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In JUly 1978.

In July 1978, “Paradise Records” label released “Americana”, the fourteen Leon Russel album. It was recorded in 1978, and was produced by Leon Russell.

Personnel:

  • Leon Russell – lead vocals, piano, keyboards, guitar, bass, bass instrument
  • Joe Chemay – lead and background vocals, bass, bass instrument
  • Jon Woodhead – guitar
  • Marty Grebb – guitar, saxophone, trumpet
  • Mike Meros – keyboards, organ, synthesizer
  • Brent Nelson – drums, background vocals
  • Wornell Jones – lead and background vocals
  • Scott Goddard – vocals
  • Joe Chemay – background vocals
  • Lee Loughnane – trumpet, horn arrangements
  • James Pankow – trombone
  • Walter Parazaider – tenor saxophone
  • Mark Peters -orchestral arrangements
  • Gene Meros, Steve Ripley – recording engineer
  • Frank Latouf – technician
  • Mike Johnstone – technician
  • Steve Marr – technician
  • Tom Kemp – technician
  • Paul Hodara – photography

Track listing:

  1. Let’s Get Started – Kim Fowley, Leon Russell
  2. Elvis and Marilyn – Dyan Diamond, Kim Fowley, Leon Russell
  3. From Maine to Mexico – Kim Fowley, Leon Russell
  4. When A Man Loves A Woman – A. Wright, C. Lewis
  5. It’s Only Me – Dyan Diamond, Leon Russell
  6. Midnight Lover – Kim Fowley, Leon Russell
  7. Housewife – Dyan Diamond, Kim Fowley, Leon Russell
  8. Ladies of the Night – Kim Fowley, Leon Russell
  9. Shadow And Me – Leon Russell
  10. Jesus On My Side – Kim Fowley, Leon Russell

On July 21, 1980.

Chicago_-_Chicago_XIV

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 – lead and backing vocals, bass
  • Robert Lamm – lead and backing vocals, keyboards
  • Chris Pinnick– guitar
  • Mark Goldenberg – guitar
  • David “Hawk” Wolinski– keyboards
  • Laudir de Oliveira– percussion
  • Danny Seraphine– drums
  • Lee Loughnane– trumpet, backing vocals
  • James Pankow– trombone, backing vocals, brass arrangements
  • Walter Parazaider– woodwinds
  • Ian Underwood– synthesizer programming
  • Michael Carnevale – engineer, mixing
  • Karat Faye, Bill Freesh, Ricky Delena – engineer assistant
  • Bernie Grundman – mastering
  • John Berg – design
  • Gerard Huerta – artwork, cover lettering
  • Schatzi Hagerman – production coordinator

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

On July 10, 1972.

Chicago_-_Chicago_V

On July 10, 1972, “Columbia” label released “Chicago V”, the fourth Chicago studio album. It was recorded in September 1971, at “Columbia 30th Street Studios” in New York, and was produced by James William Guercio. In 1986,  “Chicago V” was certified 2 x Platinum in the US by the “RIIA”.

Personnel:

  • Peter Cetera – lead and backing vocals, bass, wah-wah bass,
  • Terry Kath – lead and backing vocals, acoustic and electric guitars
  • Robert Lamm – lead and backing vocals, piano, Hammond organ, Fender Rhodes, Hohner Pianet
  • Lee Loughnane – trumpet, flugelhorn, percussion, backing vocals
  • James Pankow – trombone, percussion, backing vocals, brass arrangements
  • Walter Parazaider– saxophones, flute, percussion, backing vocals
  • Danny Seraphine – drums, congas, antique bells, percussion
  • Wayne Tarnowski – engineer
  • Joe Gastwirt – remastering
  • Nick Fasciano – logo design
  • John Berg – cover design
  • Jim Houghton, Earl Steinbicker – photography
  • Beverly Scott – lettering

Track listing:

  1. A Hit byVarèse – Robert Lamm
  2. All is Well – Robert Lamm
  3. Now That You’ve Gone – James Pankow
  4. Dialogue (Part I) – Robert Lamm
  5. Dialogue (Part II) – Robert Lamm
  6. While the City Sleeps – Robert Lamm
  7. Saturday in the Park – Robert Lamm
  8. State of the Union – Robert Lamm
  9. Goodbye – Robert Lamm
  10. Alma Mater – Terry Kath

On June 25, 1973.

Chicago_-_Chicago_VI

On June 25, 1973, “Columbia” label released “Chicago VI”, the fifth Chicago studio album. It was recorded February 1973, at “Caribou Ranch” in Nederland, CO, and was produced by James William Guercio.

