Music Commentary

Welcome to ‘MIXOLOGY’, the show where I take Mono, Stereo, and International/Single mixes of classic albums, and compare and contrast all the key differences to create the ultimate in-a-nutshell guide! Be sure to check out sister show ‘Back to Mono’, where I discuss classic songs in their mono mixes, and play hits and deep cuts from some of my recent vinyl pickups.

September 22, 2020

12 - Face to Face by The Kinks

Hello Friends! Today we're taking another Kinky trip back into the world of Ray and his glorious band, with what is often seen as The Kinks' first truly great LP, 'Face to Face', from 1966. Featuring a greater emphasis on Ray's Personal life, and a growth of his social commentary, this is arguably their quintessential album, and luckily for us, it was their first to get both a Mono & Stereo Mix since their first album in 1964... though not as one might expect. So come all, whether you're a Little Miss Queen of Darkness, or you live in a House in The Country, and take a ride through probably the narrowest Stereo album of 1966.

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