Kinks vocalist/guitarist Ray Davies will have his "Other People's Lives" released February 7 via V2 Records
Adding numbers of bands' members who go solo, The Kinks vocalist/guitarist Ray Davies already played his first date in New York Monday night at the Supper Club as an individual performer. During the performance, he treated fans to six songs that will appear on his first solo album.
Greater than that, Davis' first ever solo album, tentatively titled "Other People's Lives," is slated for a February 7 release date via V2 Records. The set is said to consist of a main track dubbed "Thanksgiving Day," released last week on an EP of the same name.
In addition, the 26-song set also will carry such new tracks, as "After the Fall," "Next Door Neighbor," "The Tourist," "Things Are Gonna Change (The Morning After)" and "Stand Up Comic," which Davies sang as his alter ego, "Max." Want for more? Go and get the album.