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Greatest Hits 1982-1989
     

Greatest Hits 1982-1989

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by Chicago
 

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Chicago returned from a career dip in 1982 with "Hard to Say I'm Sorry" and continued to hit with power ballads, among them "Hard Habit to Break" and "You're the Inspiration," all sung by Peter Cetera. But the streak continued after Cetera departed in 1985, as Jason Scheff stepped in and Chicago went on to score

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Chicago returned from a career dip in 1982 with "Hard to Say I'm Sorry" and continued to hit with power ballads, among them "Hard Habit to Break" and "You're the Inspiration," all sung by Peter Cetera. But the streak continued after Cetera departed in 1985, as Jason Scheff stepped in and Chicago went on to score hits like "Will You Still Love Me?," "I Don't Wanna Live Without Your Love," and "Look Away," which are all heard here.

Product Details

Release Date:
12/07/2004
Label:
Rhino
UPC:
0081227810320
catalogNumber:
78103
Rank:
3225

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Album Credits

Performance Credits

Chicago   Primary Artist
David Foster   Piano
Bill Champlin   Keyboards,Vocals
Robert Lamm   Keyboards,Vocals
Dawayne Bailey   Guitar,Background Vocals
Robbie Buchanan   Keyboards
Tris Imboden   Drums
John Keane   Drums
Stephen "Doc" Kupka   Horn
Michael Landau   Guitar
Lee Loughnane   Trumpet,Flugelhorn,Background Vocals
James Pankow   Trombone,Background Vocals
Walter Parazaider   Flute,Saxophone,Background Vocals
Steve Porcaro   Keyboards
Jason Scheff   Bass,Vocals
Efrain Toro   Keyboards
Tom Keane   Keyboards

Technical Credits

David Foster   Producer
Humberto Gatica   Engineer,Remixing
Ron Nevison   Producer
Steve Porcaro   Programming
Chas Sandford   Producer
Jason Scheff   Composer
John Dexter   Composer
Janet Levinson   Art Direction
Timothy Eames   Construction
Howard Kaufman   Director,Direction

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Greatest Hits 1982-1989 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Guest More than 1 year ago
Chicago is an amazing band. To be honest, I personally love their 80's material better than their 70's material! Although, their 70's stuff is still good. This compilation is just missing one song: "You're Not Alone". Other than that, all their best songs from the decade are here!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I really love this CD because it brings back such memories of the times when I was a pre-teen. I used to listen to those songs on the radio, such as "Hard To Say I'm Sorry," "Love Me Tomorrow," "You're The Inspiration," "Hard Habit To Break," "Will You Still Love Me," and "What Kind Of Man Would I Be (Remix)." One of their songs "Hard Habit To Break" has been one of my very favorites since I was eight or nine years old because I love the musical arrangement, including Peter Cetera and Bill Champlin's vocals and the chromatic keyboard break before the key change, which is in C# minor. Chicago has to be such an awesome group, so I would definitely recommend this CD if you love their later work as much as their earlier work.