Jeff Buckley – Lover, You Should’ve Come Over (from Live In Chicago)

“Lover, You Should’ve Come Over” performed live in Chicago during his 1995 Mystery White Boy tour at Cabaret Metro.

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Grace is the only complete studio album by Jeff Buckley, released on August 1994. The two-disc Legacy Edition also featured a DVD including a documentary and videos for “Grace”, “Last Goodbye”, “So Real”, “Eternal Life” (the “road version”) and “Forget Her”. Disc One features the original album newly remastered for a new sonically rich, crisp sound not heard before. Disc Two features previously unreleased live recordings & material recorded during the Grace sessions, including the highly sought-after track “Forget Her.” Grace (Legacy Edition) also includes a bonus DVD featuring a newlyexpanded version of the original Grace documentary (included on the Live In Chicago DVD), now titled “The Making Of Grace.”

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Chicago – Will You Still Love Me? (Extended Version)

Written by David Foster, Tom Keane and Richard Baskin for the group Chicago and recorded for their album Chicago 18 (1986).
Remastered – 2016

Chicago – You’re The Inspiration (1998)

From “Chicago 17” album. A nice ballad sung by Jason Scheff. Recorded in Boston, Massachusetts.

The Steve Bartman Incident

Chicago fan Steve Bartman interferes with Moises Alou, extending Luis Castillo’s at bat

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Chicago Bulls Introduction

97 bulls introduction. no doubt the best introduction ever

Sharay Reed @ Chicago Gospel Musician Jam

This is Sharay Reed grooving “Joy to the World”- 4 years after the first one! Check out Sharay’s Channel as well: ChicagoBassed
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* Sharay Reed’s New Album “Worlds” is available now on cdbaby, iTunes. and on his website.

The Night Chicago Died

Daddy was a cop On the east side of Chicago Back in the U S A Back in the bad old days
In the heat of a summer night In the land of the dollar bill When the town of Chicago died And they talk about it still
When a man named Al Capone Tried to make that town his own And he called his gang to war With the forces of the law
I heard my mama cry I heard her pray the night Chicago died Brother what a night it really was Brother what a fight it really was, glory be
I heard my mama cry I heard her pray the night Chicago died Brother what a night the people saw Brother what a fight the people saw, yes indeed
And the sound of the battle rang Through the streets of the old east side ‘Til the last of the hoodlum gang Had surrendered up or died
There was shouting in the street And the sound of running feet And I asked someone who said ‘Bout a hundred cops are dead
I heard my mama cry I heard her pray the night Chicago died Brother what a night it really was Brother what a fight it really was, glory be
I heard my mama cry I heard her pray the night Chicago died Brother what a night the people saw Brother what a fight the people saw, yes indeed
Then there was no sound at all But the clock upon the wall
Then the door burst open wide And my daddy stepped inside And he kissed my mama’s face And he brushed her tears away
The night Chicago died The night Chicago died Brother what a night the people saw Brother what a fight the people saw, yes indeed
The night Chicago died The night Chicago died Brother what a night it really was Brother what a fight it really was, glory be

Chicago – Song For You [w/ Lyrics]

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Chicago- And All That Jazz Lyrics

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