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Artist: Kansas

Title: Two For The Show

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Category: Progressive Rock

Year: 1978

Label: Kirshner/ CBS/ Sony

Catalog Number: 35660

Personnel

Steve Walsh vocals, keyboards
Kerry Livgren guitars
Richard Williams guitars
Dave Hope bass
Robby Steinhardt vocals, violin
Phil Ehart drums

Tracks

1.  Song For America  7:31
2.  Point Of Know Return  3:07
3.  Paradox  4:09
4.  Icarus- Borne On Wings Of Steel  5:58
5.  Portrait (He Knew)  5:19
6.  Carry On Wayward Son  4:38
7.  Journey From Mariabronn  8:55
8.  Dust In The Wind acoustic guitar solo  6:19
9.  Lonely Wind piano solo  4:29
10.  Mysteries And Mayhem  4:01
11.  Excerpt From Lamplight Symphony  2:39
12.  The Wall  4:54
13.  Magnum Opus  11:18
  
Total Running Time:  73:17

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Rockhead Date: April 20, 2004 at 4:25
Classic live album form one of America's finest exports. If you are a fan, you will already own this, if you are not, then this Cd probably won't convert you. The live versions of Dust in the Wind, Icarus and Carry On Wayward Son are all awesome, but the album overall is of a very high quality.

From: Alejandro Date: May 7, 2004 at 12:36
Quizās el testamento del mejor momento de la banda en su historia. La prefecta conjuncciōn de la fuerza,la complejidad y el talento. Todos los mųsicos descollan,en especial Steve Walsh que se roba las palmas a lo largo del disco.Esta placa, esta a la altura de los čpicos discos en vivo de los 70.Ademās el track list es impecable, ya que todos los clāsicos de aquella čpoca estān aqui,en veriones absolutamente antolōgicas.10/10 . carro_martin2000@yahoo.com.ar

From: Julio Date: October 8, 2004 at 10:23
I have been purchasing many 70' live Cd' Bought this one, never heard, was not a KANSAS fan growing up. I listened mostly to hard rock and art rcok , plus progressive but no one I hung out with was into KANSAS. I do not know why. After listening to the Cd a few time I have grown to really like it, it is great to listen to while riding my bicycle, It remonds me ab it of the Jethro Tull LIVE CD "Bursting Out" Also very good. I recommend the KANSAS CD

From: Ale_Carro Date: June 27, 2006 at 12:21
Quizās el testamento del mejor momento de la banda en su historia. La prefecta conjuncciōn de la fuerza,la complejidad y el talento. Todos los mųsicos descollan,en especial Steve Walsh que se roba las palmas a lo largo del disco.Esta placa, esta a la altura de los čpicos discos en vivo de los 70.Ademās el track list es impecable, ya que todos los clāsicos de aquella čpoca estān aqui,en veriones absolutamente antolōgicas.10/10 . carro_martin2000@yahoo.com.ar

From: rick kerch vzla Date: November 26, 2016 at 11:03
Decent live album ...tracks 3,6 & 8 are my faves out of this live stuff...tracks 2,5,7 & 12 stand proud as well.80/100


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