Chicago appreciation

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by jwb1231970, Feb 14, 2017.

  1. 2141

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    I'd guess 1976, but it's just a guess. :nyah:
     
  2. Reis

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    Thanks but I’m using an iPad without a mouse ☺️
     
  3. Comet01

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    I believe that Terry wore that hat and hockey jersey on the 1977 tour.
     
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  4. gregorya

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    I would guess it's around 1975... pretty sure it was in the Chicago VIII sheet music book released the same year as the album.
     
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  5. 2141

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    Yeah I was thinking either '75 or '76, then thought the latter was a better guess. But you're probably right. :agree:
     
  6. EdgardV

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    Maybe press and hold on the image. A menu will pop up. Choose copy, then you can paste.

    That's they way my moto-z android works anyway.
     
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  9. Reis

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    Thanks for the help.
     
  10. c1972 - Chicago V
     
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  11. Greg Carrier

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    Wow. Hadn't seen that before. What a band they were.

    I don't know if I've ever heard/seen a better, or at least more engaging, drum solo.
     
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  12. Cool photo... Terry is almost unrecognizable with the 'stache
     
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  13. Reis

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  14. ZackyDog

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    I checked this book out of my local library. It's both inspirational and depressing (when Danny was fired from the group).

    He, Terry and Walt were already in a band together which was a bit of a dead end. Chicago---a rock band with horns---was essentially Danny's idea; Walt recruited Lee and Jimmy, Danny brought in Bobby and Peter.
     
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  15. Reis

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    I read this book by Danny and it was wonderful but his statement that the horn band was his idea is refuted by every other interview and/or source out there. There was also an excerpt about Walt early on having mental problems needing hospitalization. I’d never heard that before either. Who knows?
     
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  16. EdgardV

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    Looks like James Pankow got double exposure on the cover — or is that ninth person someone else at the far left.
     
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  17. Maybe it was the missing member known as Walt Perry.
     
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  18. EdgardV

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    Ah, then don't leave out the other original band mates, Bobby Charles, Peter Lawrence and Dan Sera.
     
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  19. ZackyDog

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    Kath reminds me of an early ('62 - '65) John Lennon; they both had a lot of stage presence. Like Lennon, he was a great rhythm guitarist, especially on, Make Me Smile.

     
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  20. The original Chicago
    From left to right - Lee Lougnane (trumpet), Danny Seraphine (drums), Terry Kath (guotar/vocals), Robert Lamm (keyboards/vocals), Walter Parazaider (woodwinds), James Pankow - sitting (trombone), Peter Cetera (bass/vocals)[​IMG]
     
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