Chicago II - Live On Soundstage Chicago

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Label: Rhino

Genre: Rock

Artist: Chicago

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  • 1Movin' In (Live On Soundstage)04:16
  • 2The Road (Live On Soundstage)03:17
  • 3Poem For The People (Live On Soundstage)05:41
  • 4In The Country (Live On Soundstage)06:41
  • 5Wake Up Sunshine (Live On Soundstage)02:52
  • 6Ballet For A Girl In Buchannon (Make Me Smile)03:21
  • 7Ballet For A Girl In Buchannon / So Much To Say, So Much To Give / Anxiety's Moment / West Virginia Fantasies / Colour My World / To Be Free / Now More Than Ever (Medley)09:24
  • 8Fancy Colours (Live On Soundstage)04:48
  • 9Memories of Love (Live On Soundstage)03:12
  • 10Better End Soon (Live On Soundstage)06:46
  • 11Where Do We Go From Here (Live On Soundstage)02:49
  • 1225 Or 6 To 4 (Live On Soundstage)05:49
  • Total Runtime58:56

Info for Chicago II - Live On Soundstage

Chicago - Chicago II - Live On Soundstage underscores the enduring popularity of Chicago's second album with an energized performance of the entire double-album in front of a live audience.

Originally released in January 1970 as Chicago (and later dubbed Chicago II ), the album was a major breakthrough for the band and features some of the group's biggest hits, including the Top 10 singles: "25 Or 6 To 4," "Make Me Smile" and "Colour My World."

Nominated for three Grammy awards and certified double-platinum, the album is also known for several extended song cycles: "Ballet For A Girl In Buchannon" by trombonist/composer James Pankow; "Memories Of Love" by guitarist Terry Kath and composer Peter Matz; and "It Better End Soon" by keyboardist/vocalist/composer Robert Lamm. Robert Lamm and James Pankow have also become the latest inductees of the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2017.


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