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Tarcisio Moura
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3 stars A very good performance by the (almost) classic line up of Kansas, who had briefly reunited after the Somewhere to Elsewhere sessions.. Of course Kerry Livgren is missing. Fortunatly Rich Williams is good enough guitarrist to hold things together through the whole show. Dave Hoep was a fine bassplayer, but so is Billy Greer. Besides, Greer has now a longer tenure in Kansas than Hope. Anyway, the band still can deliver the goods. Walsh does not have the same voide anymore, but heīs still a fine singer. The vocal harmonies are better now than ever, in fact, thanks to the added good voice of Greer.

The tracklist is very good, but could be a little better. The sound is excellent and the images are also fine. Like anyone else I wanted a state-of-art DVD of the original band in its heydey. I guess Device, Voice, Drum is the next best thing.

Essential for Kansas fans. For general prog heads itīs worth to get it, but hardly essential. 3,5 stars

Tarcisio Moura | 3/5 |


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