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And you thought they were just a Chicago tribute band?


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I'm listening on laptop speakers but it sounds to me like doubling the horns with synth. I'm not sure what you're implying â faking? Between this and the comments on the Nightfly video thread I'm starting to wonder â doesn't anyone just enjoy listening to well-made music anymore? :)
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I agree, they are doubling the horns using a synth brass patch. Always works well with any instrument, like layering life strings with synth ones too.
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I'd already seen other stuff from them a few years back, but still think their skills and voices are best matched to the pre-Warner Brother (David Foster) Chicago material, and especially the Terry Kath era.

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I'd already seen other stuff from them a few years back, but still think their skills and voices are best matched to the pre-Warner Brother (David Foster) Chicago material, and especially the Terry Kath era.

 

To me at least, that's the only Chicago that ever really WAS Chicago.....

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I'd already seen other stuff from them a few years back, but still think their skills and voices are best matched to the pre-Warner Brother (David Foster) Chicago material, and especially the Terry Kath era.

 

To me at least, that's the only Chicago that ever really WAS Chicago.....

 

My freshman year in college, I had a roommate with a very nice stereo system that only owned about five LPs, which he played incessantly. One of them was Chicago 13. That year was a very specific type of hell.

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