CHICAGO | CHICAGO V (180 GRAM AUDIOPHILE VINYL/LIMITED EDITION/GATEFOLD COVER)
THIS ITEM IS CURRENTLY OUT OF STOCK. WE ANTICIPATE HAVING THIS ITEM IN AGAIN SHORTLY.
Chicago V was another huge multi-platinum plus smash for Chicago. Featuring the original award winning line-up of Robert Lamm (lead vocals/keyboards), Peter Cetera (lead vocals/bass), Terry Kath (lead vocals/guitars), the legendary horns of Lee Loughnane (trumpet), Walter Parazaider (saxophone/woodwinds), James Pankow (trombone) plus Danny Seraphine (drums), Chicago V is undoubtedly one of their biggest selling albums and is also one of the most revered offerings in their huge catalog. Buoyed by the success of huge hit singles like Saturday In The Park and Dialogue (Part One & Part Two), their fifth album was filled of with more smashes like the power driven opener A Hit By Verése, the hard rocker State Of The Union and the fan favorite All Is Well. Many of the fine tunes on this well crafted album also feature the sorely missed vocals and guitar of Terry Kath, where he truly shines on tracks like the funk infused hits Dialogue (Part One & Part Two) and his ballad and album closer Alma Mater, both of which make this fine album even more of a treasure trove of classic rock enjoyment. Friday Music is very honored to continue the CHICAGO 180 GRAM AUDIOPHILE VINYL SERIES with their masterpiece Chicago V. Mastered impeccably from the original Chicago Records master tapes by Joe Reagoso at Friday Music Studios and Capitol Records in Hollywood, CA, with the supervision of Chicago’s Lee Loughnane, this album is truly a thrilling first time audiophile vinyl release. For this special limited edition, we have also included the spendid album cover in gatefold style for the first time since it was released in 1972, complete with the lyrics and of course the great music your will always remember from this historic release. Chicago V from Chicago... on impeccable first time 180 Gram Audiophile Vinyl... exclusively from your friends at Friday Music... Saturday In The Park... I Think It Was The 4th Of July!