Chicago Transit Authority (now known as Chicago) recorded a cover version of "I'm a Man" for their 1969 debut album, The Chicago Transit Authority. When the band's popularity surged after their second album, "I'm a Man" was released as the B-side to a re-release of "Questions 67 and 68". Radio stations ended up playing both sides, and "I'm a Man" reached on the . Chicago's cover arrangement features a. .
Chicago Transit Authority is the self-titled debut album by the Chicago-based rock band Chicago Transit Authority, later known as Chicago. It was recorded and released in 1969. For this inaugural recording effort the group was nominated for a Grammy Award for 1969 Best New Artist of the Year. The album was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in 2014.
Album I’m a Man. I’m a Man Lyrics.
The band dropped the "Transit Authority" and became known as simply "Chicago" on their second album in 1970, which was the first album to carry their trademark logo. CHICAGO II yielded some of the group's most enduring hits, which came from Pankow's suite "Ballet For A Girl In Buchannon," emulating the form of the great classical composers from a pop perspective. The album peaked at on the Billboard charts. Their 1971 release CHICAGO III peaked at driven by the success of the tracks "Free" and "Lowdown. These three classic Chicago albums can now be experienced from a new perspective with remastered sound and expanded liner notes.
Chicago Bounce (Recorded live in Copenhagen, Denmark, November 1963).
Chicago - I'm A Man Songtexte.
|A||I'm A Man|
|B||Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?|
|4715||Chicago||I'm A Man (7", Single)||CBS||4715||UK||1969|
|4715||Chicago||I'm A Man (7", Sol)||CBS||4715||UK||1969|
|4715||Chicago||I'm A Man (7", Single, Promo)||CBS||4715||UK||1969|
|4715||Chicago||I'm A Man (7", Single)||CBS||4715||Norway||1970|
|BA 301268||Chicago||I'm A Man (7", Single)||CBS||BA 301268||Greece||Unknown|