Rated 5 out of 5★ by 4reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5★ by AWTIII The Real Chicago Transit Authority Remaster Not! Especially not David Foster. Unless you have a turntable & the original this is as good as it gets. We lost another Guitar God with the passing of Terry Kath in 78. So sit back, listen & enjoy some powerfull Rock n Roll in the true sense of the meaning. 12/27/2010
Rated 5 out of 5★ by BosoxFan One of the best Chicago Transit Authority or now known simply as Chicago. This CD came out in 1969 and is still popular today. It is rated as one of the best debut albums ever released. Top hits like Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is and Beginnings started Chicago strong. Add to them songs like Questions 67 & 68 and Terry Kath's Freeform Guitar (BTW, Jimi Hendrix told Walt Parazadier (Clarinet) that his lead guitarist (Terry Kath) is better than he is should tell you how good a guitarist Kath was), helped to round out a great album. A lot of new Chicago fans may not have even heard of this album but if you like Chicago at all, I recommend you pick this one up and make it part of your collection. 09/27/2007
Rated 5 out of 5★ by Cartpusherlance Chicago's Best Album This is the best album made by the popular rockband The music is really peppy and combinesjazz with rock, a must have album. 03/04/2009