Chicago Remastered


Fittingly, the Windy City’s contribution to the creative storm of ’60s sounds was a hot-blowing horn band. Named for the town’s transportation system, Chicago Transit Authority—soon shortened to Chicago—began in 1968 as a savvy septet with a propensity for pioneering jazz-tinged rock suites, as well as perfectly crafted pop gems. It was the latter that quickly established their northerly flow on the charts, via smash singles like “Saturday in the Park,” “25 or 6 to 4,” “Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?,” and “Colour My World,” all of which are included on Rhino’s new The Best of Chicago: 40th Anniversary Edition. Lost in the glint of brass-borne hits, however, lay one of the last untold stories in contemporary bass

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