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  1. Chad Klumpp
    November 30, 2018 @ 9:06 pm

    Didn’t they use the song “he knew”in a 20/20 or 60 minutes segment??!! If so who was it on the interview???


  2. Don Smith
    March 17, 2019 @ 10:36 pm

    You have Hopelessly Human all wrong. It is the best track on the album. I hate when reviewers use terms like indulgent and pretentious when reviewing progressive music. Like trying to serve an untrained palate gourmet food, it is musician’s and artist’s music. Either you are one or you are not. For those of us that “get it” and then appreciate the changes, counterpoint and thematic development, it is pure ear candy. The song captures the adventurous theme of the album.


  3. James Hill
    December 22, 2019 @ 11:30 pm

    American Progressive Rock was a victom of mofonic record companies who wanted four minutes or less love songs with 4/4 beats they could play on the radio. Stupidity 101. The British had wzy more freedom and it showed. Kansas was a delightful exception. They hit it big before they had to compromise. Thank God. He knew is about Albert Einstein. Not a bad tune anywhere. This and Leftoverture are the apex of American Rock. Maybe The Allman Brothers or BOC in their prime but none better.


  4. Ray Feliciano
    March 11, 2021 @ 11:30 pm

    You might want to correct the spelling on Steve’s name, because without the ‘l’ “Steve Wash” has a different connotation.
    “Group Musicians
    Steve Wash – Lead Vocals, Keyboards
    Kerry Livgren – Guitars, Keyboards
    Rich Williams – Guitars
    Robby Steinhardt – Violin, Lead Vocals
    Dave Hope – Bass
    Phil Ehart – Drums, Percussion”


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