All this Kinks material needs to be collected on a dynamite dvd set. These are some of the items I would like to see on it.
You Really Got Me (Beat Room), All Day And All Of The Night and a couple more (Shindig), See My Friends and Set Me Free (Europe or Sweden?), live set (Beat Beat Beat), Sunny Afternoon (A Whole Scene Going), Dead End Street (filmed promo), Dandy and Well Respected Man (Hollywood Palace?), Waterloo Sunset (Beat Club), Autumn Almanac (Top Of the Pops), Mr.Pleasant (Beat Club), Wonderboy (Top of the Pops), Starstruck (filmed promo), Last Of The Steam Powered Trains and Picture Book (Julie Felix), Days (Pop Go The Sixties), Plastic Man (Beat Club), Lola and Apeman, (Top of the Pops), Muswell Hillbilly (Beat Club). Doesn't it make your mouth water?
Autumn Almanac and Wonderboy appear on the Dutch BR Box set "Testament Van De Sixties", footage taken from Top of the Pops. As per usual the video quality is tops and the audio re-mastered. I received my box set yesterday, this box set is a must for any music connoisseur! As for a Kinks "Greatest Hits" DVD Bert van Breda at BR music is the man for the job, look at the Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich Greatest Hits DVD that came out of Holland, he managed to harvest just about every known European TV appearance the band made and the 1966 colour Pathe Newsreel footage for the DVD compilation.