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Phil Earhart

How my soul cries out for you

underrated

this was a very solid album and its time for a remaster and some additional tracks, such as on the previous studio releases. this was the band's first album following the double live "two for the show", and the music was worth the additional wait. a rockin' tour as well--great laser light show, i'll never forget. kansas was in its high energy zone on this tour. i remember the show opening with "away from you" with steve walsh going vertical on his arp synthesizer. hard to believe its been over 30 years. so lets see a reissued anniversary edition...

no other reviews? really?

a little less than the beginning

I was one of the few that was there at the beginning for Kansas. I bought the first album (Kansas) and played until the grooves wore out. Then bought an 8-track tape and
played it forever in my old car. Then Song for America and Masque came out within a few months of each other - BOTH EXCELLENT !!! Then Leftoverture - with Carry On
Wayward Son and everyone jumped on the band wagon. Point of no Return was the big hit along with Dust in the Wind and I moved on to other more interesting and non-
commercial sounding material. Monolith had a few good cuts and I remember hoping that Kansas would return to their original sound - but alas - no.

Biografía

Fecha de formación: Topeka, KS, 1970

Género: Rock

Años de actividad: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Fusing the complexity of British prog rock with an American heartland sound representative of their name, Kansas were among the most popular bands of the late '70s; though typically dismissed by critics, many of the group's hits remain staples of AOR radio playlists to this day. Formed in Topeka in 1970, the founding members of the group — guitarist Kerry Livgren, bassist Dave Hope, and drummer Phil Ehart — first played together while in high school; with the 1971 addition of classically...
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