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4.22 | 65 ratings

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4 stars Finaly I've puted my hand on this one, wanted for many years, so this month I've puted in my DVD and the ride begun...... Recorded in Atlanta in 2002 , Kansas is captured here in a great form, great performance by this awesome band, even all members are in age over 50 they've done a great job here. A real solid live set here, each piece is wisely chosen to give a spectaculat concert. With a relatively small crowd, Kansas manage to bring with a fantastic show here, each musician dekivers the best, specially I like a lot the performance of Phil Ehart, after so many years on the road and touring still very precice and very confident on what he das. What I like here aswell is that the band doesn't bring together with the music , the tones of lightning and special effects, is just them and strictly necesar lights, a good thing if you ask me. They had here a great list, they cover almost entire career 'till then , even the most unsuccesful albums from early '80's, couple of pieces, left aside are Monolith, Audio Visions and Power, the rest from each album somthing to offer. Excellent Song for America here, the fabulous Howlin' at the Moon, Portriat/Pinnacle or Icarus are brilliantly puted in this context. What else, a great DVD , that needs for sure 4 stars. Great band, great albums, they are one of the most influencial bands ever in prog rock zone and not only. Respect
b_olariu | 4/5 |


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