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In January 1978.

In January 1978, “ABC” label released “Street Player”, the sixth Rufus studio album. It was recorded in 1977, at “Dawnbreaker Recording Studios” in San Francisco, and was produced by Roy Halee, Chaka Khan, Tony Maiden, Kevin Murphy, Bobby Watson, David Wolinski and Richard Calhoun.

Personnel:

  • Chaka Khan– lead and background vocals
  • Tony Maiden – guitar, percussion, lead vocals, background vocals
  • Kevin Murphy– keyboards
  • Bobby Watson – bass, percussion
  • David “Hawk” Wolinski– keyboards, background vocals
  • Richard “Moon” Calhoun – drums, percussion, background vocals
  • Seawind– horns
  • Jerry Hey– trumpet, flugelhorn
  • Kim Hutchcroft – saxophone, flute
  • William Reichenbach– trombone
  • Larry Williams– saxophone, flute, piccolo
  • Helen Lowe – additional background vocals
  • Everett Bryson, Jr. – percussion
  • Roy Halee, George Belle – engineers
  • Clare Fischer– string arrangements, conductor
  • Seawind, Rufus – horn arrangements
  • Brian Gardner – audio mastering

Track listing:

  1. Street Player – David Wolinski, Danny Seraphine
  2. Stay – Richard Calhoun, Chaka Khan
  3. Turn – Bobby Watson, David Wolinski
  4. Best of Your Heart – Bobby Watson, David Wolinski
  5. Finale – Bobby Watson, David Wolinski
  6. Blue Love – Richard Calhoun, David Wolinski
  7. Stranger to Love – David Wolinski
  8. Take Time – Tony Maiden
  9. Destiny – David Batteau, Richard Holland
  10. Change Your Ways – Tony Maiden, Traude Sapik

 

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In December 1981.

In December 1981, “Full Moon Label” released the self-titled, debut Peter Cetera solo album. It was recorded in 1981, and was produced by Peter Cetera and Jim Boyer. The album cover painting was by John Nieto.

Personnel:

  • Peter Cetera – bass, percussion, acoustic guitar, synthesizer, vocoder, horn arrangements
  • Steve Lukather– guitar
  • Craig Hull – guitar
  • Michael Botts– drums
  • Michael Boddicker, David “Hawk” Wolinski– synthesizer
  • Chris Pinnick– guitar
  • Carl Wilson– guitar
  • Ricky Fataar– drums, percussion
  • Mark Williams – percussion
  • Rich Eames – electric piano
  • Steve Foreman – percussion
  • Tommy Morgan – harmonica
  • Gary Herbig – saxophone
  • Josh Leo – guitar
  • Kenny Edwards – acoustic guitar
  • Bob Glaub – bass
  • Craig Doerge – piano
  • Michael Botts – drums
  • Mark Goldenberg –acoustic guitar
  • William “Smitty” Smith– organ
  • Carl Munoz – piano
  • Roland Vazquez – horn arrangements

Track listing:

All tracks by Peter Cetera, except where noted

  1. Livin’ In The Limelight
  2. I Can Feel It – Peter Cetera, Ricky Fataar, Carl Wilson
  3. How Many Times
  4. Holy Moly
  5. Mona Mona
  6. On The Line
  7. Not Afraid To Cry
  8. Evil Eye
  9. Practical Man
  10. Ivy Covered Walls

On September 12, 1977.

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On September 12, 1977, “Columbia” label released “Chicago XI”, the ninth Chicago studio album. It was recorded April – June 1977, at “Caribou Ranch” in Nederland, Colorado, and was produced by James William Guercio. This was the last Chicago album produced by James William Guercio, and the last one to feature founding member Terry Kath, who died in an gun accident four months later.

Personnel:

  • Peter Cetera– bass, lead & backing vocals
  • Laudir de Oliveira– percussion
  • Terry Kath– electric & acoustic guitars, percussion, lead & backing vocals
  • Robert Lamm– piano, Hammond organ, clavinet, Fender Rhodes, lead & backing vocals
  • Lee Loughnane– trumpet, piccolo trumpet, flugelhorn, vocals
  • James Pankow– trombone, keyboards, percussion, vocals, brass arrangements
  • Walter Parazaider– saxophones, flute, clarinet
  • Danny Seraphine– drums, percussion
  • David “Hawk” Wolinski– ARP synthesizer, Fender Rhodes
  • James William Guercio – acoustic guitars, bass
  • Tim Cetera – background vocals
  • Carl Wilson– background vocals
  • Chaka Khan– background vocals, incredible preach
  • Dominic Frontiere– orchestral conception & orchestration, orchestration, string and orchestralarrangements
  • The Voices of Inspiration –choir
  • Engineeredby Wayne Tarnowski
  • Assistant engineer – Tom Likes
  • Armin Steiner – strings recording
  • Masteredby Mike Reese
  • John Berg – coverdesign
  • Nick Fasciano – logodesign
  • Reid Miles – insidephotography

Track listing:

  1. Mississippi Delta City Blues – Terry Kath
  2. Baby, What a Big Surprise – Peter Cetera
  3. Till the End of Time – James Pankow
  4. Policeman – Robert Lamm
  5. Take Me Back to Chicago – Danny Seraphine, Hawk Wolinski
  6. Vote for Me – Robert Lamm
  7. Takin’ It on Uptown – Fred Kagan, Terry Kath
  8. This Time – Lee Loughnane
  9. The Inner Struggles of a Man – Dominic Frontiere
  10. Prelude (Little One) – Danny Seraphine, Hawk Wolinski
  11. Little One – Danny Seraphine, Hawk Wolinski

On July 21, 1980.

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On July 21, 1980, “Columbia” label released “Chicago XIV”, the twelfth Chicago studio. It was recorded March–May 1980, at “The Record Plant” in Los Angeles and “Criteria Studios” in Miami, and was produced by Tom Dowd. The album cover artwork is in the permanent collection of “The Museum of Modern Art” in New York City.

Personnel:

  • Peter Cetera– bass, lead and background vocals
  • Laudir de Oliveira– percussion
  • Robert Lamm– keyboards, lead and background vocals
  • Lee Loughnane– trumpet, background vocals
  • James Pankow– trombone, background vocals, brass arrangements
  • Walter Parazaider– woodwinds
  • Danny Seraphine– drums
  • Chris Pinnick– guitar
  • Mark Goldenberg – guitar
  • David “Hawk” Wolinski– keyboards
  • Ian Underwood– synthesizer programming
  • Production Coordination – Schatzi Hagerman
  • Engineered and Mixed by Michael Carnevale
  • Assistant Engineers – Karat Faye, Bill Freesh and Ricky Delena
  • Mastered byBernie Grundman
  • Design – John Berg
  • Artwork, Cover Lettering –Gerard Huerta

Track listing:

  1. Manipulation – Robert Lamm
  2. Upon Arrival – Robert Lamm, Peter Cetera
  3. Song for You – Peter Cetera
  4. Where Did the Lovin’ Go – Peter Cetera
  5. Birthday Boy – Danny Seraphine/David “Hawk” Wolinski
  6. Hold On – Peter Cetera
  7. Overnight Café – Peter Cetera
  8. Thunder and Lightning – Robert Lamm, Danny Seraphine, Peter Cetera
  9. I’d Rather be Rich – Robert Lamm
  10. The American Dream – James Pankow