Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Lake Shore Drive
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock, Classic Rock
John Jeremiah, Mitch Aliotta, Skip Haynes, Aliotta Haynes & Jeremiah is the 1970s Chicago trio with good vocal presentation! Is it just a coincidence that the initials L.S.D. have been used to denote this major St. Louis... more »
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John Jeremiah, Mitch Aliotta, Skip Haynes, Aliotta Haynes & Jeremiah is the 1970s Chicago trio with good vocal presentation! Is it just a coincidence that the initials L.S.D. have been used to denote this major St. Louis classic song? From Quicksilver Recordings.
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Susan Leigh | Arlington, VA | 06/14/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I've had the Lp for a thousand years, but no longer have a turntable. I missed listening to some of the definitive music of my earlier life, so what a treat it was to find this CD. I remember going to see AH&J at Ratso's in Chicago. Rarely missed a gig. AH&J vocals were the best and showed what music is really about. AH&J deserve to be more widely appreciated and anyone who has this CD should buy another copy for a friend. Skip, if you read this, I think of you often and I hope you're well. LA wasn't it."
I can't believe I finally found it on CD !!!
Susan Leigh | 10/17/1999
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I've got a POOR copy of Lake Shore Drive from when I was stationed at Great Lakes in the mid 80's. I taped it from "Magic 104.1 FM" (do they even exist anymore?) with a cheap "boom box", and I notice a loss of quality every time I listen to it. L.S.Drive and the Cubs are backbone of Chicago, and this song brings back great memories every time I hear it....................."
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wordman | Edmond, OK USA | 03/30/2005
(3 out of 5 stars)
"As a Chicago native, the song "Lake Shore Drive" has a very, very special place in my heart, so I'm glad to have it in my collection at long last. It's difficult to put into words what magical summer memories the song evokes.
The sound quality is abysmal on at least one cut on this CD: "For Eddy" includes an intermittent hiss that sounds like it was recorded directly off an LP. I checked - you can't hear it on the song sample here at Amazon.
And the CD includes no liner notes of any kind. Surely *something* could have been written about this group's career.
For those reasons, and believe me, it pains me deeply to do so, I give this CD three stars."