“Saturday in the park, I think it was the 4th of July…”- Chicago “V” 45th anniversary In the Studio with composer Robert Lamm.
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“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 […]
If you have a surround sound multi-channel set up for movies and music, seek out the first Chicago double album Chicago Transit Authority from eclectic reissue label Rhino, in four channel quadraphonic sound on DVD-Audio. It is ear-grabbing full tilt “back to the future”. Chicago is the second-highest selling American band in history, second only […]
Happy birthday to a real rock prince of a guy, Robert Lamm of Chicago ( 13th ).
Released March 1974, another full tank double album which hit #1 sales ( third top seller in a row ) for Chicago, containg hit songs “I’ve Been Searching So Long”, “Call on Me”, and “Wishing You Were Here”, sung by Terry Kath and a performance which serves as his epitaph.-Redbeard
When it’s the REO Speedwagon brand, you’ll be surprised how fresh and tasty forty year old “Tuna Fish” is! Kevin Cronin and Neal Doughty of REO are In the Studio with Redbeard.
Ask any of Robert Cray‘s biggest fans ( who include Eric Clapton, Bonnie Raitt, Buddy Guy, and Jimmie Vaughan ) and they all agree that Cray is the total package: movie star handsome, soulful voice, reserved demeanor, with a stinging guitar style that is much more “Steve Cropper” than “Stevie Ray“. But it is Robert […]
When you are as talented, top-heavy with songwriters, and as hard working as Journey was from 1978 to 1983, a lot can happen in five years. You see, it was only five years time after their fourth album, Infinity, broke the band until the deepest part of Winter, February 1983, when the San Francisco-based American […]
The first thing that quickly becomes obvious when diving into the expanded 1978 live bonus concert spread out across two discs which now bolsters the deluxe edition of the original fifth studio album A Farewell to Kings by Rush is just how long and vigorously this power trio played. I mean, in the middle […]
When I casually run the list in my head of the most significant debut albums in rock history (The Doors, Are You Experienced, Please Please Me, Van Halen, Led Zeppelin 1, Boston, Chicago Transit Authority, Appetite for Destruction, My Generation, Never Mind the Bollocks, Mr Tambourine Man, The Ramones ) invariably I forget to include Can’t […]