Data recovery software cost encryption works on reset my laptop a stream of bytes. That is, it takes an array of bytes and outputs another array of bytes. Images are also just an array of bytes. Let's say, that you want your GPS device to be more mobile instead of it being only accessible from your car or boat. Perhaps you just want someone else to install a GPS device in your cell…Continue
Added by Cassie Wu on February 15, 2017 at 6:14pm — No Comments
Added by Shannon Denise on January 31, 2017 at 2:03pm — No Comments
Some might have seen this on Facebook, and I wanted to share here too, an essay I wrote called "Jimmy Pankow's Opus: Ballet For A Girl In Buchannon." Now I would really love to know what Jimmy's original titles were for all the movements, something he talks about in the movie. Colour My World was the only movement which didn't have a baroque-inspired titled.
Every time Chicago plays “Ballet For A Girl In Buchannon” live onstage, the audience is treated to hearing a rock masterpiece…Continue
Added by Stephanie Carta on January 6, 2017 at 6:00pm — No Comments
Added by Chicago-Admin on November 28, 2015 at 6:00pm — No Comments
"A Man and a Woman" (Francis Lai)This is a remixed/duet -Robert Lamm with Marina Celeste of Nouvelle Vague!
Recently, I purchased the 2cd set "The Atlantic Albums" by England Dan and John Ford Coley. Inside the liner notes, John Ford Coley recalls, "....All those acts of the day that we came across, Three Dog Night, Bread, the Carpenters, Elton, Carole King, CHICAGO, they all treated us so good and really helped us along."
I thought a nice thank you to a group that I feel the same way about.....Chicago!!
Added by Jim Solem on July 25, 2015 at 3:07pm — No Comments
Any comments on Chicago adding "Street Player" to the line-up on this past week's live Yahoo concert from Az?
"Chicago 13", from where the song came, probably (I'm guessing) one of the lowest selling "first-run" albums, with no big hits, and having Donnie Dacus on lead. A fan since '69, personally, I could think of a lot of other "obscure" songs to add to the line-up: e.g.: "Lowdown"; "Flight 602", "Something In This City...", "Byblos", and one of my favorites, though not very…Continue
Added by Jerry A Maffia on July 24, 2015 at 1:02pm — No Comments
Added by Jean D. Albini on July 13, 2015 at 4:10pm — No Comments
coming from Fort Lauderdale, FL. to see you guys in Vegas. Maybe give us a shout. LOL
Added by Chicago-Admin on July 1, 2015 at 9:31am — No Comments
I always say each time I go to a Chicago concert "the band continues to get better and better". Due to personal reasons, I had not seen them in a few years. Thursday night's concert blew me away. What an absolute joy to sit through 25 amazing songs. They were unbelievably good and absolutely incredible. Better than ever!
They opened with "Introduction". It is the first time I had seen the entire song in concert. Let's put it this way...I hope they always open with that song.…Continue
I'm new the Chicago The Band Music Community. I've been a loyal Chicago fan since the day I bought the "Chicago Transit Authority" album back in the early seventies when it was released. I'm retired military, and they have been there with me through high school, many military deployments, marriage, divorce, marriage again, children, and grandchildren. It's amazing how so many of the songs I grew up with and went through life with still…Continue
Good job Lee with the ice bucket challenge... way to go and whose next? Did you pass on the challenge?
I saw my favorite band in Raleigh this past Saturday night. I drove 5 hrs to see them. It was worth every mile. I saw them in May at Harrah's Cherokee. They are the best band of all time for me. They make me so happy every time I hear one of their songs. I grew up listening to them and still enjoy them as much as I did in the 70's when I first know who they were. I am so happy the merchandise has come out. For the past few years I had been trying to get shirts, posters and such. I would love…Continue
I want to say Chicago has been loved by me for 42 years. I loved them as a child! They got me through my divorce in 1981 and it was so hard because I still loved my ex-husband. He went to Embry- Riddle, in Daytona Beach, Florida for 4 years and guess who typed his reports. Well, single life attracted him and left a 1 year old and me by the sidelines. Well, I have always put myself on the line for others and I probably would do it again. My friend and I went to Phoenix, Arizona last year. My…Continue
Hello Chicago Fans, I know many of you are musicians and have accumulated sheet music over the years of our favorite band. I lost the Complete Works Sketch Scores for Chicago Transit Authroity, Chicago II and III in a move in 1978. Alas, I am having trouble finding a credible source to buy/borrow or get "gifted" one. I still have my Chicago V, VI, VII and VIII original sketch scores. So within the appropriate way of securing one, please advise if anyone has one. I'd be willing to…Continue
Added by Keri on August 19, 2014 at 8:50pm — No Comments
Happy Birthday Keith
Added by David Colarocco on August 19, 2014 at 1:24pm — No Comments
Does anyone know where i can buy an old school "Chicago" t-shirt?
i have been to Departments stores..Kohls, Wallyworld .Target..see lots
Beatles, The Who., Stones. but no Chicago
I really do not want to go online. but I will if no chance
Added by thomas john jankowski on August 16, 2014 at 8:18pm — No Comments
Really looking forward to next week's show in Atl. The band has been at Verizon in Alpharetta the last couple of tours and front row seats are great, but were below stage level which made it hard to see the entire stage, even while standing. Seats at Chastain are back farther, as there is a "table set-up" with season table ticket holders closest to the stage. The Fab Club tix are as close as possible and I appreciate that.
Here's hoping they don't confiscate my camera at…Continue
Added by Rich Nuckolls on August 16, 2014 at 7:10am — No Comments