12 Songs, 49 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
28 Ratings

28 Ratings

katylied ,

Trying to avoid a "leftover Chicago 5" feel

buy this album if you love 70' s Chicago....Just You n' Me is a great Jimmy Pankow track, I also think "Hollywood" by Robert Lamm is a quintessential Chicago band track, it really showcases the chops these guys did have.

"Something In this city changes People" has some nice flute work by Walter Parazaider, and "In terms of two" shows Chicago venturing into a country sound that is more than passable, with nice (guest) harmonica playing and a catchy hook to boot.

I would say Chicago 5 rocks harder, this album has a couple of standout tracks, a lot of good tracks, and is an attempt by the boys to avoid turning out a "leftover Chicago 5 " album. I believe they recorded this album at Caribou Ranch in Colorado, and it has a more varied feel to it than most other Chicago albums. Example: There are 4 tracks on this album that have no horns at all on them. One track features the woodwind player only . One track is just Robert Lamm and his piano.

Crenner ,

Turn it up!!!

I used to crank this on mom's cabinet stereo system. This was the first Chicago album I owned. It only led to a bad habit of collecting them all.....that is up to the 80s junk. There is not a bad song on this whole album.

hsb58 ,

Different and that's the point

Good album and deserves a place in the Chicago lore...loved the cover especially with the band at the top, very cool...don't just listen to the hits...the gems are always imbedded deeper than that and it's the reason i tend to buy complete albums and not just songs of my favorite artists...

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