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Chicago, “Vote For Me” from Chicago XI (1977): Saturdays in the Park

Chicago, “Vote For Me” from Chicago XI (1977): Saturdays in the Park

‘Vote For Me’ reveals Chicago legend Robert Lamm’s sense of humor, while skewering our political process and the hypocrisy of elected officials.

Chicago, “Take Me Back to Chicago” from Chicago XI (1977): Saturdays in the Park

Chicago, “Take Me Back to Chicago” from Chicago XI (1977): Saturdays in the Park

Co-written by drummer Danny Seraphine, “Take Me Back to Chicago” is a standout from a disjointed album.

Chicago, “Policeman” from Chicago XI (1977): Saturdays in the Park

Chicago, “Policeman” from Chicago XI (1977): Saturdays in the Park

Robert Lamm’s first contribution to ‘Chicago XI’ is a quiet and sensitive look at a day in the life of a middle-aged, lonely beat cop.

Chicago, “Till the End of Time” from Chicago XI (1977): Saturdays in the Park

Chicago, “Till the End of Time” from Chicago XI (1977): Saturdays in the Park

The song itself is a good one. However, there is one big problem with Chicago’s “Till the End of Time.”

Chicago, “Baby, What a Big Surprise” from Chicago XI (1977): Saturdays in the Park

Chicago, “Baby, What a Big Surprise” from Chicago XI (1977): Saturdays in the Park

Lounging between Chicago’s vintage poppier moments and the slicker stance they’d recently adopted, “Baby, What a Big Surprise” is the best of both worlds.

Chicago, “Mississippi Delta City Blues” from Chicago XI (1977): Saturdays in the Park

Chicago, “Mississippi Delta City Blues” from Chicago XI (1977): Saturdays in the Park

The evolution of Chicago’s “Mississippi Delta City Blues” helps us chart the more personal evolution of Terry Kath as a songwriter, arranger and musician.

Chicago, “Take Me Back to Chicago” from Chicago XI (1977): One Track Mind

Chicago, “Take Me Back to Chicago” from Chicago XI (1977): One Track Mind

Danny Seraphine joins us to discuss how a shocking loss sparked “Take Me to Chicago,” released on Sept. 12, 1977 as part of ‘Chicago XI.’

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