Label: Kirshner - ZK 36008 • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Pop Rock, Prog Rock
· One of the things about the original album that I loved was the fade out of the final track on Side A, 'How My Soul Cries Out For You'. The band is cooking and the fade out is slow and measured. Flipping the record over there is a Fade In of the same song where it left off on Side A/5.
· How My Soul Cries Out for You was written by Steve Walsh for Kansas' Monolith album in , and is probably one of the least popular or memorable songs from.
· Monolith is the sixth studio album by American progressive rock band Kansas, released in (see in music). The album was remastered and reissued in 2.
Kansas - Kansas / Monolith / Tracks: On The Other Side. People Of The South Wind. Angels Have Fallen. How My Soul Cries Out For You & 4 More - Music.
Livgren can't be saddled with all the blame, however. When he turns the writing over to Steve Walsh, the band starts sounding like Black Sabbath ("How My Soul Cries Out for You," Monolith's production extravaganza). It wouldn't take a miracle or a Great Plains twister to bring Kansas back to earth, though. Just a little old-fashioned humility.
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