Think Chicago is incapable of rocking? Too tightly arranged, not grungy enough? “I Don’t Want Your Money” proved detractors wrong on all of counts.
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You could drop this Chicago song onto contemporary albums by CSNY or the Grateful Dead. So, what’s it doing here?
Robert Lamm’s sophisticated deep cut recalls a period when Chicago was one of the preeminent jazz-rock ensembles – not just a rock band with horns.
The only downside on Chicago’s “Sing a Mean Tune Kid” is its abrupt ending. But I guess I shouldn’t be too greedy.
A gentle, hymn-like piece, “Where Do We Go From Here” marks the first Peter Cetera composition to be recorded by Chicago.
Chicago’s more political material, “It Better End Soon” included, happens to be some of my favorite from their extensive catalog.
“Memories of Love” is both an oddity and a perfect fit for ‘Chicago II.’
Chicago guitarist Terry Kath’s solo on “25 or 6 to 4” has always been one of my most memorable musical moments. Here’s why.
With 1970’s “Fancy Colours,” Chicago proves once and for all how sophisticated rock music can be.
As good as some of Chicago’s other ambitious musical endeavors may have been, it could be argued that none matched “Ballet for a Girl in Buchannon.”