For their 50th anniversary Chicago co-founder Robert Lamm with Redbeard “In the Studio” for Chicago Transit Authority pt 2.
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“Chicago Transit Authority” marks the fiftieth ( ! ) anniversary of the juggernaut Chicago!!! This interview with Robert Lamm is part 1 of 2.
Chicago “VII” 45th anniversary In the Studio with composer Robert Lamm.
Styx here live in blues legend Willie Dixon‘s recording studio at 2120 Michigan Avenue, the site of the original Chess Records, back in 2004 laying down a soul-infused reading of Tommy Shaw‘s working class musical manifesto “Blue Collar Man”. The song and the Styx album on which it originally appeared, Pieces of Eight , mark […]
“Who are these guys?” was still the admiring rhetorical question floating about the music world when Chicago II came out only a year after the other “Chicago Seven” had stunned the rock world in 1969 with the most popular double album debut in history, Chicago Transit Authority . Like the first, Chicago II was so […]
Back in 1997, the year-long Rolling Stones‘ “Bridges to Babylon” tour, with its fan-selected nightly setlist surprise and the notorious “B”-stage, pulled into Bremen Germany where the entire Stones show was filmed and recorded, newly restored, remixed, and remastered as Bridges to Bremen. The combination of Mick Jagger and Lisa Fisher on the electrifying version of […]
Pete Townshend joins Redbeard In the Studio on “Tommy” ‘s 50th anniversary, part 1 of 2.
Though released within weeks of each other in 1969, The Who‘s Tommy was among the last great iconic albums of the Sixties decade while Chicago Transit Authority may have been, in effect, the first major album of the Seventies. From this distant vantage point fifty years on, it is difficult for me to imagine Tommy […]
In the Studio thirty years ago: Grand Funk “Closer to Home” 3-13-89 with Mark Farner and Don Brewer.
Styx “Grand Illusion” interview with Tommy Shaw, James Young, Lawrence Gowan, plus co-founder & former member Dennis DeYoung