Chicago - Chicago III album flac
|1||Sing A Mean Tune Kid||9:18|
|2||Loneliness Is Just A Word||2:38|
|3||What Else Can I Say||3:13|
|4||I Don't Want Your Money||4:47|
|6||Motorboat To Mars||1:30|
|9||At The Sunrise||2:48|
|10||Happy 'Cause I'm Going Home||7:28|
|An Hour In The Shower|
|13||A Hard Risin' Morning Without Breakfast||1:52|
|14||Off To Work||0:45|
|17||Morning Blues Again||1:11|
|18||When All The Laughter Dies In Sorrow||1:03|
|20||Once Upon A Time...||2:34|
|22||The Approaching Storm||6:26|
|23||Man vs. Man: The End||1:33|
- Producer – James William Guercio
NotesOriginally released in 1971.
The following sets of tracks were meant to be played continuously:
5-10: TRAVEL SUITE
13-17: AN HOUR IN THE SHOWER
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 8122-76173-2 5
- Matrix / Runout: Y19906 3 R2 76173-2 02 *MZ S1
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 2V2M
|C2 30110||Chicago||Chicago III (2xLP, Album, San)||Columbia||C2 30110||US||1971|
|8122-76173-2||Chicago||Chicago III (CD, Album, RE, RM, Unofficial)||Rhino Records||8122-76173-2||Russia||2015|
|S 66260||Chicago||Chicago III (2xLP, Album, Gat)||Columbia||S 66260||Spain||1971|
|C2 30110||Chicago||Chicago III (LP, Album, RM)||Columbia||C2 30110||US||Unknown|
|QCA 30110||Chicago||Chicago III (2x8-Trk, Album, Quad, Sli)||Columbia||QCA 30110||US||1974|
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Chicago III is the third studio album by American rock band Chicago and was released in 1971. It was the band's third consecutive double album of new studio material in less than two years. In the wake of the enormous worldwide success of their second album, Chicago spent almost all of 1970 on the road, an exhausting undertaking. Former drummer Danny Seraphine, described the members of the band as "fatigued and road-weary" when they went into the studio to record the album.
Chicago's third effort, much like the preceding two, was initially issued as a double LP, and is packed with a combination of extended jams as well as progressive and equally challenging pop songs. Their innovative sound was the result of augmenting the powerful rock & roll quartet with a three-piece brass section - the members of whom are all consummate soloists. Once again, the group couples that with material worthy of its formidable skills. In the wake of the band's earlier powerhouse successes, Chicago III has perhaps been unrightfully overshadowed. The bulk of the release. In the wake of the 1970 Chicago album's enormous worldwide success, Chicago spent almost all of 1970 on the road, an exhaustive undertaking. When the band came to record Chicago III in the middle of the year - which producer James William Guercio had already determined would be another double - they were.
Chicago III was the band’s third consecutive double album in less than two years, and the third to go platinum or beyond. The album scored hits with Free and Lowdown and took on a more serious tone than their two previous releases. Chicago III was the first album to feature a Roman Numeral in the title, which later marked most of the group’s releases. Cover Design: Tattered Flag Track Listing: Sing a Mean Tune Kid.
BPM Profile Chicago III. Album starts at 96BPM, ends at 140BPM (+44), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Chicago. Chicago XXXVI: Now. 2014. Chicago XXXV: The Nashville Sessions. Chicago XXXII: Stone of Sisyphus. Chicago XXV: The Christmas Album.
Chicago III arrived in stores on Jan. 11, 1971, just a little less than a year after the band's previous release, and collected more than 71 minutes of music over a sprawling four-sided effort that ran the gamut from the bluesy, funk-fueled opening track, "Sing a Mean Tune Kid," to the more experimental sounds of cuts like the instrumental passage "Free Country. Any album with this many items on the agenda can't help but feel a little shaggy at times, and Chicago III is, admittedly, not the tightest entry in the group's catalog.