10/04/2015

Chicago "The Box" (2003) -Pop/Rock, Jazz-Rock, AOR, Soft Rock-



Label : Rhino Entertainment


Disc 1: CTA-Chicago

01 - Introduction (Terry Kath)
02 - Does Anybody Really Know What Me It Is?** (Robert Lamm)
03 - Beginnings* (Robert Lamm)
04 - Questions 67 And 68 (Robert Lamm)
05 - Listen (Robert Lamm)
06 - South California Purples (Robert Lamm)
07 - I'm A Man** (Steve Winwood & James Miller)
08 - Movin' In (James Pankow)
09 - Wake A Sunshine (Robert Lamm)
       Ballet For A Girl In Buchannon:
10 - Make Me Smile / So Much To Say, So Much To Give / Anxiety's Moment / West Virginia Fantasies (James Pankow)
11 - Colour My World (James Pankow)
12 - To Be Free / Now More Than Ever (James Pankow)
13 - Fancy Colours (Robert Lamm)
14 - 25 Or 6 To 4 (Robert Lamm)
15 - Poem For The People (Robert Lamm)
16 - It Better End Soon: 1st Movement / 3rd Movement / 4th Movement** (Robert Lamm) /
(Terry Kath & Robert Lamm) / (Robert Lamm)

Disc 2: Chicago III-VII

01 - Loneliness Is Just A Word (Robert Lamm)
       Travel Suite (Excerpts):
02 - Flight 602 (Robert Lamm)
03 - Free (Robert Lamm)
04 - Mother (Robert Lamm)
05 - Lowdown (Peter Cetera & Danny Seraphine)
06 - An Hour In The Shower: A Hard Risin' Morning Without Breakfast / Off To Work / Fallin' Out / Dreamin' Home / Morning Blues Again (Terry Kath)
07 - A Hit By Varèse (Robert Lamm)
08 - All Is Well (Robert Lamm)
09 - Saturday In The Park (Robert Lamm)
10 - Dialogue (Part One & Part Two) (Robert Lamm)
11 - Just You 'N' Me (James Pankow)
12 - Something In This City Changes People (Robert Lamm)
13 - In Terms Of Two (Peter Cetera)
14 - Feelin' Stronger Every Day (Peter Cetera & James Pankow)
15 - (I've Been) Searchin' So Long (James Pankow)
16 - Mongonucleosis (James Pankow)
17 - Wishing You Were Here (Peter Cetera)
18 - Call On Me (Lee Loughnane)
19 - Happy Man** (Peter Cetera)

Disc 3: Chicago VIII-Hot Streets

01 - Harry Truman (Robert Lamm)
02 - Old Days (James Pankow)
03 - Brand New Love Affair - Part I & II (James Pankow)
04 - Never Been In Love Before (Robert Lamm)
05 - You Are On My Mind (James Pankow)
06 - Mama Mama (Peter Cetera)
07 - Hope For-Love (Terry Kath)
08 - Another Rainy Day In New York City (Robert Lamm)
09 - Gently I'll Wake You (Robert Lamm)
10 - If You Leave Me Now (Peter Cetera)
11 - Mississippi Delta City Blues (Terry Kath)
12 - Baby, What A Big Surprise (Peter Cetera)
13 - Take Me Back To Chicago (Danny Seraphine & David "Hawk" Wolinski)
14 - Prelude (Little One) / Little One (Danny Seraphine & David "Hawk" Wolinski)
15 - Gone Long Gone (Peter Cetera)
16 - No Tell Over* (Lee Loughnane, Danny Seraphine & Peter Cetera)
17 - Alive Again* (James Pankow)
18 - The Greatest Love On Earth (Danny Seraphine & David "Hawk" Wolinski)
19 - Little Miss Lovin' (Peter Cetera)
20 - Hot Streets (Robert Lamm)

Disc 4: Chicago 13-18

01 - Street Player* (Danny Seraphine & David "Hawk" Wolinski)
02 - Must Have Been Crazy (Donnie Dacus)
03 - Manipulation (Robert Lamm)
04 - Thunder And Lightning (Robert Lamm, Danny Seraphine & Peter Cetera)
05 - Song For You (Peter Cetera)
06 - The American Dream (James Pankow)
07 - Love Me Tomorrow (Peter Cetera & David Foster)
08 - Chains (Ian Thomas)
09 - What You're Missing?* (Jay Gruska & Joseph Williams)
10 - Hard To Say I'm Sorry / Get Away (Peter Cetera & David Foster) / (Peter Cetera, David Foster & Robert Lamm)
11 - Stay The Night (Peter Cetera & David Foster)
12 - We Can Stop The Hurtin' (Robert Lamm, Bill Champlin & Debrah Neal)
13 - Hard Habit To Break (Steve Kipner & John Parker)
14 - Along Comes A Woman* (Peter Cetera & Mark Goldenberg)
15 - You're The Inspiration (Peter Cetera & David Foster)
16 - Good For Nothing (Richard Marx, Robert Lamm & David Foster)
17 - If She Would Have Been Faithful... (Steve Kipner & Randy Goodrum)
18 - Forever (Robert Lamm & Bill Gable)
19 - Will You Still Love Me?** (David Foster, Tom Keane & Richard Baskin)
20 - Niagara Falls (Steve Kipner & Bobby Caldwell)

