“The Thrill Of It All: A Visual History 1972–1982” – released 2006 on the Virgin label.
This chronologically sequenced two-disc set documents the band’s rock-as-art approach with concert, promo and television material. The live presentations are very interesting to watch as they show the evolution of the band in that decade.
HIGHLY recommended video viewing -- especially for the ladies :-[
My first KinKs concert was $8. Back then that was quite a bit for this student barley making $3 and hour -- part-time. Oh, those were the days my friends!
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Hey Me Old Mucker Blamo. My old man Lefty saw Alice Cooper in that tour as well. On stage he cut his head off with the magic Guillotine!' YIKES. Said one of the best shows ever. Was that Million Dollar Babies?