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Point Of Know Return

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Kansas: Steve Walsh (vocals, piano, celeste, organ, synthesizer, vibraphone, percussion); Kerry Livgren (acoustic & electric guitars, piano, Clavinet, synthesizer, percussion); Rick Williams (acoustic & electric guitars); Robby Steinham (violin, viola, cello, background vocals); Dave Hope (autoharp, bass); Phil Ehart (drums, timpani, percussion, chimes). Producer: Jeff Glixman. Reissue producers: Jeff Glixman, Jeff Magid. Engineers: Jeff Glixman, Terry Diane Baker. Recorded at Woodland Sound, Nashville, Tennessee and Studio In The Country, Bogalusa, Louisiana in 1977. Includes liner notes by Jeff Glixman. All tracks have been digitally remastered. Personnel: Robby Steinhardt (vocals, violin, viola); Steve Walsh (vocals, piano, celesta, organ, synthesizer, percussion); Kerry Livgren (acoustic guitar, electric guitar, piano, Clavinet, synthesizer, percussion); Rich Williams (acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Phil Ehart (drums, timpani, percussion, gong, chimes). Liner Note Authors: Jeff Glixman; David Wild. Recording information: Studio In The Country, Bogalusa, LA (06/1977); Woodland Sound STudios, Nashville (06/1977); Studio In The Country, Bogalusa, LA (07/1977); Woodland Sound STudios, Nashville (07/1977). Illustrator: Peter Lloyd . Photographer: Neal Preston. Arranger: Kansas. The high point of Kansas's long career, 1977's POINT OF KNOW RETURN found the American heartlanders finally striking the perfect balance between complex prog-rock, hard-hitting heavy guitar work, and crafty pop sensibilities. This is perhaps best exemplified by the title cut, a sparkling tune full of jaunty interaction between piano and violin that moves unerringly through some tricky musical maneuvers, while remaining engagingly catchy and accessible. The electrifying riffs that fly around in "Lightning's Hand" and "The Spider" show that the knack for tunes like the previous album's classic "Carry On Wayward Son" had not deserted Kansas. At the same time, thoughtful (but not saccharine) b