Originally published on January 2, 2018, The Second Disc 

Robert Lamm, Time Chill: A Retrospective (Omnivore)

The Chicago mainstay has long been one of the most underrated writers in pop and rock, and even though the band has slowed its once-prolific pace as recording artists, Lamm has never stopped making music.  Time Chill collected 15 solo tracks (five previously unreleased) from the piano man, drawing on not only Chicago’s familiar sound but also excursions into electronic music, bossa nova, and more.  Lamm titled one of his recent solo albums Subtlety and Passion, and both qualities are in abundance on this groove-packed release.  Read more here!

Time Chill: A Retropective is available on Amazon here.

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  • About time!! Great review and well deserved. Absolutely agree with review, and thank you for posting it. Terrific way to start 2018!
  • Yay!

  • What a wonderful review and one that hits the mark perfectly.  Said much better and more colorful than I ever could. Your solo work is so intriguing and eclectic.  I enjoy listening to it all.

  • Hey Robert! I just saw this and I came here to see if it was posted here as well! Congratulations! Glad you came by and if you have a minute please join in the conversations like you used to so this becomes a lively place again! It’s rare when someone as busy as you takes the time to interact with their fans on a timely basis and I’m afraid we all look so forward to it that this place is waiting patiently for your return with words of wisdom! Anyway I hope you are well! Happy New Year! Robin
  • What, no friendly salutation or holiday greetings? Just a sales pitch? Boy, you are lucky we are true and faithful fans. Ay Yai Yai!
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