SEVENTH KEY – Seventh Key

SEVENTH KEY - Seventh Key


Release date: May 15, 2001

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Seventh Key is really Kansas’s Billy Greer’s solo album, but he got a lot of help from his band mates (and Steve Morse) in making this album. Curiously, the album starts with one of the weakest songs, The kid could play, but after that, the album picks up, and Seventh Key is turning into a real little diamond of a record.

Beware! You DO have to like/ love melodic rock to appreciate it, but the quality of the songs and the playing can impress anyone. Especially after a couple of spins, the material really sinks into your head, and you find yourself humming and singing along. If the record gets a big push, I believe Greer could sell a lot of albums, and deservingly so. Cheers, and have a good time listening to this record!

Highlights: Forsaken, When love is dying, Every time it rains, Prisoner of love


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