Thirty records later came Chicago XXXIV: Live in '75, an archival title released on Rhino Handmade that showcased the band at the peak of its powers in 1975. They had just released Chicago VIII - the greatest-hits set Chicago IX was just around the corner - and they supported it with an extensive summer tour.
CD 1 1. Introduction (7:29) 2. Anyway You Want (3:34) 3. Beginnings (6:05) 4. Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?
Redirected from Chicago XXXIV: Live in ‘75). Chicago XXXIV: Live in '75 is a live album by the American band Chicago, their thirty-fourth album overall, recorded in 1975 and released in 2011. After releasing its eighth consecutive gold album in six years, Chicago embarked upon a stadium tour in 1975. The album includes selections from all of the group's albums through its then-current Chicago VIII. Peter Cetera – bass, vocals. Terry Kath – guitar, vocals. Robert Lamm – keyboards, vocals.
After releasing its eighth consecutive gold album in six years, Chicago embarked upon a stadium tour in 1975. The album includes selections from all of the group's albums through its then-current
Chicago XXXIV: Live in '75 is a live album by the American band Chicago, their thirty-fourth album overall, recorded in 1975 and released in 2011.
I saw Chicago live on two separate nights at Chicago Stadium in the summer of 1975, which was sold out for most of the week with the Beach Boys. To get swiftly to the point, of all of the Chicago 'live' albums, this is one of the most competently performed, but also by far the worst recordings. You don't have to be an audiophile to notice that the bass drones on buried in mud, Kath's guitar is all but inaudible, his vocals are all but inaudible, and that even 'sound board' recordings of other bands sound far superior. I've never been as disappointed with a Chicago album. I bought this thinking people had exaggerated the poor sound quality. If anything, the critics were generous!!!
Chicago (sometimes referred to as Chicago II) is the second studio album by Chicago-based American rock band Chicago. Like their debut album, Chicago Transit Authority, this was a double album. It was their first album under the name Chicago (the band's prior name, Chicago Transit Authority, was changed due to a threatened lawsuit from the Chicago Transit Authority) and the first to use the now ubiquitous cursive Chicago logo on the cover
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|1.2||Anyway You Want|
|1.4||Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?|
|1.5||Call On Me|
|1.6||Make Me Smile|
|1.7||So Much To Say, So Much To Give|
|1.9||West Virginia Fantasies|
|1.10||Colour My World|
|1.11||To Be Free|
|1.12||Now More Than Ever|
|1.13||Ain't It Blue?|
|1.14||Just You 'N' Me|
|1.15||(I've Been) Searchin' So Long|
|1.18||25 Or 6 To 4|
|2.1||Got To Get You Into My Life|
|2.3||I'm A Man|
|2.5||Wishing You Were Here|
|2.6||Feelin' Stronger Every Day|
NotesComes in fold-out Digi Pack plus booklet
|RHM2 526436||Chicago||Chicago XXXIV: Live In '75 (2xCD, Album, Box)||Rhino Handmade||RHM2 526436||US||2011|
|RF2 526436||Chicago||Chicago XXXIV: Live In '75 (2xCD, Album, Dig)||Rhino Records||RF2 526436||US||Unknown|
|WPCR-16349/50||Chicago||Chicago XXXIV: Live In '75 (2xCD, Album)||Rhino Records||WPCR-16349/50||Japan||2015|