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The Kinks — All Day and All of the Night (live)
Album: To the Bone
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Released: 1994
Length: 4:20
Plays (last 30 days): 1
I'm not content to be with you in the daytime
Girl I want to be with you all of the time
The only time I feel alright is by your side
Girl I want to be with you all of the time
All day and all of the night
All day and all of the night
All day and all of the night

I believe that you and me last forever
Oh yeah, all day and nighttime yours, leave me never
The only time I feel alright is by your side
Girl I want to be with you all of the time
All day and all of the night
All day and all of the night
Oh, come on

I believe that you and me last forever
Oh yeah, all day and nighttime yours, leave me never
The only time I feel alright is by your side
Girl I want to be with you all of the time
All day and all of the night
All day and all of the night-time
All day and all of the night
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 jsmyth wrote:
Just created an account to acknowledge how fricking kick@ss this was.
 
Okay, the fact that you didn't have an account combined with your acknowledgement of how kickass the programming is means it's now it's time to pony up and contribute to the cause to keep the music flowing
 bruceandjenna wrote:

When you reach 70, you'll feel like that without the concert.  Look forward to foot baths, hearing aids, and everyone ignoring everything you say anyway.
 

hilarious bruceandjenna!
I'm not sure if its the faster tempo, or just the live acoustics, but I'm preferring the studio recording to this.  :-(
1965-66 The Armory Springfield Illinois Kinks live
The band's final release before their breakup.
nice riff
clicked on Amazon CD... 135 British pounds!!! (about $150)... methinks not.
(will just rip from LP to FLAC file)
While working at Marriott's Great America log ride, these girls were approaching me before the downhill chute clapping "Hello, I love you, won't you tell me your name!" to this tune.  Always a great memory
Saw the Kinks live in 1980s...great music+performance -  and without a doubt one of the LOUDEST shows I have ever encountered!
 netstv wrote:
9->10 Ah... does it mean I'm old when I say things like, "Wow.. now back in the day.. those were rock concerts"  I remember coming home and my feet hurting, my legs sore from dancing, my ears ringing, unable to speak for a week because I sang the entire night.....

Wow.. those were the days.....

Says a 46 year old moving uphill! 
 
When you reach 70, you'll feel like that without the concert.  Look forward to foot baths, hearing aids, and everyone ignoring everything you say anyway.
Just created an account to acknowledge how fricking kick@ss this was.
The first Punk band by almost a decade.
So I'm listening as I  usually am to RP when this comes on and my heartbeat jumps 20 BPM.
 Proclivities wrote:

Perhaps the studio version seems boring by today's standards or because we've all heard it so often, but it was anything but boring when released in 1964.
 

I was two years old in 1964, so I really wouldn't remember...
 fredriley wrote:
Normally, studio versions of a song sound better than live ones, but this is a marked exception. The studio version is just plain boring, but this has life and zip and energy and sheer brio. 8 from the rockin' Nottingham jury.
 
Perhaps the studio version seems boring by today's standards or because we've all heard it so often, but it was anything but boring when released in 1964.
just bad ass
 Krist wrote:
What is the added value of this messy live version?
 
142.  Or 89 metric.
 Krist wrote:
What is the added value of this messy live version?
 
Hum .......100% :)
This live version is a no go for me.... I love the original studio version and wish I could hear it here...
What is the added value of this messy live version?
 Figure wrote:
I'm here for years, but hearing this I thought I tuned to a wrong station

 
Go Figure?
Rock-N-Roll{#Drummer}{#Bananajam}{#Boohoo}
ROCK OF AGES!!{#Guitarist}
Ahh, memories......... > 10+
AWESOME
I'm here for years, but hearing this I thought I tuned to a wrong station
 1wolfy wrote:
 not me..sounds like the Ramones .. generic  dkwalika wrote:
Like the sped-up vibe!

 

 
The song was 30 years old at the time of the recording (nearly 50 at the time of your comment).  What is "generic" to you now was quite revolutionary when the song was written. 

