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Thursday, April 8, 2010

Fan Asks The Kinks To "Do It Again"

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What motivates a man to go on a mission? How about a mid-life crisis and possibly losing your job. A few years back, journalist Geoff Edgers was approaching 40 and faced the very real possibility of being laid-off from the financially troubled, Boston Globe. So, he did what any self-respecting music fan would do. He set out to reunite one of his all-time favorite bands, The Kinks.  Edgers documents his journey in the new film, “Do It Again.”


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  • http://www.petertobiaphotographer.com Peter Tobia

    This is brillant and very creative! I laughed out load. Hey if you need a photographer, let me know.

  • Abby

    We recently uncovered the Ray Davies “Storyteller” CD from our library and over the last few years, bought a ton of Kinks music. It was always great stuff, but now it almost seems better than I remembered. This was a great interview and I can’t wait to see the film.

  • Tony Fulton

    Just saw Ray in Denver couple weeks ago . Check Pollstar and go ! He used opening act after acoustic set to do some Kinks songs , really great .

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