World Falling Down

World Falling Down

by Peter Cetera

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Overview

Having made a more agressively contemporary album working with Madonna compatriot Patrick Leonard on his last outing, Peter Cetera collaborated with Andy Hill on World Falling Down for an album that maintained his usual production sheen but moved more toward a melodic rock & roll feel -- lots of chiming guitars and 4/4 rhythms. Cetera's airy tenor didn't really have enough grit to carry such an approach off, and Warner Bros. may have worried that he had veered too far from his traditional power-ballad base, since there are two added tracks produced by old partner David Foster that are more in keeping with Cetera's old hits. The record company also was careful to release only ballads as the album's singles, with the perhaps predictable result that "Restless Heart," "Feels Like Heaven" (a duet with Chaka Khan), and "Even a Fool Can See" (one of The Foster productions, with a Chicago-like born chart) were all over Adult Contemporary radio for the next year, though only "Restless Heart" made the pop Top 40, while the album was a commercial failure.

Product Details

Release Date: 06/16/1992
Label: Warner Bros / Wea
UPC: 0075992689427
catalogNumber: 26894
Rank: 54086

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Peter Cetera   Primary Artist,Bass,Vocals
David Foster   Keyboards
Bill Champlin   Background Vocals
Michael Thompson   Guitar
Tal Bergman   Percussion
Graham Broad   Drums
Robbie Buchanan   Synthesizer,Piano,Keyboards,Vocals
Kenny Cetera   Background Vocals
Tamara Champlin   Background Vocals
Chaka Khan   Track Performer,Vocal Harmony
Janey Clewer   Background Vocals
Simon Franglen   Synthesizer,Synclavier
Bruce Gaitsch   Acoustic Guitar
Mark Goldenberg   Guitar,Keyboards
Gary Grant   Horn
Jerry Hey   Horn
Andy Hill   Acoustic Guitar,Bass,Keyboards,Background Vocals,Multi Instruments
Edie Lehmann   Background Vocals
Bobbi Page   Background Vocals
Pino Palladino   Bass
Tim Pierce   Guitar
John "J.R." Robinson   Percussion,Drums
Jeffrey "C.J." Vanston   Piano,Keyboards
Peter Vetesse   Piano,Keyboards
Joseph Williams   Background Vocals
Chris Mostert   Saxophone
Keith Airey   Guitar
William Frank "Bill" Reichenbach   Horn
Jimmy Johnson   Bass

Technical Credits

David Foster   Producer
Peter Cetera   Producer,Contributor
Simon Franglen   Programming
Bruce Gaitsch   Programming
Claude Gaudette   Programming
Mark Goldenberg   Programming
Jerry Hey   Horn Arrangements
Andy Hill   Programming,Producer,drum programming
Rick Holbrook   Engineer
Richard Manwaring   Engineer
Bobbi Page   Contributor
Trevor Vallis   Engineer
Jeffrey "C.J." Vanston   Producer
Janet Levinson   Art Direction

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World Falling Down 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
WillShake More than 1 year ago
If you know and have experienced Peter Cetera's wonderful tenor voice, and if you also 'believe in Peter's voice', you will love this album. This is mostly an album of romantic ballads (of love and love lost) sung by Peter Cetera (one a duet with Chaka Khan). My two favorites are "The Last Place God Made" and "Dip Your Wings" near the end of the album. To 'dip your wings' is for a pilot to bank the plane's wings to the left and right, signaling either a 'hello' of 'goodbye'. My father on more than one occasion 'dipped the wings' of his small plane to me and my brothers as he flew off. Both the music and lyrics of "Dip Your Wings"are very moving. "Even a Fool Can See" produced by David Foster is a great song, that speaks of one's lost love, yet it is also a message to one's friends that he or she is 'all right'. The song starts with Peter's tenor voice and piano, but towards the middle of the song David brings in a nice touch of 'Chicago" style brass. "Where There Is No Tomorrow" starts out with Peter and subtle strings and synthesizer, but is soon joined by a very strong bass line with drums. Again, if you have appreciated Peter's voice singing with 'Chicago' or doing his own solo work, you will enjoy this album.