Kansas - Leftoverture


Label:

Friday Music

Genre:

Pop/Rock

Product No.:
AFRM 34224
Availability:
In Stock
Category:

180 Gram Vinyl Record



180 Gram LP

$31.98

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180-gram vinyl, limited anniversary edition

Gatefold cover, featuring original graphics and lyrics

Mastered by Friday Music's Joe Reagoso! Pressed at RTI!

In 1976, Kansas delivered the biggest multi-platinum album in their extensive catalog with the amazing Leftoverture. Featuring the ultimate rock anthem "Carry On Wayward Son," this stunning album remained at the top of the charts for the better part of 1976 through 1977. Featuring the important lineup of Steve Walsh, Kerry Livgren, Phil Ehart, Richard Williams, Dave Hope and Robbie Steinhardt, this album continues to be played on rock and classic rock radio stations worldwide.

Mastered by Joe Reagoso at Friday Music with Kevin Gray at AcousTech and pressed at RTI, this stunning LP reaches new sonic depths in the audiophile medium. For this special occasion, Leftoverture is packaged in an extremely limited edition gatefold cover. Complete with a poly bag for the cover and a poly sleeve to protect the vinyl LP. This is an audiophile's dream!

 



1. Carry On Wayward Son
2. The Wall
3. What’s On My Mind
4. Miracles Out Of Nowhere
5. Opus Insert
6. Questions Of My Childhood
7. Cheyenne Autumn
8. Magnum Opus

Customer Reviews (5.00 Stars) 2 person(s) rated this product.

WOW the quality...

posted on 11/15/2014
5 Stars
Reviewer: Kevin
of the way this release is manufactured is unbelievable! Thou a 180g, its weight is quite noticeable indeed, and the plastic sleeve is one of the best I've had in 41 years of collecting. Cover is made of a stout material. I did a comparison of a record I've had for 35 years and this 180g, and without question the 180g is better, more weight to the bottom, improved realism, seems "darker"... the recording is awesome, being totally blown away by music I've listened to all my life is a great gift of rediscovery, thanks... now where's Monolith and Audio Visions?


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