By 1970 the Kinks were back at the top of the charts when 'Lola' from their Lola Versus Powerman and the Money-Go-Round album broke into the top ten. Then, in staying in the general penis theme, Ray Davies outdid himself again for Percy, recorded just a few weeks later. But Percy was not just any Kinks album, it was the soundtrack to a film about the world's first penis transplant. One would think that with such intriguing subject matter and such strangely beautiful material Percy would be one of the band's better known works, but alas it is what has been often called 'one of the great lost Kinks' albums' and the missing link between Arthur and Preservation. UK issue housed in LP-style jacket.
item # 17447