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Ray Davies' second solo album is out on October 29

Kinks star to release solo album next month
The Kinks former frontman Ray Davies will release his new solo album, ‘Working Man’s Café’, on October 29.

The album is the star’s second album, following 2006’s ‘Other People’s Lives’.

The album features 12 songs and was recorded in Nashville at the start of 2007. Track titles include ‘Vietnam Cowboys’, ‘Imaginary Man’, ‘One More Time’, ‘You’re Asking Me’, ‘In A Moment’, ‘Voodoo Walk’ and ‘Where Is The Real World?’.

Davies has not yet announced whether he will play live dates to accompany the release of the album.

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