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25 Or 6 To 4 - Various - Fill Your Head With Rock

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  1. So, 'waiting for the break of day, searching for something to say, flashing lights against the sky' - there was a neon sign across the city. That song came from the fact that it was 25 or 6 to 4 a.m. in the morning when I looked at my watch - I was looking for a line to finish the chorus.
  2. Foghat are a British rock band that had their peak success in the mid-to-lates. Their style can be described as "blues-rock", or boogie-rock, dominated by electric and electric slide guitar. The band has achieved 8 gold records, one platinum and one double platinum records. The band had far more success in the United States than home in.
  3. Jul 25,  · Kath's solo on Lamm's "25 or 6 to 4" will always hold a special place for me. The album version of this song from Chicago II, in which he really lets it wail, is pure rock & roll heaven. I’m not conversant enough about the nuances of guitar playing to analyze what he is doing on “25 or 6 to 4” but to me it’s an original solo whose.
  4. Dec 11,  · As a tribute to the one of the greatest bands in the world! “Без 25 или без 26 минут 4” - Леонид и друзья (кавер-версия группы Чикаго) В.
  5. Later shortening their name to just Chicago, the band would soon go on to become one of the top rock bands during the following decade. Kath's fine guitar chops could be sampled on such Chicago hits as "25 or 6 to 4" (from 's Chicago II) as well as the lesser-known "Free Form Guitar" (off Chicago's self-titled debut).
  6. "Long before their days as a huge power ballad band, Chicago managed to fuse pop, rock and jazz together perfectly. Led by the powerful pipes of Peter Cetera, the masterful guitar work of Terry Kath, the fantastic keyboard work and vocals of Robert Lamm and one hell of a brass section, the band managed to hit huge success.
  7. The 25 or 6 to 4 similarity is pretty remote - for a real rip off, listen to "He's So Fine"/"My Sweet Lord"! Mike from Ontario, Canada Pants - You're thinking of "Blackwater side" and that wasn't a piece written by Briggs, it was a rendition of someone elses work. I'm not sure who wrote the original arrangements, but thats the problem with some.

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