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One of the most loved bands in rock history, as well as one of the most commercially successful-with 50 hit songs in the U.S. alone, 18 gold records, a Grammy, and a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame-Chicago have maintained the unflagging devotion of millions of devoted fans throughout their 37-year career. Begun with the goal of incorporating the diverse musical range of their hometown Chicago, and incorporating the big-band aesthetic that included horns which had been virtually left behind in the world of rock and roll, Chicago went on to create a sound that remains unparalleled in rock music. Incorporating rock as only one genre among the many that they drew from, the band courageously rejected the trappings of celebrity in order for the music to stand on its own. This DVD documents a live show that was broadcast on PBS in June of 2003 where they play many of their hits from throughout their long career, including "25 or Six to Four," "You're the Inspiration," "Saturday in the Park," and "Beginnings," among many others.
Chicago still has it. This is a great DVD and most enjoyable.
I would highly recommend it to Chicago fans out there.
What's not to like about musical legends. If you haven't experienced what it takes to make this group go this is a must see video.Published on May 12, 2013 by Richard L. Honnick
I shouldda reviewed the tracks on the dvd b4 I purchased. Most of the really good songs are mising,old days, question 67&68,I'm a man,........ Read morePublished on December 20, 2010 by Paul Mazzariello
This is the first time I've seen Chicago live. I've always been a fan but never seen them live. This show rocks, no flaws except the guitar is not as loud as it needs to be to keep... Read morePublished on April 13, 2009 by chuck white
This is a good show. The guys here are in fine form, and wonderfully down to earth ( versus former member Peter Cetera, whose demeanor during his Salt Lake City DVD struck me as... Read morePublished on April 13, 2009 by Stephen Derosier