Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Much better than you might expect
(3 out of 5 stars)
"This is one of the innumerable releases of Chicago's performance at the Toronto Rock n Roll Festival in 1969.I have already commented on this elsewhere (see under the title "Chicago" on the Classic World label). Without repeating myself too much...
The sound quality is not exactly pristine, but still listenable. The real reason to own this album, if you prefer Chicago's 1969-72 period, is Terry Kath's performances on `Introduction', `25 or 6 to 4' and `Questions 67 and 68' - in particular the last two tunes which are not only superior to their studio incarnations, they may in fact be the best versions ever. (The guitar intro on this version of `Questions' is one of my absolute favorite Chicago-moments). Another highlight is the performance of `Beginnings', which on many reissues is confused with `Introduction' - hunt high and low for a reissue with all eight songs intact!
(Note: I used the Kids Review form due to a technical error which erased the regular form. I am in fact ghengisadonis, aged twenty-something)."