Kansas - Monolith (Red & Orange Swirl vinyl)
Kansas - Monolith (Red & Orange Swirl vinyl)
Kansas - Monolith (Red & Orange Swirl vinyl)
Kansas - Monolith (Red & Orange Swirl vinyl)
Kansas - Monolith (Red & Orange Swirl vinyl)
Kansas - Monolith (Red & Orange Swirl vinyl)
Kansas - Monolith (Red & Orange Swirl vinyl)
Kansas - Monolith (Red & Orange Swirl vinyl)
Kansas - Monolith (Red & Orange Swirl vinyl)
Kansas - Monolith (Red & Orange Swirl vinyl)

Kansas - Monolith (Red & Orange Swirl vinyl)

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Steve Walsh – keyboards, lead and backing vocals

Kerry Livgren – guitars, keyboards

Rich Williams – guitars

Robby Steinhardt – violin, backing vocals, lead vocals on "Angels Have Fallen," "How My Soul Cries Out for You," and "Stay Out of Trouble," anvil

Dave Hope – bass

Phil Ehart – drums

The O. K. Chorale – background vocals on "Angels Have Fallen"

 

1 LP, Gatefold Cover & Poster

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : Red & Orange Swirl

Speed : 33RPM

Size : 12”

Stereo

Studio

Record Press : RTI

Label : Friday Music

Original Label : Kirshner

Recorded at Axis Sound Studio, Atlanta, january - April 1979

Engineered & mixed by Brad Aaron, Davy Moire

Produced by Kansas

Remastered by Joe Reagoso

Originally released in 1979

Reissued in 2019

 

Tracks:

Side A :

  1. On The Other Side
  2. People Of The South Wind
  3. Angels Have Fallen
  4. How My Soul Cries Out For You

Side B :

  1. A Glimpse Of Home
  2. Away From You
  3. Stay Out Of Trouble
  4. Reason To Be

 

Reviews :

"By this release, Kansas had pretty much exhausted every aspect of their musical style. There is some fine playing here, but the band's success seemed to be having an effect on their integrity and judgment, given the penchant for pop songs and juvenile lyrics. The concept of the album, futuristic Indians with space helmets, doesn't help. Even though the chorus to "People of the South Wind" is catchy, the ridiculous keyboard melody that starts the song is shamefully aimed at FM radio. This release lacks effort and direction and is best left unexplored." AllMusic Review by Robert Taylor

 

Ratings :

AllMusic : 2 / 5 , Discogs : 3,8 / 5

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