8 thoughts on “ Closet Chronicles - Kansas - Point Of Know Return ”

  1. In , KANSAS followed up the success of Leftoverture by releasing the album Point of Know Return. Containing the smash hit and million-selling single “Dust in the Wind,” along with fan favorites such as “Portrait (He Knew),” “Closet Chronicles,” and “Paradox,” Point of Know Return became the band’s greatest selling studio.
  2. " Point of Know Return " is a song by the progressive rock band Kansas written by Steve Walsh, Robby Steinhardt, and Phil Ehart for their album Point of Know Return. It is written mostly in combinations of 4/4 and 3/4 time signatures, phrased as 4+4+4+3 in the verses, a 4/4 pre-chorus and the main chorus phrased 7+7+4+4 (7/4 time).Genre: Progressive rock, progressive pop.
  3. Lyrics to Closet Chronicles by Kansas from the Point of Know Return album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more!
  4. Lyrics to Closet Chronicles by Kansas from the Leftoverture/Point of Know Return album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more!
  5. Closet Chronicles This song is by Kansas and appears on the album Point of Know Return () on the live album Two For The Show () on the album The Kansas Boxed Set () on the compilation album The Best Of Kansas () on the album The Ultimate Kansas .
  6. Jul 28,  · The next albums will see the band heading into very commercial waters which is always a huge topic of debate for Kansas Fans. But for Point of Know Return it is a must have album that would appeal to fans of the progressive era and to fans of the later commercial era. It /5.
  7. May 18,  · Kansas (2) Point Of Know Return To the best of my recollection the songs were arranged thus: Point of Know Return - Paradox - Lightning's Hand - Dust in the Wind - Closet Chronicles - Sparks of the Tempest - Nobody's Home - The Spider - Portrait (He Knew) - Hopelessly Human. I now prefer listening to the album with the songs in this order /5().
  8. Once carried through the current, and being swept away. The king is in his closet, he's hiding from today. And though he owns all fortunes, this room is where he'll stay. And his world is filled with darkness, turning grey. Gazing out the window of the forty-second floor.5/5(1).

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