Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is? - Chicago (2) - Chicago Live In Japan (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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Peter Cetera - bass, vocals Terry Kath - guitar, vocals Robert Lamm - keyboard, vocals Lee Loughnane - trumpet, percussion, guitar, background vocals James Pankow - trombone, percussion Walter Parazaider - woodwinds, percussion, background vocals Danny Seraphine - drums.

Following up their album Chicago III, this historic set features all the early hits and spotlights Chicago at the peak of their initial success.

Painstakingly remastered, it now includes a full disc of previously unreleased material showcasing their trademark horns, Robert Lamm's keyboards and vocals, and the guitar virtuosity of the late Terry Kath. The set's packaging makes a nod to the original LP release, with an outer cardboard slipcase, four CDs in individual jackets, a page booklet with original LP artwork, and mini-reproductions of the three huge posters that were part of the original release. Also known as Chicago 4, this is not a double studio album, but 'would you believe it a quadruple live album that came in, a luxurious boxset including a superb booklet and a few poster, including a 3-D plan of the Carnegie venue.

This awesome package not that expensive either back then was simply unsurpassed during the 70's, the only downside being the overly-simple bland artwork. It is a little dismaying to see that most of the first two discs is entirely keyboardist LP composition, and if in the last two discs, the selection is slightly more even, the lion's share is still Lamm's.

All three studio albums prior to this Live release are well equally-well represented and we're getting almost systematically the best tracks of each, something rather rare, even back then. Naturally you have to wait until the last of the eight flipsides to reach the two exhilarating numbers of 25 or 6 to 4 or the cover of Spencer Davis Group's classic I'm A Man.

This album has been released in Mini Lp form and can also serve as an excellent intro to the band's oeuvre. The first record that I had on this live album was in cassettes in the forms of 2 x C60 and I was really amazed with the ambience and performance by Chicago - it's Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?

- Chicago (2) - Chicago Live In Japan (Vinyl wonderful. It's because of so may solo sections throughout the record. This is their first live album that was initially released as a four LP vinyl box set on Columbia Records. Deciding that most of the songs performed there virtually, the first three double albums, together with the new "A Song For Richard And His Friends" were worthy of release, producer James William Guercio compiled a mammoth four-LP box set collection for release as Chicago's fourth album that distinction being responsible for the album's nickname of Chicago IV.

My version is now a double CD album. Actually, what makes me like this album mostly on the band's brave decision to record the whole concert so that listening to this album is for me like watching them live. Archived from the original on November 10, Retrieved November 9, Retrieved February 17, Sun Herald.

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Archived from the original on October 24, Recording Academy Grammy Awards. Romantic Sad Sentimental. Sexy Trippy All Moods. Drinking Hanging Out In Love. Introspection Late Night Partying.

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