Chicago – Full Concert – 07/21/70 – Tanglewood (OFFICIAL)



Chicago – Full Concert
Recorded Live: 7/21/1970 – Tanglewood (Lenox, MA)

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Setlist:
0:00:00 – In The Country
0:06:51 – Free Form Piano
0:11:21 – Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?
0:15:14 – 25 or 6 to 4
0:22:17 – Poem for the People
0:27:56 – I Don’t Want Your Money
0:33:02 – Mother
0:38:48 – It Better End Soon
0:53:27 – Beginnings
1:00:13 – Ballet For A Girl In Buchannon (Make Me Smile) / So Much To Say, So Much To Give
1:06:53 – Colour My World / Make Me Smile
1:13:05 – I’m a Man
1:21:33 – Bill Graham Closing Announcements

Personnel:
Robert Lamm – keyboards, lead vocals
Terry Kath – guitar, lead vocals
Peter Cetera – bass, lead vocals
James Pankow – trombone, percussion
Lee Loughnane – trumpet, percussio, background vocals
Walter Parazaider – woodwinds, percussion, background vocals
Daniel Seraphine – drums

42 comments

  1. If Terry Kath hadn't died he would been hailed as the greatest guitarist of all time. It makes my heart happy to see these guys grooving on the music and each other.

  2. ホーンが格好いい。
    テリー・キャスの髪、さらっさら!もちろん演奏も素晴らしいですよ!
    The horn section is cool.
    Terry Kath's hair is silky.
    Of course his performance is wonderful!

  3. Some say more cowbell – I say more brass, please.
    P.S. I was in Lenox, MA that summer – going on 12. Too young and dumb to go to the concert. Chicago was everywhere and always on the radio. The brass did it for me, still does.

  4. I am guessing that Bobby's "Free Form Piano" was trying to give the backstage engineers time to "get rid of the buzz"…. Then they dove right into an epic Does Anybody Know What Time It Is….

  5. Geez Louise, I always thought Chicago had like 138 band members! Kath was an absolute monster axe slinger. RIP.

  6. You know back in the day, the 70 s I knew Chicago, was good. But now in retrospect I have to say in my opinion they are the greatest American rock group ever. They had the horns, the greatest guitar player , 3 great singers, keyboardist and great drummer.

  7. Terry Kath is one of the greatest rock guitarists ever. Only those of us on this comment thread would ever acknowledge that. Vastly unappreciated.

  8. There’s no way any music fan can watch this concert and not agree…this band at this time was as good as rock n roll gets.

  9. They made their own Percussion in the beginning of this song with Terry Kath on vocals that Robert Lamm would carry on for Terry!

  10. This is a privilege to see this outstanding performance by Chicago when they were in their prime! I wish we had Bands like Chicago in today's time; I feel so sorry for this current generation.

  11. Ok, Coffee and beer go well together! Why? Well, Caffeine moderates cyclic adenosine mono-phosphate (AMP), and alcohol is why we have such beautiful children! 😆

  12. HOLY SHITTT!! That's about all i got. I was not alive back then, but I've always loved older Chicago. This is amazing, THANK YOU!

  13. While Highschooling I was the stock boy at a
    high-end home electronics store which had a small record department which used those record bins with the albums mounted on the top to promote them. One of those LPs was the CTA album which no one, including me, had never heard. Being from Detroit I didn't think a band from Chicago was anything special but after a month of seeing the cover I decided to give it a listen. Mind blown/expanded.

  14. Amen Brothers. Right up there with the Beatles. Chicago transformed modern fusion music in to what it is today. God Bless these guys!!

  15. I went to see yo-yo ma at Tanglewood, years ago. Lovely setting. I love Chicago. I was in HS in the 70s and they were so popular.

  16. Terry Kath the driving force, but I'm a man blew me and my future wife away when we saw them at UCONN in '70. Unique at the time.

  17. What a talented singer, what an amazing guitarist, what an incendiary musician Terry Kath was. The whole band is kicking.knew it since decades, still have the CTA 69 disc on vinyl….

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