How about Chicago live from 1970, full concert?

ripple

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This lineup of musicians was one of the greatest bands to ever walk Planet Earth.

Great vocals, complex compositions and a genuine guitar hero.

Thanks for sharing TopDog!
 

paulbearer

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Jesus, that is an incredible show.

And great quality sound, too.
Terry's solo on this 25/6/4 version is off-the-hook. I'm a Man... other-worldly.

Thanks OP for posting this...
Makes me think we should start a "curated" "full concert" thread... (not one where people just speedily search and post, but the videos come backed by a TGP'ers recommendation...

Man, Chicago equals Musicians.
 

Bigswede

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Thank you, thank you, thank you! Terry Kath was the heart and soul of the Chicago that I loved.
 

Steve Hotra

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Oh yeah!
Nice way to end the weekend.
This era of Chicago is my favorite.
Having played with a horn section before, this was the benchmark that we attempted to aspire to.
As others have posted, Kath was an amazing guitarist.
Thanks for posting the concert!
 

GFR4EVR

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The seventies has always been my favorite era when it came to Chicago, at that time they had it all! Musicianship, songwriting, and great arrangements as well.
 

TopDog

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What I like about this show/video is how close together they are on the stage, you can see them feeding off of each others energy.

I'm a fan mostly of they're songs, the vocals and arrangements, not Terry Kath. I'm not wowed by his playing. Terry was the driving force and leader. Collectively they're fantastic.
 




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