Friday, June 25, 2010


I have had a love/hate affair with Chicago for the past 40-plus years.

I think a lot of their music is little more than pap. However, some of what they've put out I've found to be outstanding.

This particular song was a hit for them in February 1975, when it reached #13 on the Hot 100. Yes, it is about one of our most popular presidents.

For some unknown reason, you will never find it on any of their greatest hits albums, it is never played on the radio, it is never played in concert, and it is never spoken about when talking about the best things they ever did.

But it is, and here it is.

Chicago - Harry Truman.mp3
Chicago - Till We Meet Again.mp3


  1. Kind of reminds me of "Industrial Disease" by Dire Straits. I was surprised that this song didn't appear on any of their Greatest Hits (that I've seen). I have no idea how it charted, but it did get lots of air play back in the day.

  2. It reached #13 on the Hot 100, so it did pretty well. I always liked this song, but I just don't understand why it has "forgotten oldies" status today. Twenty years from now, will anyone sing "Barack Obama"? Who knows, but at least they will have this reference point.



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