Today the second of two posts celebrating the top 30 Kinks songs. Look back to yesterday for #30-16.
All part of our regular feature…THE GREATEST OF ALL TUNES (G.O.A.T.), a salute to the greatest songs of all time, one song per artist. Want more? Go to the G.O.A.T. Page for all the GOATs so far!
15. Living on a Thin Line (Word of Mouth, 1985)
Dave Davies’ best Kinks song—the one from the best episode of the Sopranos (you know, the one where Tony takes Meadow to look at colleges in New England and finds a gangster hiding out in witness protection).
Covers: None. But the song got rediscovered on a certain TV show…
14. Where Have All the Good Times Gone (The Kink Kontroversy 1965)
One of two songs on this list that are probably better known as Van Halen songs.
Now, let’s click “next” to see more of the countdown…