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Chicago Transit Authority by Chicago

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Chicago Transit Authority

Chicago

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Album

Chicago Transit Authority

Chicago

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Label: Rhino
Chicago's first album, when they were still known as Chicago Transit Authority, CTA remained on the charts for a whopping 171 weeks and yielded the hits "Beginnings," "Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?" and "Questions 67 and 68." Featuring the propulsive, horn-laden jazz rock of their early material and marked by the vocals of doomed guitarist Terry Kath, the album is a concoction of soul, jazz and rock that may not sound much like "If You Leave Me Now" but does point to the band's prolific, commercially successful future.

About This Album

Chicago's first album, when they were still known as Chicago Transit Authority, CTA remained on the charts for a whopping 171 weeks and yielded the hits "Beginnings," "Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?" and "Questions 67 and 68." Featuring the propulsive, horn-laden jazz rock of their early material and marked by the vocals of doomed guitarist Terry Kath, the album is a concoction of soul, jazz and rock that may not sound much like "If You Leave Me Now" but does point to the band's prolific, commercially successful future.

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About This Album

Chicago's first album, when they were still known as Chicago Transit Authority, CTA remained on the charts for a whopping 171 weeks and yielded the hits "Beginnings," "Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?" and "Questions 67 and 68." Featuring the propulsive, horn-laden jazz rock of their early material and marked by the vocals of doomed guitarist Terry Kath, the album is a concoction of soul, jazz and rock that may not sound much like "If You Leave Me Now" but does point to the band's prolific, commercially successful future.