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All Music Guide - William Ruhlmann
The '90s found Chicago's lineup minus drummer Daniel Seraphine, but with guitarist Dawayne Bailey, who had been a sideman, a full-fledged member. It also found the group at the closest thing to a career crisis in a decade. This album sold poorly and spun off only one Top 40 hit, "Chasin' the Wind," despite containing some typical, if not outstanding, material in tunes like "You Come to My Senses" which belatedly scaled the adult contemporary chart and "Explain It to My Heart." Clearly, a new approach was in order.
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All Music Guide - William Ruhlmann
The '90s found Chicago's lineup minus drummer Daniel Seraphine, but with guitarist Dawayne Bailey, who had been a sideman, a full-fledged member. It also found the group at the closest thing to a career crisis in a decade. This album sold poorly and spun off only one Top 40 hit, "Chasin' the Wind," despite containing some typical, if not outstanding, material in tunes like "You Come to My Senses" which belatedly scaled the adult contemporary chart and "Explain It to My Heart." Clearly, a new approach was in order.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 1/16/1991
  • Label: Warner Bros / Wea
  • UPC: 075992639125
  • Catalog Number: 26391

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Chicago Primary Artist
David Foster Piano
Bill Champlin Keyboards, Vocals, Background Vocals
Robert Lamm Keyboards, Vocals, Background Vocals
Dawayne Bailey Guitar, Background Vocals
Robbie Buchanan Keyboards
Tris Imboden Drums
John Keane Drums
Michael Landau Guitar
Lee Loughnane Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Background Vocals
James Pankow Trombone, Background Vocals
Walter Parazaider Flute, Saxophone, Background Vocals
Jason Scheff Bass, Bass Guitar, Vocals, Background Vocals
Efrain Toro Keyboards
Stephen Kupka Horn
Tom Keane Keyboards
Technical Credits
Chicago Contributor
Steve Stills Composer
David Foster Contributor
Bill Champlin Arranger, Horn Arrangements
Robert Lamm Arranger, Composer, Horn Arrangements
Donnie Dacus Composer
Humberto Gatica Producer, Engineer
Jerry Hey Horn Arrangements
Lee Loughnane Arranger, Horn Arrangements
Dennis Matkosky Arranger, Horn Arrangements
Gerard McMahon Composer
Ron Nevison Producer, Engineer
James Pankow Arranger, Horn Arrangements
Alex Rodriguez Engineer
Tom Saviano Songwriter
W. Schwebke Composer
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Not that bad!!

    I must say that the album was not what I expected; but I thought it was good for me. I appreciate the music, as well as what the lyrics are. It's all about perspective.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    BORING

    I don't know or care who's the author of what song, but at this point, Chicago were just a studio band with no ideas left and one of the most generic and unidentifiable bands on the adult contemporary airwaves.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Not The Worst Album

    This is not the worst album. I prefer buying a compilation but this is good. There are a lot of good tunes here like the sad ballad written by Tom Kelly & Billy Steinberg "You Come To My Senses" (One of the best tracks of the album) and "Chasin' the wind" written by Diane Warren (She wrote "Unbreak My Heart", "If You Asked Me To", "Because You Loved me" a real adult contemporary writter). This is not one of the best albums from Chicago, but you'll still find adult contemporary songs.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Highly underrated

    Chicago Twenty 1 is hardly the group's most stellar performance, but it's nowhere near as bad as some reviews make it seem. While not in the same league as some of Chicago's other recordings, Twenty 1 is actually one of my favorites. Bill Champlin's vocals on ''Chasin' the Wind'' are heart-wrenching.

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