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    Terry Kath played Ovation acoustics on a lot of Chicago albums...

    Yes, Terry Kath is known as quite one of the most obscure Telecaster players, but he owned and played many guitars, including Gibson SGs, a Gibson L5, a Les Paul, and a naturally finished 1963 Strat. However, Terry proved good on acoustic guitars, too--he allegedly owned a Resonator Dobro...
  2. black_doug

    Otis Clay

    Would have turned 80 on February 11th. I got to hear him in 2014, in Toronto, before he passed in 2016. Post your fave songs by him. Here's one that Bob Seger made famous:
  3. Archtop Bill

    Chicago Terry’s Last Stand

    Stumbled across this while looking for Chicago’s Stone of Sisyphus to download at work: It sounds to be a 1977 two night benefit concert hosted by no other than Geraldo Rivera. While it was not necessarily Terry Kath’s last couple of concerts...
  4. black_doug

    Muddy Waters - Walkin' Thru The Park

    One of my favourites from the great Muddy Waters. He certainly had a flair for lyrics. Some day soon I'll be out walkin' with my baby.
  5. wyclif

    Otis Rush, 1934-2018

    Otis Rush, a founder of Chicago's West Side blues sound, dead at 84: Ironically, I was just listening to his Cobra recordings the other day! Sad to hear he's gone.
  6. GoldDeluxe5E3

    Terry Kath; Lost Great. Can I Get a "AMEN"?

    Ran across this video today of Chicago in 1970. It's actually a wake-up video about how incredible their guitarist was.
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    Isolated Terry Kath

    Found this today. Drums, lead vocal, bass and Terry Kath on 25 or 6 to4