Native Window is an American progressive rock spin-off band of the popular rock group Kansas. Native Window formed in 2008 as a Kansas side project. After their 1998 album Always Never the Same, /songwriter Steve Walsh decided that he was finished with his writing career for Kansas (he did release two solo albums before retiring from the group altogether in 2014: 2000's Glossolalia and 2005's Shadowman)
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Progressive Metal Native Window. Released date 16 November 2009.
Native Window is the self-titled debut album of American progressive rock band Native Window. It was released on June 23, 2009. The tracks on the album are all original material composed by the members of the band. The album came about soon after the band formed; it was because Steve Walsh, the lead singer for Kansas, would not write any new material. Phil Ehart, Rich Williams, Billy Greer, and David Ragsdale got together to write new songs, and released them under the Native Window name. Renee Mixon, Yvette Tilton, Shana Alverson, Rachel Williams, Lauren Williams, Stephanie Giraldo, Jamie Greene - vocals on track 2. Production. Steve Rawls - producer and arrangements with Native Windows. Jonathan Beckner - engineer. Jeff Glixman, Zak Rizvi - mixing. Phil Ehart, Rich Williams, Billy Greer and David Ragsdale got together to write new songs, and released them under the Native Window name. The song "An Ocean Away" was originally released by Billy Greer's band Seventh Key on their.
Native Window Studio album by Native Window Released June 23, 2009 Genre Progressive rock Length 41:20. Monolith (Kansas album) - For the Amebix album, see Monolith (Amebix album). For the Death Cube K album, see Monolith (Death Cube K album). Dust in the Wind (album) - Dust in the Wind File:Dust in the Wind album cover