Okay, so I played Left A Good Job In The City.<quoted text>
I didn't really pay attention to the details of the artwork.
The audience is so good that it really doesn't matter.
At least the pics were taken at the MSG engagements.
Maybe, they knew it because it was sold with "Double Chicago"
My copy of the MSG show was packaged along with the 1977 concerts.
But wait until you hear it.
Good as it gets sound and an amazing performance.
I'm picky about details too but I can hardly complain.
It is an incredible sounding release.
Excellent show indeed, but I was disappointed by the sound quality. I'd give it 6/10 at best. For all the rave reviews about the sound, I didn't think it lived up to expectations. Sounds lousy on headphones, but okay on speakers. Sorry, but can't agree with you on "good as it gets sound"; there are much better audience tapes out there.
Still, a brilliant show.
Also played Midnight Delight, another great show, nice to hear the whole thing. I played the August 19 1975 DS again after what you said, but it's also a good show.
Picked up Chicago Double Strike this morning at a store in Sydney. Again, disappointing sound, especially seeing as both shows were recorded in great quality (three tracks were featured on the Final Curtain boxed set, and the sound on those was perfect).