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Jazz Rock/Fusion

2.61 | 89 ratings

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2 stars First, let me tell you how I obtained this album. A local college radio station had a show every Sunday evening where the DJs had a contest for "The Worst Song Ever". Callers would nominate songs, and then vote for which one was the worst (previous winning songs could not be nominated again). I won for nominating The Safety Dance. The winner was allowed to go into the room with all the albums they had that no one wanted to play, and with the lights out, pick ten albums. Woo hoo!

Anyway, by this time Chicago had dropped nearly any semblance of a jazz rock band. The songs are pop, funk, even a little country and proto-disco. The closest they come to their jazz rock roots is Feelin' Stronger Every Day, and maybe the light Just You And Me.

Evolver | 2/5 |


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