Personnel:

  • Peter Cetera – lead and backing vocals, bass, harmonica
  • Terry Kath– lead and backing vocals, acoustic, electric and slide guitar
  • Robert Lamm – lead and backing vocals, piano, Hammond organ, clavinet, Wurlitzer electric piano, Fender Rhodes, synthesizer, Hohner Pianet
  • Lee Loughnane– trumpet, percussion, backing vocals
  • James Pankow– trombone, brass arrangements
  • Walter Parazaider– saxophones, flute
  • Danny Seraphine– drums, percussion
  • Laudir de Oliveira– congas
  • Joe Lala– congas
  • G. O’ Rafferty– pedal steel
  • Wayne Tarnowski – engineer
  • Jeff Guercio – engineer assistant
  • Phil Ramone – mixing
  • Richard Blakin – mixing assistant
  • John Bergand, Nick Fasciano – design
  • Barry Feinstein – photography

Track listing:

  1. Critics Choice – Robert Lamm
  2. Just You’n’Me – James Pankow
  3. Darlin’ Dear – Robert Lamm
  4. Jenny – Terry Kath
  5. What’s This World Coming To – James Pankow
  6. Something in This City Changes People – Robert Lamm
  7. Hollywood – Robert Lamm
  8. In Terms of Two – Peter Cetera
  9. Rediscovery – Robert Lamm
  10. Feelin’ Stronger Every Day – Peter Cetera, James Pankow

On June 7, 1982.

Chicago 16

On June 7, 1982, “Full Moon / Warner Bros” labels released “Chicago 16”, the thirteenth Chicago studio. It was recorded January–April 1982 in Los Angeles, and was produced by David Foster.

Personnel:

  • Peter Cetera – lead and backing vocals, bass, acoustic guitar, BGV arrangements, rhythm and string arrangements
  • Bill Champlin – lead and backing vocals, keyboards, guitars, BGV arrangements
  • Robert Lamm– keyboards, backing vocals
  • Chris Pinnick– guitar
  • Steve Lukather– guitar
  • Michael Landau– guitar
  • Lee Loughnane– trumpet, flugelhorn, piccolo trumpet, backing vocals
  • James Pankow– trombone, horn arrangements
  • Walter Parazaider– woodwinds
  • Danny Seraphine– drums, rhythm arrangements
  • David Foster– keyboards, rhythm arrangements, additional horn arrangements
  • David Paich– synthesizer
  • Steve Porcaro– synthesizer programming
  • Jeremy Lubbock, David Foster – string arrangements
  • Gerard Vinci – concertmaster
  • Dave Richardson – lyric assistance

Track listing:

  1. What You’re Missing – Jay Gruska,Joseph Williams
  2. Waiting for You to Decide – David Foster,Steve Lukather, David Paich
  3. Bad Advice – Peter Cetera, David Foster,James Pankow
  4. Chains – Peter Cetera, Ian Thomas
  5. Hard to Say I’m Sorry/ Get Away – Peter Cetera, David Foster, Robert Lamm
  6. Follow Me – David Foster, James Pankow
  7. Sonny Think Twice – Bill Champin, Danny Seraphine
  8. What Can I Say – David Foster, James Pankow
  9. Rescue You – Peter Cetera, David Foster

On May 14, 1984.

Chicago 17

On May 14, 1984, “Full Moon / Warner Bros” label released “Chicago 17”, the fourteenth Chicago studio album. It was recorded 1983 – 1984, in Vancouver and in Los Angeles,, and was produced by David Foster.  The album was certified six times Platinum in the US by the “RIIA”.

Personnel:

  • Peter Cetera – lead and backing vocals, bass, arrangements; vocal arrangements
  • Bill Champlin – lead and backing vocals, guitars, keyboards, vocal arrangements
  • Robert Lamm– lead and backing vocals, keyboards, arrangements, vocal arrangements
  • Chris Pinnick– guitar
  • Michael Landau– guitar
  • Paul Jackson, Jr.– guitar
  • Mark Goldenberg – guitar, additional arrangements
  • Danny Seraphine– drums
  • Jeff Porcaro– drums
  • Carlos Vega – drums
  • Paulinho da Costa– percussion
  • David Foster– keyboards, synthesizer programming, additional arrangements
  • Gary Grant – trumpet
  • Greg Adams– trumpet
  • Lee Loughnane– trumpet
  • James Pankow– trombone, horn arrangements, arrangements
  • Walter Parazaider– woodwinds
  • John Van Tongeren– synthesizer programming
  • Erich Bulling – synthesizer programming
  • Marcus Ryle – synthesizer programming
  • Kenny Cetera – backing vocals
  • Donny Osmond– backing vocals
  • Richard Marx– backing vocals
  • David Pack– duet vocals

Track listing:

  1. Stay the Night – Peter Cetera, David Foster
  2. We Can Stop the Hurtin – Robert Lamm, Bill Champlin, Deborah Neal
  3. Hard Habit to Break – Steve Kipner, Jin Parker
  4. Only You – James Pankow, David Foster
  5. Remember the Feeling – Peter Cetera, Bill Champlin
  6. Along Comes a Woman – Peter Ceterea, Mark Goldenberg
  7. You’re the Inspiration – Peter Cetera, David Foster
  8. Please Hold On – Bill Champlin, David Foster, Lionel Richie
  9. Prima Dona – Peter Cetera, Mark Goldenberg
  10. Once in a Lifetime – James Pankow

On March 11, 1974.

Chicago_-_Chicago_VII

On March 11, 1974, “Columbia” label released “Chicago VII”, the sixth Chicago studio album. It was recorded August – December 1973, at  “Caribou Ranch” in Nederland, and was produced by James William Guercio.

