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Henrik Nielsen - Release No. 13 - Soap Opera/All-Purpose Industry album

Henrik Nielsen  - Release No. 13 - Soap Opera/All-Purpose Industry album
Performer: Henrik Nielsen
Title: Release No. 13 - Soap Opera/All-Purpose Industry
Genre: Jazz / Funk - Soul / Screen
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 414
MP3 size: 1403 mb
FLAC size: 1216 mb


A1 Happy Opus #1
A2 Happy Opus #2
A3 Happy Opus #3
A4 Happy Opus #4
A5 Happy Opus #5
A6 Happy Opus #6
B1 Action Industry #1
B2 Action Industry #2
B3 Action Industry #3
B4 Action Industry #4
B5 Action Industry #5
B6 Action Industry #6

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Soap Opera or The Kinks Present a Soap Opera is a 1975 concept album by The Kinks. It is the thirteenth studio album by The Kinks. The material was initially developed for a Granada TV live teleplay in 1974, which was broadcast under the title Star Maker, starring Ray Davies and June Ritchie as the leads, with the Kinks providing live accompaniment. A Soap Opera adapted the same songs and plot to an audio presentation, with Ritchie in the same role

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Soap Opera, released on May 16, 1975, found Davies near the tail end of this theatrical phase – not that the egregious layers of horns, strings and backing vocalists would have given listeners any clue that Ray was just about done with this sort of thing. If the album feels like the soundtrack to something else, well, it kind of was. Soap Opera began life as a 1974 TV play called Starmaker, produced for Granada TV in the .

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