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The Gary Burton Quartet, Live in Tokyo: A six-pack of tracks released in 1971 to document Burton and company’s then-recent jaunt to Japan. If it sounds like an EP from the number of songs, don’t kid yourself: there’s not a single selection that comes in at under five minutes in length.
Digital Underground, Sons of the P: When you’ve had a hit single as popular as “The Humpty Dance,” it’s always hard to figure out a way to match its success, let alone top it, so Digital Underground just kept on doing what they’d already been doing. Sons of the P definitely didn’t soar to the same heights as its predecessor, Sex Packets, but it did score a couple of hits (“Kiss You Back” and “No Nose Job”) and served to extend the group’s time in the spotlight. If you liked what you heard on their debut but never got around to checking out their sophomore effort, it’s never too late.
Their lineup may have changed here and there, but Chicago has been going strong for well over four decades now, and it doesn't look like have any immediate intentions to stop. During this formidable rock 'n' roll run, the band has - as you know (or certainly might reasonably expect) - released a significant number of studio albums, and now we've compiled all of them into two conveniently-packaged box sets.
Yes, that is a lot of Chicago. But if you like Chicago, that's hardly a bad thing, now, is it?