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Two For The Show
LP / Album / Stereo
2 disc set
Very Good Plus (VG+)
Very Good (VG)
A1 Song For America (7:04)
A2 Point Of Know Return (3:07)
A3 Paradox (3:51)
A4 Icarus • Borne On Wings Of Steel (5:44)
B1 Portrait (He Knew) (5:41)
B2 Carry On Wayward Son (4:43)
B3 Journey From Mariabronn (8:22)
C1 Dust In The Wind (4:22)
C2 (Acoustic Guitar Solo) (1:44)
C3 (Piano Solo) (2:01)
C4 Lonely Wind (2:31)
C5 Mysteries And Mayhem (4:06)
C6 Excerpt From Lamplight Symphony (2:40)
C7 The Wall (4:41)
D1 Closet Chronicles (6:43)
D2 Magnum Opus (11:11)
1st issued with NO UPC Barcode printed on back cover - Gatefold cover release.
PZ2 35660 on jacket spine, 35660 on interior of jacket, both inner sleeves and all 4 vinyl labels.
Note: Some covers are marked as "Promotional" with either a timing strip or gold stamp.
This album has been recorded at various locations over the past three tours 1977-1978.
Public Relations: [a2319125], 9454 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 309, Beverly Hills, CA 90212
Instrument companies: ARP, Kramer Guitars, Norlin, Paiste, Slingerland, Unicord.
Special Thanks to the Following:
Axis Studio & staff, V.S.I. Travel of London, International Business Management, Chuck Hurewitz, Marty Rothman, John Coray, [a436610], [a268927], Mike Leventon, [a346772], [a251644] for all his help.
Cover inspired by Norman Rockwell's Painting for the cover of Saturday Evening Post, April 6, 1946, Entitled "The Charwomen."
On August 14, 1978, while returning home from a Kansas concert, John Hoffert, a 14 year old from El Paso, Texas was involved in a car accident that cost him his sight. Being that Kansas was the last visual experience that John will ever have — we dedicate this album to him.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
Rights Society: BMI
Pressing Plant ID: P
Matrix / Runout: AL 35661
Matrix / Runout: BL 35661
Matrix / Runout: AL 35662
Matrix / Runout: BL 35662
Matrix / Runout: AL-35661-1B I STERLING 0 I P
Matrix / Runout: BL-35661-1A I STERLING E P
Matrix / Runout: AL-35662-1D 3 STERLING 3 P
Matrix / Runout: BL-35662-1C I 2 STERLING P P
Matrix / Runout: AL-35661-1A I STERLING B 1 P
Matrix / Runout: BL-35661-1B I STERLING B P
Matrix / Runout: AL-35662-1AD I A STERLING 3 P
Matrix / Runout: BL-35662-1C I 2 5 STERLING P P
Matrix / Runout: AL-35661-1B I I STERLING P
Matrix / Runout: BL-35661-1A I STERLING D17 I P
Matrix / Runout: AL-35662-1A I STERLING C P
Matrix / Runout: BL-35662-1A I STERLING D1 P