Waterloo Sunset: The Kinks

I know I’ve played this before, but it seemed perfect for my mood so here it is again.

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7 Comments on “Waterloo Sunset: The Kinks”

  1. Hedley Says:

    Kat, I just ordered The Kinks Anthology at a somewhat fab price from amazon.co.uk Its not like I don’t have all their stuff but you know how it goes with Ray and Dave.

    By rumor Terry (Terrence Stamp) and Julie (Julie Christie) were the couple crossing the bridge. I cannot tell you how many times I made the same journey between the Station and the Aldwich and on to the LSE.

    I love the bridge, I love the views and more than anything I love this song. Don’t care how many times I have heard it. This was The Kinks at their Zenith

    • katry Says:

      My Dear Hedley,
      This is about my favorite Kinks song, and, like you, I can listen any time.

      I can definitely see those two together. I haven’t thought about Terence Stamp in a long while. He was so handsome when he was younger.

      I’m glad I chose this song.

  2. J Says:

    Great song, and one often covered (Wilco, Peter Gabriel,etc) but I really enjoy the one by Elliot Smith—something about the incredible vulnerability of the narrative voice in it….

    • katry Says:

      I would have say that The Kinks are own this songs, and it is forever connected to them. This version is softer, and I had a far different reaction. I think I can come to like this easily.


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