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Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?
Anyone who grew up listening to Chicago, particularly the seminal CTA and Chicago II and III (and, of course, the unforgettable Chicago IV Live at Carnegie Hall) would appreciate this perspective of Danny Seraphine, the uniquely talented drummer who gave the band its distinctive rhythm. The title, "Street Player" doesn't have the cachet to describe Seraphine's extraordinary and intelligent drumming/
What did you like best about this story?
Learning, for the first time, just how important Terry Kath was to the foundation of the band's sound; as much as I loved the brass arrangements (having played in a Chicago/BS &T cover band during the early '70s), Seraphine is generous in the credit he gives to Kath's gifts as a lead guitarist.
What does Rick Zieff bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
Zieff's performance (excuse the pun) hits all the right notes. It's easy to forget that it isn't the author speaking directly to the listener/reader.
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Refreshingly honest. No victims or villains. Just people being people. Great historical context. Highly recommend for any fan a a truly great , extremely underrated band !
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