Rolling Stone #811

Lilys
The 3-Way


There have been all sorts of Kinks obsessives over the years; rockers from Alex Chilton to Pulp have admired the Konfused Ones for their saucy Englishness and scores of sturdy tunes. But on The 3 Way, Lilys leader Kurt Heasley moves from simple hero worship into some sort of aural stalking. Check out the fake accents, harmonizing and guitar-organ purr of "Dimes Make Dollars"; Ray Davies hasn't been jacked like this since the Jam covered "David Watts." "Socs Hip" and "The Generator" have a sprightly, crafted bounce, but if you've never heard the glories of Something Else and Village Green Preservation Society, well, your choice is clear.
JOE GROSS

 

| HOME | NEWS | DISCOGRAPHY | PRESS | FAQ | LYRICS |

| IMAGES | GUITAR TAB | SOUND | MISC | LINKS |

Please email your comments, suggestions and submissions. Thanks!

| Copyright 1999 | [email protected] | Brian Rodriguez |

 

 

 

This page hosted by GeoCities Get your own Free Home Page

Hosted by www.Geocities.ws

1