I've read pretty much everything from the last 222 pages, but it's 'Days' that really makes me want to say something, although I can add nothing more than anyone has already said. It's top-tier Kinks, and one of very few that I guess will still be played/sung 50 years from now. It's a universal theme we can all relate to at some level. Loss. I'd suggest it is now one of the best known Kinks songs in the UK, up there with Waterloo Sunset and a handful of others. The Glastonbury version by Ray was very soon after the death of Pete Quaife, so it must have held a special poignancy at that time for him. We have this 1991 version of the song on the 1991 five-track 'Did Ya' EP. It wasn't released in the UK, so I remember going to great lengths at the time to get hold of a copy. I just wish Ray had re-done the couple of 'days' vocals at the 2.00 minute mark. They just jar a bit.