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Label: Sony Records (Japan)
Catalog Number: SRCS 6296
|1.||Schemer-Dreamer/That's All Right||5:26|
|2.||Get Too Far||4:32|
|3.||So Many Nights||4:24|
|4.||You Think You Got It Made||4:22|
|5.||Every Step of the Way||8:36|
|6.||Just How It Feels||3:43|
|7.||Wait Until Tomorrow||6:02|
|Total Running Time:||37:05|
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|From: koogles||Date: January 1, 2002 at 14:21|
|How much you like this CD depends largely on how much you like Kansas. These kind of albums only get released because record companies know that a large, pre-established fan base will show it unconditional love. Point being: this album is not great, but the Steve Walsh name automatically appoints it a level of collectibility. Musically, it sounds like a bunch of undercooked ideas that weren't Kansas-worthy enough. At least Walsh's "Glossolalia" (from 2000) has a sense of adventure.|
|From: glide||Date: October 6, 2003 at 23:27|
|This album was Steve Walsh's attempt to create the ratings blockbuster that he felt would not be coming out of Kansas as Kerry Livgren and Dave Hope of Kansas got more heavily into their spiritual awakening. While Kansas was exploring deep philosophical issues, Walsh tried to appeal to the man in the street with simple, hard-rocking tunes. The result was a lot of fun and a very enjoyable album. Kansas fans will enjoy "Every Step of the Way" more after they have read the dedication from the back|
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