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Steve Morse on Proto-Kaw’s new album

Proto-Kaw ‘Forth’ cover art

Steve Morse has contributed a solo for the track called Pilgrim’s Wake on the new album of Kerry Livgren’s pre-Kansas band Proto-Kaw (now reformed for the third time). The album is called Forth and was released earlier this month. You can order the album here.

Thanks to Alwin Bastiaansen for the info.

6 Comments to “Steve Morse on Proto-Kaw’s new album”:

  1. 1
    Bob Papp says:

    Ya gotsta love it. Two great musician’s who leave the egos at the door. Back in ’85, Maestro Steve replaces another great banjo player, that being Kerry, in Kansas. And Kerry knows a GEM when he meets and hears one. And ‘lo and behold, a guest spot on the new Proto-Kaw album.

    ‘Nuff said….



  2. 2
    Purpdawg says:

    Anybody know if Kerry is involve with this? It sounds like him in there.

  3. 3
    Tracy Heyder (Zero the Hero) says:

    The album should be great. Plus ‘Little Stevie Morse’ is on it. How can you go wrong???????


  4. 4
    Bruce F says:

    Kerry is involved with the new Proto-Kaw album. I think it really sounds great, especially given Kerry’s comeback from the stroke.

  5. 5
    The Holy Chair says:

    Kerry Livgren was involved with pre Kansas Proto Kaw as well.
    And a few years ago he toured with 2 great NEW Proto Kaw albums under his belt.
    So it’s not “news” HE is involved.(…)

    Had the fortune to witness a show : )

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    Rob Sylvia says:

    It’s a good album, listening to it now. Different. I have really enjoyed all the Proto Kaw albums, but this one is sorta special since Kerry has done this after his stroke and has been working hard at making progress towards rehabilitation. In an interview he said he is at about 80% and will probably never be able to play live music again.

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