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- 1Stay The Night03:50
- 2We Can Stop The Hurtin'04:12
- 3Hard Habit To Break04:45
- 4Only You03:55
- 5Remember The Feeling04:32
- 6Along Comes A Woman04:16
- 7You're The Inspiration03:49
- 8Please Hold On03:38
- 9Prima Donna04:12
- 10Once In A Lifetime04:13
Info for Chicago 17
1984 Bestseller includes four top 20 hit singles: "You're the Inspiration," "Stay the Night," "Hard Habit to Break," "Along Comes A Woman".
Sales of 7-plus million copies make Chicago 17 the group's most commercially successful album. The Chicago that created the multiplatinum blockbuster Chicago 17 isn't the band that started out as a jazz-rock ensemble interested in complex time changes or even the progressive AM pop group that it became in the 1970s. No, this is a collective that shoots for and attains adult-contemporary glory via streamlined arrangements, unforgettable refrains, dramatic balladry, and timeless melodies. Hitching its wagon to Peter Cetera's tender tenor croon, and bringing synthesizers to the fore, Chicago redefines 1980s pop on this 1984 classic-setting the stage for the power ballads and sweeping slow-dance fare that would ultimately dominate the decade.
Peter Cetera, vocals, bass
Bill Champlin, vocals, guitar, keyboards
Bobby Lamm, vocals, keyboards
Chriss Pinnick, guitar
Walt Parazaider, woodwinds
Lee Loughane, trumpet
Jimmy Pankow, trombone
Danny Seraphine, drums
Mark Goldenberg, percussion
Paulinho Da Costa, percussion
Gary Grant, horns
Greg Adams, horns
Richard Marx, background vocals
Donny Osmond, background vocals
Michael Landau, guitar
Paul Jackson, guitar
Recorded at The Lighthouse, North Hollywood, California
The Record Plant, Los Angeles, California
Sunset Sound, Hollywood, California
Engineered by Humberto Gatica
Produced by David Foster
Reached #4 on the Billboard 200
Won the GRAMMY® for Best Engineered Recording
"Hard Habit To Break" won the GRAMMY® for Best Instrumental Arrangement Accompanying Vocalist(s)/Best Background Arrangement
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