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Billboard Top 40 Hits 1971: ‘#194: ‘Questions 67 & 68’- Chicago. October 9, 1971.

  • Single: ‘Questions 67 & 68’- Chicago
  • Record Company- Columbia
  • Genre: Pop
  • Written by Robert Lamm
  • Time: 3:25
  • B-side: ‘I’m A Man’
  • Album- Chicago Transit Authority
  • Grade: A
  • Peaked at #24 10 weeks in Billboard Hot 100. Did not chart in UK

When originally released as Chicago’s debut single in 1969- ‘Questions 67 &68’- peaked at #71. After having success in the next two years- with 7 Top 40 and 5 Top 10 hits- Chicago gave it another try-with an edited more radio friendly version of the song- and it did better- peaking at #24.

3 responses to “BILLBOARD TOP 40 HITS 1971: #194: ‘QUESTIONS 67 & 68’- CHICAGO

  1. fine song. I really liked their hits of this era, and a bit later (the mid 70s soft rock)… don’t know what happened in the 80s, but either they changed or I did as I don’t have much patience for the 80s or 90s hits by them.

  2. Well I may have accidentally answered by own question. I watched an obscure doc called ‘ Searching for Terry Kath’ today that randomly came up on our TV suggestions list. Pretty neat, and very informative about the early years of Chicago. Some key take-aways…Terrys daughter is pretty darn cute for a middle-aged woman (sorry to be pol. incorrect but I am a male); Terry was a better guitarist than I realized (Hendrix said Kath was better than he was), Kath didn’t commit suicide but did kill himself being stupid. Worth a watch.

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