Larry Page, Kinks manager in the 60's, tried to copy what Andrew Loog Oldham did with the Rolling Stones and recorded instrumental versions of Kinks songs by unknown musicians including Kinks members.

The original came out in 1965 on UK Decca, nobody bought it and, thus, it became an instant collectors item.

It is reported that only a couple of hundred were pressed and so this edition is also quite collectable among Kinks fans.

There's a certain Swinging London background music verve to some of the stuff, though, aided by contributions from some of the day's leading session musicians, including guitarists Jimmy Page and Big Jim Sullivan, and bassist John Paul Jones. 

"Ev'rybody's Gonna Be Happy" has a brief, cooking guitar solo that most likely is the work of a young Jimmy Page.