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Chicago – Louisville Convention Center 1974

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Chicago – Louisville 1974

Disc 1: 
1. Introduction 
2. Call On Me 
3. Saturday In The Park 
4. Something In The City Changes People 
5. Beginnings 
6. Ballet for a Girl in Buchannon (Make Me Smile>So Much To Say, 
So Much To Give>Anxiety's Moment>West Virginia Fantasies>
Colour My World>To Be Free>Now More Than Ever) 

Disc 2: 
1. Dialogue 
2. Italian From New York 
3. Hanky Panky/Life Saver 
4. Just You 'N' Me 
5. I've Been Searching So Long 
6. 25 Or 6 To 4 
7. (encore) Feelin' Stronger Everyday 

Louisville Convention Center, Louisville, KY
 
Peter Cetera: bass, vocals 
Terry Kath: guitar, vocals 
Lee Loughnane: trumpet 
Robert Lamm: keyboards, vocals 
Jimmy Pankow: trombone 
Walt Parazaider: woodwinds 
Danny Seraphine: drums 
Laudir DeOliveira: percussion

 

This broadcast recording documents a time when Chicago was near the peak of their powers, enjoying the middle years of a near 10-year run as one of the most successful rock groups in the world. Broadcast on 12th June 1974 near the tail end of the tour promoting their seventh album Chicago 7, arguably the group's most experimental studio effort, this was a most interesting time to experience the band onstage. ---discogs.com

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