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Chicago IX: Greatest Hits '69 - '74 was the band's first greatest hits collection. Originally released 30 years ago in November of 1975, it spent five weeks atop the Billboard album chart and has been certified four times platinum! Still to date, it is the biggest selling album of their career. Chicago IX features signature favorites the band still performs on tour today, such as '25 or 6 to 4', "Beginnings,' 'Saturday in the Park,' 'Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is', and 'Call On Me'. It was the first Chicago album to feature pictures of the band on the cover, incorporated into their trademark logo. Chicago IX: Greatest Hits '69-74 completes Rhino's reissues of the band's signature early recordings. Rhino. 2005.
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But going back just a few years to the songs contained on this album we find a very experimental, even progressive, band. Mixing solid rock and roll rhythms with a jazzy feel, including the horns, and some cool and catchy lyrics ('Does anybody know what time it is...does anybody care?'), Chicago was a fantastic band. No standout lead singer, no singular star pointed out, they were a band. And this band made some great music. Check it out if you're looking for a change of pace from the relatively uninteresting music dominating the airwaves today.
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It's great to her that unique Chicago sound. It never gets old.Published 6 months ago by Kathryn A. Gowan