I saw them once, like 5 years ago, it was a nice bit of nostalgia and singalong. I think they've been playing a straight greatest hits, with the same couple of deep cuts, for like… two decades (guess you can't call them deep cuts anymore, then!). They're a bit like their own tribute band. But the voices are there, the songs are superb, their bound and friendship are palpable, and Gerry Beckley remains a tremendous musician. Thanks to @ajsmith, I'm enjoying the better versions of the Kinks videos. They really made some great stuff in this area, especially in the eighties. Ray was indeed thinking visual. As far the Sorentinos' tune, it's nice, though someone should tell them that on this Thread, every day is Ray Davies Day. Thanks to @donstemple for making note of the fact Dave does the I'm Not Like Everybody Else signature/Zorro riff while Ray doesn't. Always love those astute tidbits observations, they tell a lot about how these guys' minds work and how they've managed to share (and now curate) their combined legacy with courteous respect. It's like two divorced parents that don't always get along too well but still know how to behave decently for all things regarding their children. "You take them this week-end, I'll get them the next, no problem!" And they don't fight over "properties" either. "You get the riff, Dave. No, no, I insist, it's yours!"