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Hot Streets (Rmst) Original recording remastered, Import

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  • Audio CD (30 Mar. 2012)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording remastered, Import
  • Label: Import
  • ASIN: B0073US7EQ
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 934,064 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Musical historians condemn this album as something worse than the plague. I think part of the reason for that, beyond their dislike of the music on this album, comes from all the upheavals Chicago went through during the recording of this album. The tragic accidental suicide of their singer guitarist, the dropping of the roman numerals for a straightforward album title, showing the band members on the cover, breaking away from their long time producer and so on.

I personally think this is a pretty groovy album. I like the time period (I'm a fan of the 1970's in popular culture), I enjoy the mood of the album, which is slick, but also quite sombre. It's an adult album, like Chicago albums usually are. It might not be as inovative as earlier stuff, but it's a solid piece by real professionals.

Like I said in my title, this is a good album to just kick back and listen to. Close your eyes and relax after a long day at work, have a cold or warm beverage and just let the music wash over you.
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This Rhino reissue includes some interesting notes regarding the recruitment of guitarist Donnie Dacus in the aftermath of the tragic death of founder member and lead guitarist Terry Kath in a shooting accident. The band evidently knew Dacus was the right person for them - but he only lasted for two albums (this one and the following album 13).

The precence of Dacus is felt on some of the best tracks on the album. Opening up with James Pankow's superb 'Alive again' (unusual for James - his songs usually closed Chiagos albums) the catchy intro leads to an upbeat Peter Cetera led vocal with Dacus also contributing a 'talk box' guitar solo. 'Greatest love of all' is a lovely ballad co-written by drummer Danny Seraphine and another Cetera vocal features. Much more stroppy is 'Little Miss lovin', a Peter Cetera written song with backing vocals from none other than the Bee Gees who were recording their 'Spirits having flown' album at the same studio. Robert Lamms wonderful, multi tempo title track follows next with Dacus providing a superb guitar solo to counter Roberts lead vocal. It's just a great track with so many different sound textures. Also featuring Dacus's guitar is 'Take a chance' which closed the original side one of a very strong first side to this album. 'Gone, long gone' is a another staple Cetera track which is followed by, for me, the worst track on the album; the extremely dischordant 'Ain't it time' co-written by Dacus - one to skip! The narrative 'Love was new' is a lovely understated Robert Lamm track well sung by its writer - I love the lines about remembering the first Christmas together - very nostalgic. 'No tell lover' is one of those well known Chicago songs that is probably well liked but nobody's particular favourite.
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Another of my teenage faves.The title track has a nicely-sustained instrumental break in 7/4 and the horn sectioning is brilliant throughout. I feel as a group they should have made more of this than the routine rocker/air guitar bit.(I suspect cloth ears at their record company precluded this). I notice they've been touring with Earth Wind and Fire. With Incognito as the 3rd corner of the magic triangle, horn-enhanced good songwriting is stuill hanging tight. The ballads here epitomise the feel of love affairs at the time,and the title track the backwash of a questing idealism that may return with the current generation, and that's important documentation.
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What a great album this is Chicago are by far a brilliant band 5 stars
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By the time of this release Chicago had thrown in the towel as purveyors of innovative music and became a schlock MOR band - they never reached the heights of the early 70s and this record is ALL you will for this statement to be validated.
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