Personnel:

  • Peter Cetera – bass, lead and backing vocals, guitar
  • Terry Kath– guitars, lead and backing vocals, bass, bells,
  • Robert Lamm– acoustic piano, keyboards, Fender Rhodes,  clavinet, Mellotron, ARP synthesizer, Mini Moog, lead vocals and backing vocals
  • Danny Seraphine– drums, percussion, hi-hat, bass drum
  • Lee Loughnane– trumpet, flugelhorn, lead and  backing vocals
  • James Pankow– trombone, percussion, timbales, backing vocals
  • Walter Parazaider– flute , soprano saxophone, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone
  • James Pankow, Robert Lamm – brass arrangements
  • Laudir de Oliveira– percussion, congas
  • David Wolinski– ARP synthesizer, acoustic piano, Mellotron and Fender Rhodes
  • James William Guercio– acoustic guitar, bass, guitar
  • Jimmie Haskell– strings
  • Wayne Tarnowski – acoustic piano
  • Guille Garcia – congas, percussion
  • Bobbi Roen, Camelia Ortiz, Diane Nini, Hank Steiger, Julie Nini – background party noises
  • Al Jardine, Carl Wilson, Dennis Wilson, The Pointer Sisters– backing vocals
  • Ross Salomone – drums
  • John Berg and Nick Fasciano – cover photo
  • Urve Kuusik – photography

 Track listing:

  1. Prelude to Aire – Danny Seraphine
  2. Aire – Danny Seraphine, Walter Parazaider, James Pankow
  3. Devil’s Sweet – Danny Seraphine, Walter Parazaider
  4. Italian from New York – Robert Lamm
  5. Hanky Panky – Robert Lamm
  6. Life Saver – Robert Lamm
  7. Happy Man – Peter Cetera
  8. (I’ve Been) Searchin’ So Long – James Pankow
  9. Mongonucleosis – James Pankow
  10. Songs of the Evergreens – Terry Kath
  11. Byblos – Terry Kath
  12. Wishing You Were Here – Peter Cetera
  13. Call on Me – Lee Loughnane
  14. Woman Don’t Want to Love Me – Robert Lamm
  15. Skinny Boy – Robert Lamm

 

 

On January 26, 1970.

Chicago Album

On January 26, 1979, “Columbia” label released “Chicago”, known as  “Chicago II”, the second Chicago studio album.  It was recorded in 1969, at the “Columbia Recording Studios” in New York and Hollywood, and was produced by James William Guercio.

Personnel:

  • Peter Cetera – lead and backing vocals, bass
  • Terry Kath– lead and backing vocals, acoustic and electric guitars
  • Robert Lamm– lead and backing vocals, piano, Hammond organ, Hohner Pianet
  • Lee Loughnane– trumpet, flugelhorn, background vocals
  • James Pankow– trombone, brass arrangements
  • Walter Parazaider– saxophones, flute, clarinet, background vocals
  • Danny Seraphine– drums, percussion
  • Peter Matz– orchestrations, co-arrangements
  • Nick Fasciano – cover art
  • John Berg – cover design
  • Herb Greene – photography

Track listing:

  1. Movin’ In – James Pankow
  2. The Road – Terry Kath
  3. Poem for the People – Robert Lamm
  4. In the Country – Terry Kath
  5. Wake Up Sunshine – Robert Lamm
  6. Ballet for a Girl in Buchannon
  • Make Me Smile
  • So Much to Say, So Much to Give
  • Anxiety’s Moment
  • West Virginia Fantasies
  • Colour My World
  • To Be Free
  • Now More Than Ever

On January 11, 1970.

ChicagoIII

On January 11, 1970., “Columbia” label released “Chicago III”, the third Chicago studio album. It was recorded June to December 1970, at the “Columbia 30th Street Studios” in New York, and was produced by James William Guercio.

Personnel:

  • Peter Cetera – lead and backing vocals, bass guitar, pedal steel guitar
  • Terry Kath – lead and backing vocals, acoustic and electric guitars
  • Robert Lamm – lead and backing vocals, acoustic piano, Wurlitzer electric piano, Hammond organ, Hohner Pianet, tack piano, vibraphone, celesta
  • Lee Loughnane– trumpet
  • James Pankow– trombone, brass arrangements
  • Walter Parazaider– saxophones, flute
  • Danny Seraphine– drums, percussion, timbales
  • Nick Fasciano – logo design
  • John Berg – album design
  • Sandy Speiser – photography
  • Annette Kawecki, Melanie Marder – lettering

Track listing:

  1. Sing a Mean Tune Kid – Robert Lamm
  2. Loneliness Is Just a Word – Robert Lamm
  3. What Else Can I Say – Peter Cetera
  4. I Don’t Want Your Money – Terry Kath, Robert Lamm
  5. Travel Suite – Robert Lamm, Danny Seraphine, Terry Kath, Walter Parazaider
  6. Mother – Robert Lamm
  7. Lowdown – Peter cetera, Danny Seraphine
  8. An Hour in the Shower – Terry Kath
  9. Elegy – James Pankow, James William Guercio, Kendrew Lascelles