Chicago XXXIV: Live in '75 is a live album by the American band Chicago, their thirty-fourth album overall, recorded in 1975 and released in 2011. After releasing its eighth consecutive gold album in just six years, Chicago embarked upon a massive stadium tour in 1975 that's considered to be one of its finest. The shows found the group at the pinnacle of its prowess, combining the jaw-dropping musicality and contagious onstage energy that made Chicago one of the most successful acts in American pop history. The album includes selections from all of the group's albums through its then-current Chicago VIII. The set flows like a greatest hits collection that spans nearly every smash – from Robert Lamm's smooth baritone on "Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?" to the Lee Loughnane-penned hit "Call On Me" – but leaves room for beloved album tracks like the Latin-flavored "Mongonucleosis." The set also includes a complete performance of the crowd-pleasing "Ballet For A Girl In Buchannon" suite (tracks 6–12) that James Pankow composed for the Chicago II album. Also includes Chicago's distinctive take on a pair of cover tunes. The first, "I'm A Man," finds the band making The Spencer Davis Group classic their own, led by a rousing guitar performance from Terry Kath. The second, the Beatles' "Got To Get You Into My Life," was significant because it was the song that originally seeded Walter Parazaider's imagination with the notion of a new kind of rock 'n' roll band with horns.