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The Wow Kafé - Over Kansas flac album
Title:
Over Kansas
Performer:
The Wow Kafé
Style:
Indie Rock
Released:
FLAC album size:
1157 mb
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Rating:
4.5 ✪

In 2000, Moller formed instrumental guitar band with Bill Wright. Their 2001 Over Kansas EP featured Moller on lead guitar on "Who Shall Apologise To The Emperor", a song "NME" described as "utterly ace". Moller released his first solo single, Maximum Smile, on the German label Felicite in 2003. Moller's debut album, Speak When I'm Spoken To, was released in December 2006 on Book Club Records. It featured appearances from Belle & Sebastian members Stevie Jackson and Bobby Kildea, as well as Gary Thom (The Moondials, Astrid), Zac Ware (The Proclaimers touring member), Bill Wright (The Wow Kafe), Ulric Kennedy (Golden Dawn), Stef La Batteur (Meth . The Wow Kafe, Twin Atlantic), Warren Macintyre (The Moondials, The Ducks). Craig Laurie (The Starlets), Ronan Breslin (Hardbody, The Ducks) and Sporting Hero.

Kansas is the debut studio album by American progressive rock band Kansas, released in 1974 by Kirshner in the United States and Epic Records in other countries. Kansas's debut album followed the merging of two Topeka musical camps: Kerry Livgren, from a previous Kansas line-up, and White Clover, which played mainstream rock and blues. The newly formed group signed with Kirshner Records in 1973 and traveled to New York to record their first release.

Power is the tenth studio album by American rock band Kansas, released in 1986. It was the band's first studio album for MCA Records. A year and a half after Kansas disbanded at the end of the Drastic Measures tour, former lead singer Steve Walsh returned to revive Kansas along with original band members Phil Ehart and Rich Williams

Liste der Bands Hard Rock Kansas Kansas. Erscheinungsdatum März 1974. Labels Kirshner Sony BMG Music Entertainment. Musik GenreHard Rock. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen73. Re-Issue in 2004 by Sony BMG with 1 bonustrack. 1. Can I Tell You. 03:34.

The album was reissued in remastered format on CD in 2008. Recorded over the course of the band's three previous tours in 1977 and 1978, it was Kansas' first live album. It was certified Gold and then Platinum shortly after its release. One single, "Lonely Wind," was released from the album. It received a reasonable amount of airplay and rose to on the pop charts.

Symphonic Prog Kansas. Other productions from Kansas. The Prelude Implicit. Somewhere to Elsewhere.

Recorded over the course of the band's three previous tours in 1977 and 1978, it was Kansas' first live album. One single, "Lonely Wind", was released from the album. It received a reasonable amount of airplay and rose to on the pop charts

Kansas have a new album due out on Sept 23rd called ‘The Prelude Implicit’. They released some clips and a new track over the last few weeks and they sound like classic Kansas. They are also getting ready to go on tour for the 40th anniversary of ‘Leftoverture’, their breakthrough album from 1976. They followed that album with another monster ‘Point of Know Return. So we put two of these classic Kansas albums to the test. Which one do you like better? Kansas leftoverture point of know return progressive rock the prelude implicit.

Tracklist

A Who Shall Apologise To The Emperor
B1 Night Apples Over Kansas
B2 Stryke Out