Interesting that the review only covers the years 1964-1972 (+ 1975) thus all the "classic" Kinks songs. For some odd reason "Days" and "Celluloid Heroes" are missing.
Such an evaluation can of course never be complete but I would have liked the afore-mentioned songs to be mentioned in it too.
Furthermore the entire musical output of the group from 1973 to 1996 is neglected (with the exception of “Everybody’s A Star (Starmaker)") or not appreciated. The most emotionally powerful songs ever made by the Kinks from the 80's are not taken into account. As a matter of fact the whole decade is missing. The band has been active for more than three decades.
I think it is a matter of impossibility to come up with a genuine representative review bearing in mind the group's huge musical body of work.
Having said that the list of the best 15 Kinks songs was certainly made with the best intentions focusing heavily on their 60's output.
Last Edit: Jan 13, 2020 8:16:01 GMT -5 by martin53