Where Have All the Good Times Gone" is a song written by Ray Davies and performed by the Kinks. It was released as the B-side to "Till the End of the Day," and then on their album The Kink Kontroversy (1965 UK, 1966 US). Ray Davies said, "We'd been rehearsing 'Where Have All the Good Times Gone' and our tour manager at the time, who was a lot older than us, said, 'That's a song a 40-year-old would write. I don't know where you get that from
Vanity Fare 1968 The Sun, The Wind, And Other Things 25-You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'. mp3 12-Nowhere To G. p3 07-Our. 11-Where Did All The Good Times G. p3. 19-Making For The Su. 03-(I Remember) Summer Morning. 06-Early In The Morning. 04-Waiting For The Nightfall. 08-Four Strong Winds.
Vanity Fare - Where Did All The Good Times Go (DJM) 1971. Vanity Fare - At The End Of The Pier. Vanity Fare - You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'. Vanity Fare -- Man Child.
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|DJS 234||Vanity Fare||Where Did All The Good Times Go (7", Single)||DJM Records||DJS 234||UK||1971|
|8E 006 92 592 M||Vanity Fare||Where Did All The Good Times Go / Stand (7", Single)||DJM Records||8E 006 92 592 M||Portugal||1971|
|70,024||Vanity Fare||Where Did All The Good Times Go (7", Single, Promo)||DJM Records||70,024||US||Unknown|