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DEVICE - VOICE - DRUM (DVD)

Kansas

 

Symphonic Prog

4.16 | 56 ratings

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Epignosis
Special Collaborator
Eclectic Prog Team
5 stars This product was recorded in Atlanta, Georgia with a relatively small crowd; I remember living in Georgia at the time and that I was wanting to go (it was around the time of my birthday), but I couldn't afford to do so. I consider it a lost opportunity. It was some consolation to be able to have in my possession the DVD of this show (and later on, the CD), as I would get to watch over and over again what I had missed out on. As expected, the music is fantastic, with some pieces that just blew my mind that they would play (like "Journey from Mariabronn"). With the picture in place, though, one gets the privilege of seeing these fine men do what they love to do, with passion and in spite of age. One gets the see the glorious choir on "The Preacher," and one can see the candlelit intimacy of "Dust in the Wind." In addition, the crowd seems overwhelmed with such an intimate show, almost as much a part of it as the band itself. I do consider the picture to be slightly grainier than it probably could be, but this is a fascinating look at a splendid band, in the prime of their golden years, so to speak- brilliant.
Epignosis | 5/5 |

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