Carry On is the second compilation from American rock band Kansas, released in 1992 (see 1992 in music). All songs written by Kerry Livgren, except where noted. Carry On Wayward Son" – 5:23. What's on My Mind" – 3:28. The Wall" (Livgren, Steve Walsh) – 4:47. Dust in the Wind" – 3:25. Can I Tell You" (Phil Ehart, Dave Hope, Walsh, Rich Williams) – 3:33.
Kansas is the debut studio album by American progressive rock band Kansas, released in 1974 by Kirshner in the United States and Epic Records in other countries. Kansas's debut album followed the merging of two Topeka musical camps: Kerry Livgren, from a previous Kansas line-up, and White Clover, which played mainstream rock and blues. The newly formed group signed with Kirshner Records in 1973 and traveled to New York to record their first release.
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Kansas City, Missouri. Robert M. McFarlin (July 27, 1866 – August 11, 1942) was an American oilman, cattle rancher, philanthropist, and businessman who is best known for amassing a fortune by drilling for oil near Glenpool, Oklahoma with his nephew and son-in-law, James A. Chapman. He was among the early pioneer oilmen who established the state of Oklahoma as a center of the oil industry in the early part of the 20th Century.
USD 352 Goodland (Goodland High School). District Librarian/Library Media Specialist · 2011 to present · Goodland, Kansas. Kansas State University. Class of 1986 · PhD · Instructional design · Manhattan, Kansas. Emporia State University. Class of 1978 · Master of Library Science · Library science · Emporia, Kansas. Ft. Hays State University. Class of 1977 · English Ed · Library science · Hays, Kansas.
Art director The Rub Group, Baton Rouge, 1974-1975. Assistant director Martin Moskof & Associates, New York City, 1976-1977, Arista Records, Incorporated, New York York City, 1977-1978, art director, 1978-1980, Radio Corporation of America Records, New York City, 1980-1984. Sole proprietor Ron Kellum Design, since 1984.
Ivan McFarlin (born April 26, 1982) is an American professional basketball player. McFarlin attended Willowridge High School in Houston, Texas, where he led his team to win the state championship in his senior year, as he averaged 1. points, 1. rebounds, . blocks and . steals. McFarlin played college basketball at Oklahoma State University, and helped the Cowboys to a Final Four appearance in 2004, where the team lost to Georgia Tech on a late-game basket.