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9 thoughts on “ Kansas (2) - Point Of Know Return / Paradox (Vinyl)

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Goldisc Pressing Vinyl release of Point Of Know Return on Discogs. Label: Kirshner - JZ ,Kirshner - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album Goldisc Pressing • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Prog Rock, Classic Rock5/5(1).
  2. Feb 20,  · 12 videos Play all Point of Know Return - Kansas (Full Album HQ) Jordan Mason Chicago - Live In New York "Private Sessions" (FULL) - Duration: All .
  3. Point Of Know Return Paradox Icarus • Borne On Wings Of Steel Portrait (He Knew) Carry On Wayward Son Journey From Mariabronn Dust In The Wind (Acoustic Guitar Solo) (Piano Solo) Lonely Wind Mysteries And Mayhem Excerpt From Lamplight Symphony The Wall Closet Chronicles Magnum Opus. Kansas - Two For The Show collectible vinyl lp record album.
  4. The band is in peak form and also churned out the single "Point of Know Return," which is still played daily on classic rock stations. While their pop-oriented approach and standard rock guitar sound helped define the classic rock sound of the '70s, careful listening reveals that this band's talent goes beyond colleagues such as Bachman-Turner Brand: Epic.
  5. Paradox Lyrics: I'm on fire / Burning with the question in my mind / Strange desire / Seems there's nothing else for me to find / 'Cause I've been here, and I've been there / Seems like I've been.
  6. Point of Know Return is the fifth studio album by American rock band Kansas, released in The album was reissued in remastered format on CD in The album's title (along with that of the title track) is a play on "point of no return".
  7. Jun 12,  · In , KANSAS followed-up the success of “Leftoverture” by releasing the “Point of Know Return” album. That vinyl disc contained the smash hit and million-selling single “Dust in the Wind,” along with the often requested “Portrait He Knew”, “Closet Chronicles” and “Paradox”.
  8. Feb 12,  · Friday Music Point of Know Return review A couple weeks ago I finally took the plunge and ordered a Friday Music Point of Know Return g vinyl pressing from Elusive Disc. The first copy I received was fairly warped and had some unacceptable surface noise on side two.
  9. This is the definitive Kansas recording and includes their most famous tune, "Dust in the Wind." The band is in peak form and also churned out the single "Point of Know Return," which is still played daily on classic rock stations.

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