Also, I'm sure you meant to infer that The Ramones sound like The Kinks as they were the progenitors of Punk (which also was not considered "generic" in its time).
wow, great live version, pure heavy metal
Excuse me while i get my air guitar out. 
 not me..sounds like the Ramones .. generic  dkwalika wrote:
Like the sped-up vibe!

 


This is fun stuff.

{#Bananajam}

That was HUGE.

 

Great version.


AWESOME!!!! 10++++{#Bananajam}{#Bananajam}{#Drummer}
Love live Kinks.  Got to see them a few times.  A shamelessly fun time.

I've always liked the studio version of this better. It had more impact. This just has all the recklessness of when a kid is banging around on the piano and not really playing.

 


Just working along and then this comes on!  Time to rock!!!!
{#Bananajam}{#Dancingbanana_2}{#Bananasplit}{#Dancingbanana}{#Bananapiano}  
 I wanna be a rock n roll star.
Normally, studio versions of a song sound better than live ones, but this is a marked exception. The studio version is just plain boring, but this has life and zip and energy and sheer brio. 8 from the rockin' Nottingham jury.
 motorichi wrote:

Do I hear Gene Simmons?



 
No you don't. This is brilliant.
Maybe not the best version, but I have to give it a 9, just because...this is rock n roll
Wish Van Halen had covered this one, would've been fantastic.
Meh... 6 at best for me. I love the studio version, but this...ummm.. Nah
Gosh, I love this song.  High school dances at the YMCA after basketball games.  Played at least 3 times a night.
Michigan City: 1966 Indiana High School State Basketball Champions — Go Red Devils!
Great jam!
Must...Not...Air...Guitar.  GAHHH!!! Can't help it!
tight!
The original was GODLIKE!  A seminal song (got mine rising when was 16).
 daedalus wrote:
The seminal version of this chord sequence which became the backbone of so many rock songs to follow.
  EXACTLY!


 BijouBijou wrote:
I detest this live version. No, no, no. 
 
you must be fun at parties.
How fun!  Great fodder for a live version ...
Los Straightjackets kill on this one.
I detest this live version. No, no, no. 
9->10 Ah... does it mean I'm old when I say things like, "Wow.. now back in the day.. those were rock concerts"  I remember coming home and my feet hurting, my legs sore from dancing, my ears ringing, unable to speak for a week because I sang the entire night.....

Wow.. those were the days.....

Says a 46 year old moving uphill! 
The seminal version of this chord sequence which became the backbone of so many rock songs to follow.
This song still rocks!
Kicking! Awesome.
 drews wrote:
Tortured (strangled?) version in the style of the Stranglers
 
And that's bad?  I haven't heard "Hanging Around" on PR lately.

Another good live version.

For me, I'll always remember the "One more for the Road" cut.

Time and place and all that...
 helgigermany wrote:
Very nice!!
 

LOVE YOU - "HELGI"...
I am not the first, neither the last to ask....

IS THERE MORE THAN A 10...?

Rock 'n Roll will never die!!!!{#Bananapiano} 

Tortured (strangled?) version in the style of the Stranglers

Do I hear Gene Simmons?


How about playing the title track from this CD?
"To the Bone" is a great cut! 

 zogma wrote:
Awesome!  One of those very rare times a live cut outshines the studio version.  Love the raw energy.
 
{#Guitarist}
 Excelsior wrote:


By a mediocre, overrated band.
 

Spot on Jimmy!{#Clap}{#Yes}
Never really like the Kinks and definitely not this song!{#Stop}
Klassic Kinks!

Very nice!!
Awesome!  One of those very rare times a live cut outshines the studio version.  Love the raw energy.
GODLIKE... Godlike I say!!
I have never heard this hot-as-hell version - thanks for playing it!
 Bleyfusz wrote:
Excuse me?
 
You're excused. {#Roflol} But you are right, I did forget to say imho.

 peter_james_bond wrote:
One of the few times when the recorded live version beats the original recording. {#Guitarist}
 
Excuse me?

