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David Bowie and Ray Davies - Where Have All the Good Times Gone





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Published on May 26, 2012

"Where Have All the Good Times Gone" is a song written by Ray Davies and performed with The Kinks. It was first released as the B-side to "Till the End of the Day," and was then included on their album The Kink Kontroversy in 1965 (1966 in the US).

The song has since gained "classic" status and featured on numerous compilations. It was covered by David Bowie on the album Pin Ups, after which Pye Records released the track as a single in November 1973 (Pye 7N 45313 b/w "Lola"). This re-release failed to chart.

It has also been covered by Van Halen in the album Diver Down. This was Van Halen's second cover of a Kinks' song, the first being You Really Got Me on their eponymous debut album.

Supergrass performed the song live at the 1995 Glastonbury Festival.

Ray and Bowie Together...

Featuring the Vocal and Visual Talents Of STEVIE RIKS.



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