‘Chicago VI’ doesn’t get off to a great start, as “Critic’s Choice” becomes Robert Lamm’s first misfire.
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With “State of the Union,” the train of great Robert Lamm songs just keeps on rolling through 1972’s ‘Chicago V.’
You can’t help but smile after hearing Chicago’s “All Is Well.” And you can’t help but feel you’re listening to sheer perfection.
Why is Chicago’s “At the Sunrise” overlooked? Maybe because ‘Chicago III’ has so many great songs, and this one falls through the cracks?
With ‘Flight 602,” Chicago’s Robert Lamm describes the boredom of waiting to go onstage, but this engaging song is anything but boring.
You could drop this Chicago song onto contemporary albums by CSNY or the Grateful Dead. So, what’s it doing here?
A gentle, hymn-like piece, “Where Do We Go From Here” marks the first Peter Cetera composition to be recorded by Chicago.
You know an album is good when even the filler tracks, like this one from ‘Chicago II,’ are outstanding.