Chicago Chicago Transit Authority (Remastered & Repackaged)
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- Released: July 16, 2002
- Originally Released: 2002
- Label: Rhino
Q - 8/94, p.1194 Stars - Excellent - "...an aggressive metallic guitar sound...offered feedback, soulful grooves and a green attitude..."
Uncut - 01/03, p.1404 stars out of 5 - "...Heavy on blasting brass, hollering vocals, and the turbulent psychedelic blues guitar of Terry Kath..."
- 2.Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?
- 4.Questions 67 And 68
- 6.Poem 58
- 7.Free Form Guitar
- 8.South California Purples
- 9.I'm A Man
- 10.Prologue, August 29, 1968
- 11.Someday (August 29, 1968)
This debut has surprisingly endured, whereas all their following 18,000 albums with the same title (other than a number change) have little or no credibility in the public's memory. This album can be interchanged with the second and third Blood Sweat And Tears album; all represent the very best of late 60s American jazz/rock. The band changed their name soon afterwards as they ploughed a successful path into smooth AOR. Lengthy tracks such as "South California Purples" and their excellent cover version of Spencer Davis Group's "I'm A Man" prove beyond doubt that these chaps can really play. Maybe they were smarter than most in seeing the limitations of jazz/rock and moving on to play Russian roulette.
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