Dialogue" is a song written by Robert Lamm for the group Chicago and recorded for their album Chicago V (1972). On the album the song is over 7 minutes long and is divided in two parts. Billboard Hot 100. In Part I, the song's lyrics are a dialogue between two young people with different views
Album, 1970, Columbia Records, Rhino Records. Re-Issue in 2002 by Rhino Records with two bonustracks. 1. Movin' in. 2. The Road. 3. Poem for the People. 11. A Song for Richard and His Friends. 12. Mississippi Delta City Blues. 13. Dialogue (Part I and II). Узнать больше. Live, 1972, CBS Records, Chicago Records. Re-issue in 1996 by Chicago Records. Now that You've Gone. Album, 1973, Columbia Records, Rhino Records.
Dialogue (Part I & II)" Released: October 1972. This album was mixed and released in both stereo and quadraphonic.
Dialogue (Part I) Lyrics. Are you optimistic About the way that things are going? No, I never ever think of it at all. Don't you ever worry When you see what's going down? Well, I try to mind my business That is, no business at all. When it's time to function As a feeling human being Will your Bachelor of Arts help you get by? I hope to study further A few more years or so I also hope to keep a steady high Oh oooh
Dialogue" is a two-part song on Chicago's album Chicago V. It was written by Chicago founder Robert Lamm. The song takes the form of a debate of sorts, with two characters discussing the state of the world and all the troubles in it in 1972, with opposite roles taken by vocalists Terry Kath and Peter Cetera. I grin from ear to ear every time I hear it. Jon from NjThe abrupt ending is symbolic of Censorship. The Dialogue is largely about the crazy politically-driven decisions being made in the 70s. And that censorship happens when one speaks out and makes too much anti-government noise. Speak up too loud and too long?
Dialogue (Part I & II). This song is by Chicago and appear. n the album Chicago V (1972). on the album The Heart of Chicago 1967-1998 Volume II (1998). on the compilation album The Very Best of Chicago: Only the Beginning (2002). Are you optimistic 'bout the way things are going?No, I never ever think of it at all. Don't you ever worryWhen you see what's going down? No, I try to mind my business, that is, no business at all.
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|A||Dialogue (Part I & II)
Written-By – R. Lamm*
|B||Now That You've Gone
Written-By – J. Pankow*
- Producer – James William Guercio
|CBS S 8479||Chicago||Dialogue (Part 1 & 2) (7", Single)||CBS||CBS S 8479||Germany||1972|
|13-33241||Chicago||Dialogue (Part 1 & 2) / Saturday In The Park (7", Single)||Columbia||13-33241||US||Unknown|
|CBS 8479||Chicago||Dialogue (Part 1 & 2) (7", Single)||CBS||CBS 8479||Netherlands||1972|
|CBS S 8479||Chicago||Dialogue (Part 1 & 2) (7", Single)||CBS||CBS S 8479||Portugal||1973|
|4-45717||Chicago||Dialogue (Part I & II) (7", Single, Styrene, Ter)||Columbia||4-45717||US||1972|