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Kansas [Limited Edition Vinyl]

Kansas [Limited Edition Vinyl]

Artist: Kansas

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Kansas [Limited Edition Vinyl]
Kansas [Limited Edition Vinyl]

Artist: Kansas
1. Can I Tell You
2. Bringing It Back
3. Lonely Wind
4. Belexes
5. Journey From Mariabronn
6. The Pilgrimage
7. Apercu
8. Death Of Mother Nature

Format: Vinyl
Rel. Date: 03/11/2014
UPC: 829421328179

More Info:

1974 debut album featuring the stunning line-up of SteveWalsh on keys and lead vocals, Phil Ehart on drums, Kerry Livgren playing the lead guitar, Robby Steinhardt on violin and lead vocals and Dave Hope on bass. This 180 gram vinyl reissue was mastered impeccably by Joe Reagoso at Friday Music Studios and Capitol Mastering and pressed at RTI as part of the Kansas reissue series in honor of Kansas' 40th year anniversary.

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