How My Soul Cries Out For You - Kansas (2) - Monolith (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. * FEATURES CLASSIC KANSAS HITS "PEOPLE OF THE SOUTHWIND" "HOW MY SOUL CRIES FOR YOU" "REASON TO BE" & "ON THE OTHER SIDE" * KANSAS ON TOUR In , superstars Kansas delivered one of their finest albums in their extensive catalog with the stellar prog-classic “Monolith”.
  2. Livgren can't be saddled with all the blame, however. When he turns the writing over to Steve Walsh, the band starts sounding like Black Sabbath ("How My Soul Cries Out for You," Monolith's production extravaganza). It wouldn't take a miracle or a Great Plains twister to bring Kansas back to earth, though. Just a little old-fashioned humility.
  3. The tracks “On the Other Side”, "Angels Have Fallen" and "How My Soul Cries Out for You" are good examples of the great music the band recorded for this album. Kansas became popular during the s with hits like "Carry On Wayward Son" and "Dust in the Wind". Besides their well-known ballads, they also recorded some impressive progressive.
  4. Released: May, Recorded: January - April, Genre: Progressive rock Length: Label: Kirshner Legacy/Epic Producer: Kansas Monolith is the sixth.
  5. Reason To Be. Stay Out Of Trouble. Away From You. How My Soul Cries Out For You. Angels Have Fallen. People Of The South Wind. On The Other Side. Cat: FRIM
  6. A new version of the album, titled Playlist: Kaw, featured "No One Together" instead of "How My Soul Cries Out for You". Although this was Kansas' third straight studio album to hit the Billboard Top 10, its sales were slow compared to the previous releases, and its one Top 40 hit, "People of the South Wind" enjoyed only brief popularity/5(27).
  7. "Monolith" af Kansas - LP (LP VINYL). På engelsk. Genre: Rock. Udgivet 27/3. Vejer g. American progressive rock band Kansas' sixth studio album Monolith was their third straight studio album to hit the Billboard Top 10 in the US. Just like on their previous recordings you'll find an extra amount of superb drumming and bass playing. They created some superlative, spiritual music that fuses.
  8. Monolith, an Album by Kansas. Released in May on Kirshner (catalog no. FZ ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Progressive Rock. Featured peformers: Steve Walsh (vocals, keyboards), Kerry Livgren (guitar, keyboards), Robby Steinhardt (vocals, violin), Dave Hope (bass), Rich Williams (guitar), Phil Ehart (drums, percussion), Kansas (producer), Brad Aaron (engineer), Davey Moire (engineer), Steve.
  9. How my soul cries out for you To many places we once knew To many faces, still no clue How my soul cries out for you I didn't think I needed you when I got out on my own Dead set on having my way I was convinced that I was right and you were wrong Then I .

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