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Chicago - "Dialogue"

Chicago Dialogue

Release Type: User
Audio Type: Single-track
Reductions: Yes (Auto/CAT)
Pitched Vocals: Yes
Vocals Gender: Male (3)

Pro Keys:
Pro Guitar:
Pro Bass:

Author Notes

[b]GUITAR: [b][b]narutostarwars123456[/b][/b][b][b][b][b][b][b] /[b][url="http://pksage.com/ccc/IPS/index.php?/user/6633-bearzunlimited/"]BearzUnlimited[/url][/b][/b][/b][/b][/b][/b][/b][/b]
[b]5 LANE KEYS[/b][b]: [url="http://pksage.com/ccc/IPS/index.php?/user/8229-anglebracket/"]anglebracket[/url][/b]
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[b]This is the 2nd most well know track from the album.
Part one is a duet between Terry Kath and Peter Cetera.
An edited version of the song was released as a single in October 1972, eventually reaching #24 on the U.S. [url="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Billboard_Hot_100"]Billboard Hot 100[/url].[/b][/b][/b][/b]


July 8, 2017

Wondering if you should download this song? Do it. Why?




On bass, four stars and and breaking combo have never felt so good. AJ went above and beyond with the venue customization for this song, and rightfully so, because what a great song! I don't recall ever hearing this track before, and that's a shame, because it's really a great jam on multiple levels. Great lyrics, great vocals, a fun bass part, and watching the avatars play it in Rock Band is just so cool.


However, I must say I think AJ actually might have made a mistake on this one. Maybe. There was one note on bass that was an orange that really felt like it should have been somewhere to the left of the plastic fret board. It was fairly early in the song, but it felt... wrong. I realize perhaps it simulated switching strings, but after playing so many songs on bass and so many of AJ's customs and so many of his Chicago customs in particular, that one felt a bit odd. Ain't no reason not to download and enjoy this song, though! Don't take it that way... I just need to lower AJ a peg after the stupendous job he did creating this. Can't have him getting a big head, after all. :)


This song will not only be remaining in my library and played not irregularly, but I want to listen to it outside of Rock Band, which is a compliment to the band and AJ's taste in music. Oh, and did I mention there's a bass solo? (actually, that might have been another Chicago song I just played, because I've been marathoning them... AJ, care to comment?)


Guitar is pretty damn tricky overall, but I found the solos (which are numerous and long) to be easier than the rest of the song and really, really fun, even if they were challenging! It helps that the song is so awesome that I don't mind getting my butt kicked.


So what are you waiting for? Treat yo'self.