Label: CBS - S 69008 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album Gatefold • Country: Spain • Genre: Jazz, Rock • Style: Classic Rock
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See more. Chicago is the second studio album by Chicago-based American rock band Chicago. Like their debut album, Chicago Transit Authority, this was a double album. It was their first album under the name Chicago and the first to use the now ubiquitous cursive Chicago logo on the cover.
Released in January on Columbia Records, Chicago was commercially successful. It was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of Be Careful What You Wish For - Zodiac (32) - Demo in April of the same year of its release, and certified platinum in It reached No. It was voted best album of by readers of Cash Box magazine, and the best small-combo LP by readers of Playboy magazine.
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Edgar Winter's White Trash. Edgar Winter. The album was prepped for a quadraphonic sound, but was left unreleased in this format. The album was produced by Rick Derringer. Mother Lode. It was their final album with their original backing band, because multireedist and violinist Al Garth would soon leave the band, but multireedist Jon Clarke, bassist Larry Sims and drummer Merel Bregante remained, and saxophonist Don Roberts made his debut on this record. Future Toto keyboardist David Paich plays keyboards on this album while percussionist Milt Holland is augmented by S & T 4 Feldman and the album was recorded on location at Jim Messina's California ranch.
The Doobie Brothers. The album was released on April 30,by Warner Bros. It is their only official studio album to feature original bass player Dave Shogren on all tracks, who left Go Down Gamblin - Blood the recording of their second album.
The first single from the album, "Nobody," failed to chart, as did the album itself. The single was re-released in after the group had become a highly successful touring and recording act, peaking at 58 on the Billboard Hot More Than Ever.
This was the band's ninth studio album and their last for Columbia Records. The album peaked at number on the Billboard albums chart. It contained one charting single, "You're the One". Percussionist Don Alias left the band, and Mike Corbett was added on background vocals.
Famed bassist Jaco Pastorius, who had been discovered and signed to Epic Records by Bobby Colomby, was briefly in the band Go Down Gamblin - Blood this time but did not appear on the album. The album had an unusual cover design, simply presenting a photo of the vinyl record itself. New City.
It peaked at Number 47 on the Billboard Pop Albums charts. New City marks the return to the line-up of lead vocalist David Clayton-Thomas. Mirror Image. Founding member Jim Fielder left the band Go Down Gamblin - Blood to the recording of Mirror Image, leaving drummer Bobby Colomby as the only remaining Sweat & Tears* - B member. Long-time horn player Lew Soloff also left the group.
This album was produced by veteran Motown producer Henry Cosby, best known for his work on early Stevie Wonder songs. No Sweat. No Sweat continued in the jazz-fusion vein and featured intricate horn work. New Blood. Difficulties had arisen inside the group between its pop-rock and jazz factions, with Clayton-Thomas choosing to leave in early Januaryalong with founding member Fred Lipsius.
Clayton-Thomas was briefly replaced by Bobby Doyle, and a photo of the band appeared in Down Beat showing a new lineup also including noted jazz saxophonist Joe Henderson. By the time the album was recorded, Jerry Fisher had become the new singer replacing Doyle, whilst founding member Dick Halligan also departed, as well as Henderson.
The album reached the top charts and spawned a single, "So Long Dixie", which peaked at number An additional song, "Time Remembered" was recorded for this album but was not included. Blood, Sweat And Tears 3. It was commercially successful, rising to the top of the U. In Canada, it enjoyed four runs and Going To California - Led Zeppelin - Earls Court eight weeks at No.
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