Song for America [Expanded]

Song for America [Expanded]

by Kansas

CD(Expanded / Remastered / Bonus Tracks)

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Product Details

Release Date: 02/01/2008
Label: Sbme Special Mkts.
UPC: 0886972400426
catalogNumber: 724004
Rank: 18839

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Kansas   Primary Artist
Kerry Livgren   Guitar,Piano,Rhythm Guitar,Moog Synthesizer,ARP,Arp Strings
Steve Walsh   Organ,Piano,Vocals,ARP,scat
Phil Ehart   Drums,Glockenspiel,Gong,Moog Drum
Dave Hope   Bass Guitar
Robbie Steinhardt   Violin,Vocals
Rich Williams   Acoustic Guitar,Electric Guitar,Rhythm Guitar
Food Alright And The Wines   Hand Clapping

Technical Credits

Kerry Livgren   Composer
Steve Walsh   Composer
Phil Ehart   Composer
Jeff Glixman   Producer,Reissue Producer,Audio Production
Wally Gold   Producer,Audio Production
Peter Granet   Producer
Dave Hope   Composer
Don Kirshner   Composer
Ed Lee   Art Direction
Howard Fritzson   Art Direction
Jeff Magid   Reissue Producer
Bret Adams   Liner Notes
R. Williams   Composer
Abe Vélez   Packaging Manager
Peter Lloyd   Cover Painting

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Song for America 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
what did you get if you mix a cross between charlie daniels southern rock and yes- like proggresive rock? kansas! don't listen to what the skeptics from the net reveiwing game get you down! clap your hands to the beat of the song down the road. marvel at the amazement of the prog rock epics like song for america and the lamplight symphony. lonely street and the devil game are tough rockers and finally incomudro is the longest by kansas standards epic. this one gets more than 5 it is a ten!.
Guest More than 1 year ago
What a masterpiece of modern music..Rock and roll blended with intelligent lyrics and beautiful arangements..Take a Saturday afternoon..your favorite beverage and a quite place to listen from start to finish, and enjoy this thought provoking album..Brought to you only as Kansas can do..Carry on, men, carry on..Wish there were more bands out there like you.