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  (in credits order)
Phil Ehart ... Drums
Billy Greer ... Bass, Vocals, Acoustic Guitar
Robby Steinhardt ... Violin, Vocals
Richard Williams ... Electric and Acoustic Guitars
Yergan Jones ... Director, The New Advent Choir
Tirza Kosche ... First Violin
Jeanne Johnson-Watkins ... Second Violin
Cindy Beard ... Viola
Anna Joyner ... Cello
Willard Arbour ... Narrator (animated discography) (voice)
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Steve Walsh ... Himself

Directed by
Michie Turpin 
Produced by
Phil Ehart .... producer
Kate Hugh-Jones .... line producer (as Katie Murphy)
Steve Rawls .... co-producer
Cinematography by
Steve Shepard 
Sound Department
James Cobb .... secondary location recordist
James Cobb .... sound recordist
Don Cole .... sound technician
Bob Hardtke .... sound
Sloan Hayes .... sound technician
Hurricane Jimmy .... sound technician
Kurt Pfister .... systems tech
Steve Powell .... secondary location recordist
Neal Sawthney .... sound recordist
Bill Turpin .... production engineer
Camera and Electrical Department
Norman Andrews .... assistant camera
David L. Blackburn .... camera operator (as David Blackburn)
Dave Burns .... lighting technician (as David Burns)
Chris Donati .... lighting system technician
Wege Fiorillo .... assistant camera
Flounder Gillespi .... lighting system technician
Brian Gurley .... camera operator
Kevin Hamm .... grip
Chris Holloway .... assistant camera
Eric Leftridge .... camera loader
Jim McKinney .... camera operator
Jordan McMonagle .... camera operator
Marshall Millard .... grip
Bill Mills .... camera operator
Robin Roberts .... rigger
Tom Sarle .... assistant camera
Steve Shepard .... camera operator
Fred Thomas .... camera loader
Mike Torino .... camera loader
Grady Upchurch .... assistant camera
Dudley J. Voll .... assistant camera (as Dudley Voll)
Editorial Department
John Buchanon .... telecine operator
Gill Cooper .... film processing
Scott Long .... on-line editor
Josh Peters .... off-line editor
Jerry Sterr .... film processing
Music Department
Kansas .... composer: song "Play the Game Tonight"
Kansas .... composer: songs "Howlin' at the Moon", "Point of Know Return", "Play the Game Tonight"
Other crew
Ángel Alonso .... monitors
Larry A. Baird .... arranger: string quartet (as L.A. Baird)
Troy Barruso .... production assistant
Brandy Beavers .... caterer
Brandy Beavers .... production assistant
Brian Beck .... production assistant
Jim Bellamy .... provider: system 6000
Christine Boyd .... wrangler: Golden Circle
Dave Boyd .... wrangler: Golden Circle
Stephanie Bullard .... production assistant
Barbara Covello .... production assistant
Dustin D'Wynn .... dropped frame locator
Brannon Dunaway .... production assistant
Dan 'Fergie' Ferguson .... laser designer
Mike Geeslin .... production assistant
Sharon Goldhar .... travel
Sloan Hayes .... string sweetening
Ernie Holmes .... wrangler: Golden Circle
Jim Kaiser .... mastered by
Pete King .... production assistant
Shirley Libby .... time code slate technician
Scott Long .... production assistant
Robert Norman .... booking agent
Mark Parks .... site coordinator
Katie Peters .... production assistant
Martin Rothman .... business manager
Martin Rothman .... ticket allocation
Ed Simeone .... provider: system 6000
Rick Smith .... programmer/log guru
Hank Williams III .... mastered by

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Simply the Best!, 18 June 2004
Author: historynut from Ohio

Perhaps no band in the history of rock has worked as hard, toured as much as Kansas. Device-Voice-Drum is "exibit A" of this! A flawless effort by America's most prolific classic rock band. They are respected by the music industry and fans alike. Their music isn't for everyone, that's for sure. But this band shines in a live venue (I've seen them many times and in all their incarnations over 25 years) and they ALWAYS satisfy in concert. "DVD" is a must see for music lovers! Good job guys!

If there is a "complaint," it is that I wish Kansas had done more recordings for video format over the years. I really don't believe that they fully understand how great they are in a live situation. Studio music does not do this band justice (although I love their studio work as well).

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