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Kansas - Device-Voice-Drum (2003) DVD

14-09-2019, 09:30
2000 - 2010 | Music Videos | Concerts

Name: Kansas - Device-Voice-Drum
Year: 2003
Genre: Music Videos, Concerts, Prog Rock, Art Rock
Quality: DVD, MPEG2, 720x480, NTSC 4:3, 6800 kbps (6000 kbps-Bonus), 29.970 fps
Duration: 01:43:57 + 00:23:36
Total Size: 7 Gb
Audio: English, AC3, 48.0 KHz, 2ch, 224 kb/s / AC3, 48.0 KHz, 6ch, 448 kb/s

This exceptional DVD will convince you that the best American progressive rock band is still Kansas. Shot on Super-16mm film and digitally mastered, Device, Voice, Drum was recorded before an appreciative audience in Atlanta on June 15, 2002. The two-hour concert finds Kansas in peak form, the band members now in their 50s, with thicker waistlines (except for trim vocalist-keyboardist Steve Walsh) and sounding better than ever in pristine 5.1-channel Dolby. "Just because they call you a dinosaur band doesn't mean you can't rock," says violinist Robby Steinhardt in the DVD's bonus interviews, and the group backs those words with a high-precision set of ballads and epic anthems. "The Preacher" includes a full choir; "Dust in the Wind" is still an all-time classic; and of course "Carry On Wayward Son" perfectly embodies Kansas's signature sound (even though Walsh now avoids the highest notes). Featuring a dazzling computer-animated music machine (illustrated on the DVD cover), this well-produced disc proves that the band is anything but fossilized.


1. Intro
2. Belexes
3. Icarus II
4. Icarus
5. Song For America
6. Howlin' At The Moon
7. The Wall
8. The Preacher
9. Journey From Mariabronn
10. Dust In The Wind
11. Cheyenne Anthen
12. Child Of Innocence
13. Miracles Out Of Nowhere
14. Point Of Know Return
15. Portrait / Pinnagle
16. Fight Fire With Fire
17. Play The Game Tonight
18. Carry On Wayward Son

Looking Back
DVD Thoughts
Making Of DVD
Animusic Previews

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