When this song starts, it sounds like all Hell is breaking loose....I love it! {#Guitarist} {#Drummer}
 Excelsior wrote:
By a mediocre, overrated band.
 
{#Clap}

 HarrO wrote:
That was way tasty!!!!!!

And people, once again I'm gonna have to say it. Please stop re-posting Excelsior. He's been gone a long time now. Thanks.

 

...but he will live forever in our hearts....   {#Evil}

 dkwalika wrote:
Like the sped-up vibe!
 

   (I would have liked to have heard Jimi vamp this up.)

Like the sped-up vibe!
That was way tasty!!!!!!

And people, once again I'm gonna have to say it. Please stop re-posting Excelsior. He's been gone a long time now. Thanks.

 25demayo wrote:
 
Have to use your band,my emoticongroup is currently on vacation,hope you don't mind!
 Excelsior wrote:
By a mediocre, overrated band.
 
This guy just slays me! {#Clap}
One of the few times when the recorded live version beats the original recording. {#Guitarist}
Oh Yeah!  Bueno, bueno..........bueno!{#Dancingbanana_2}
{#Drummer}{#Bananajam}{#Dancingbanana_2}

That about says it.
The recorded version of this song bores me- but live it's rockin'!{#Smile}
Excelsior wrote:
By a mediocre, overrated band.
do your homework kids...
aronson wrote:
An awful version of a mediocre song.
By a mediocre, overrated band.
WonderLizard wrote:
Aside from your need for gratification, was this a positive or negative comment about the song?
very positive comment, very gratified :biggrin:
Sorry, no sprechen. crazyossi wrote:
How boring is this ??!!! It's even more boring than the original tape !
federico wrote:
RATM, suck my ****!
Aside from your need for gratification, was this a positive or negative comment about the song?
This kicks butt big time - listen and learn all you young pretenders - this is what live music sounds like!!! :notworthy:
Great song :cowboy:
RIP IT, RAY!!!!
Did I hear something similar to "Day-O" a la Belafonte in the audience participation portion? Yikes. I didn't need to hear this today, sorry.
i like this better than the album cut. live cuts were generally poorly recorded back then. did i mention i love this?
Pharlap wrote:
I believe some consider this (the original. of course) to be the first heavy metal song
You're joking.
An awful version of a mediocre song.
I believe some consider this (the original. of course) to be the first heavy metal song
How boring is this ??!!! It's even more boring than the original tape !
Wow! These guys sound like they're having a blast. Awesome!
SWEET! :dancingbanana_2: :bananajam: :dancingbanana: :dance: :jump: :wink: :music:
:dancingbanana: :guitarist: :drummer: :bananajam: :dancingbanana: first time i've heard this live version...rawktastic
RATM, suck my ****!
Even if you don't particularly like this song or the genre of rock (there are some) at all, this is what will sell you on the whole deal. Amazing.
Can't-beat-it guitar crunch on this version. Upstairs neighbors will probably be darkening my doorway any sec now..
smackiepipe wrote:
Gawd, what a butt-kickin' version.
perfect description. :guitarist:
In what year was this recorded? I'm impressed.
yeah! Bill thanks daddy!....*jammin*
Gawd, what a butt-kickin' version.
Awesome set this morning.
Ah. Music I grew up with - Beatles, Stones, Kinks - what a lucky time to be so young and impressionable! I remember seeing them do this on Ed Sullivan....my parents hated it (and of course didn\'t understand what was happening with this loud music and the long hair!). Great to hear this live version! :cool:
....YEAH, YEAH!!!!! :guitarist:
Wow. Great version. Live can be soo cool.
This F****** ROCKS!!!!! :drummer:
tapatia wrote:
:guitarist: :drummer: :guitarist: Even better live than studio!
YES!!!! :bananasplit: :bananajumprope: :dancingbanana: :dancingbanana_2:
Pretty amazing.
Rockin'.