Kansas – Leftoverture Live & Beyond [Live] (2017) 320 kbps

Kansas - Leftoverture Live & Beyond [Live] (2017) 320 kbps

Genre: Progressive Rock / Classic Rock
Country: USA
Quality: MP3 CBR 320 kbps


01. Icarus II
02. Icarus (Borne on Wings of Steel)
03. Point Of Know Return
04. Paradox
05. Journey from Mariabronn
06. Lamplight Symphony
07. Dust in the Wind
08. Rhythm in the Spirit
09. The Voyage of Eight Eighteen
10. Section 60
11. Carry On Wayward Son (edit)
12. The Wall
13. What’s on My Mind
14. Miracles Out of Nowhere
15. Opus Insert
16. Questions of My Childhood
17. Cheyenne Anthem
18. Magnum Opus
19. Portrait (He Knew)


1 Response

  1. -= Sisters of Mercy =- says:

    On November 3, American progressive rock / AOR band KANSAS will release a new album, “Leftoverture Live and Beyond”, featuring nineteen songs selected from twelve shows recorded during Kansas’ Spring 2017 Leftoverture 40th Anniversary Tour.
    The track listing touches on the band’s legendary hits, fan favorites, new songs from their 2016 album The Prelude Implicit and deep cuts.

    Disc 1 features rarely played treats like ‘Lamplight Symphony’ and a personal favourite, ‘Icarus II’. Ronnie Platt is a worthy successor to original vocalist Steve Walsh and he sings an emotional ‘Dust In The Wind’.
    Good see to some songs off 2016′s excellent ‘The Prelude Implicit’ make the setlist, including ‘Rhythm Of The Spirit’.

    The second disc sees the band play the entire ‘Leftoverture’ album and what a treat that must have been for fans lucky enough to see and hear it performed.
    Kansas do a sterling version of ‘Carry On My Wayward Son’ – Phil Ehart is all over the song with his drumming and percussion. Mention to David Ragsdale and his stunning violin playing that helps recreate the original album’s sound.

    Other highlights (to be fair the whole darn album is a highlight) include ‘Miracles Out Of Nowhere’, where Platt’s vocals work in tandem with Billy Greer, now one of the band’s longest serving members after original founders Ehart and Rich Williams.
    Then of course there is ‘Magnum Opus’, which the band recreate in all its original ’70s pomp and glory. Very impressive it has to be said.

    “Leftoverture Live and Beyond” is a terrific recording, very well captured with a live vibe but extremely polished, at places sounding like astudio recording.
    Kansas 2017 feels incredibly tight, confident, and all musicians find their moment to shine.
    This 2-CD digipak is a ‘must have’ for Kansas fans and shows that the current line-up have plenty of music left in them yet.
    Highly Recommended

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