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Chicago’s Ides of March burst onto the national scene in 1970 with the million-selling single “Vehicle,” a tune that bore more than a passing resemblance to the then mega-selling Blood, Sweat & Tears. But the band’s pedigree went back further than BS&T’s, and with a much different origin. Formed in the mid-1960s in the Windy City, founding member Jim Peterik put the original Ides together as a teen band, strong on original material and British pop harmonies. Soon the band was recording for London’s Parrot Records subsidiary, releasing five singles between 1966 and 1967, including the local hit “You Wouldn’t Listen. Read more...

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Video with The Ides Of March - Vehicle

Vehicle

Video with The Ides Of March - Roller Coaster

Roller Coaster

Video with The Ides Of March - L.A. Goodbye

L.A. Goodbye

Video with The Ides Of March - Superman

Superman

Video with The Ides Of March - I'll Keep Searching

I'll Keep Searching

Video with The Ides Of March - Bald Medusa

Bald Medusa

Video with The Ides Of March - Aire Of Good Feeling

Aire Of Good Feeling

Video with The Ides Of March - You Wouldn't Listen

You Wouldn't Listen

Video with The Ides Of March - Home

Home

Video with The Ides Of March - Time For Thinking

Time For Thinking

Video with The Ides Of March - Wooden Ships - Dharma For One

Wooden Ships - Dharma For One

Video with The Ides Of March - One Woman Man

One Woman Man

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The Ides Of March - Ideology: Version 11.0

Ideology: Version 11.0

The Ides Of March - Common Bond

Common Bond

The Ides Of March - Still 19

Still 19