completing Something Else then went on a short break before beginning work on the Village Green album. [3]

I am amazed at how great the Kinks' records sounded — even though, when you listen closely, there is very little going on in them. Village Green is the best example: Unlike a lot of records of its time, it's not stuffed with a ton of instruments. And yet the songs are perfectly realized, well arranged.


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