Disc 5: Chicago 19-Heart Of, Vol. II

01 - Heart In Pieces (Tim Feehan & Brian McLeod)
02 - Look Away (Diane Warren)
03 - What Kind Of Man Would I Be? (Jason Scheff, Chas Sandford & Bobby Caldwell)
04 - I Don't Wanna Live Without Your Love (Diane Warren & Albert Hammond)
05 - We Can Last Forever (Jason Scheff & John Dexter)
06 - You're Not Alone* (Jimmy Scott)
07 - Hearts In Trouble* (Bill Champlin, Dennis Matkosky & Kevin Dukes)
08 - Only Time Can Heal The Wounded (Robert Lamm & Gerard McMahon)
09 - You Come To My Senses (Billy Steinberg & Tom Kelly)
10 - God Save The Queen (James Pankow)
11 - Chasin' The Wind (Diane Warren)
12 - All The Years (Robert Lamm & Bruce Gaitsch)
13 - Stone Of Sisyphus (Dawayne Bailey & Lee Loughnane)
14 - Bigger Than Elvis (Jason Scheff, Peter Wolf & Ina Wolf)
15 - Caravan (Duke Ellington, Juan Tizoll & Irving Mills)
16 - Here In My Heart (James Newton Howard & Glen Ballard)
17 - The Only One* (James Pankow & Greg O'Connor)
18 - All Roads Lead To You (Marc Beeson & Desmond Child)
19 - Show Me A Sign (James Pankow & Greg O'Connor)

Disc 6: Special Archival Bonus DVD

Chicago Live At The Aerie Crown Theatre
01 - Backstage & Buildup
02 - Now That You've Gone (James Pankow)
03 - Devil's Sweet (Danny Seraphine & Walter Parazaider)
04 - Saturday In The Park (Robert Lamm)
05 - Dialogue
06 - End Credits

Promotional Film For Chicago 13
07 - Intro
08 - Must Have Been Crazy (Donnie Dacus)
09 - Cat Pranks
10 - Run Away (James Pankow)
11 - Street Player (Danny Seraphine & David "Hawk" Wolinski)

* = Single Version
** = Special Edit


The Box Set Produced for Released by Chicago, Gary Peterson & David McLees
Audio Supervision : Jeff Magib & Lee Loughnane
Remastering : David Donnelly at DNA Studios, Studio City, CA


Disc 1: CTA-Chicago

01 - Introduction

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02 - Does Anybody Really Know What Me It Is?**

Also issued as Columbia Single (Mono mix/edit) #4-45264 (11/4/70); Pop #7, AC #5. This edit (w/o introductory "free form" piano piece) is a stereo representation of the original single release and was originally issued on "Only The Beginning / The Very Best Of Chicago", Rhino #R2-76170 (7/2/02)

03 - Beginnings*

Also issued as Columbia single (mono mix/edit) #4-44909 (7/3/69); Pop #71. Reissued as columbia single (mono mix) #4-45264 (11/4/70)

04 - Questions 67 And 68

Also issued as Columbia single (mono mix/edit) #4-45011 (10/28/69). Reissued as columbia single (mono mix/edit) #4-45417 (6/11/71); Pop #7, AC #1. This edit (w/o full percussion outro) was originally issued on "Chicago IX / Chicago's Greatest Hits" Columbia #FC-33900 (11/75)

05 - Listen

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06 - South California Purples

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07 - I'm A Man**

Also issued as Columbia single (edit) #4-45467 (9/16/71); Pop #49. This edit (w/o full drum & percussion interlude) was originally issued on "Only The Beginning / The Very Best Of Chicago", Rhino #R2-76170 (7/2/02)

Tracks 01-07
From "Chicago Transit Authority"
Columbia @GP-8 (4/69); LPs #17
Produced by James William Guercio
Engineered by Fred Catero
Recorded & Mixed at Columbia Recording Studios, New York, NY (January 1969)
Featuring :
Robert Lamm : Vocals & Keyboards
Terry Kath : Vocals & Guitar
Peter Cetera : Vocals & Bass
Danny Seraphine : Drums 
Lee Loughnane : Trumpet & Vocals
James Pankow : Trombone
Walter Parazaider : Woodwinds & Vocals
All Brass Arrangements by James Pankow with some help from the rest of the boys

08 - Movin' In

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09 - Wake A Sunshine

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       Ballet For A Girl In Buchannon:
10 - Make Me Smile / So Much To Say, So Much To Give / Anxiety's Moment / West Virginia Fantasies

"Make Me Smile" was also issued as Columbia single (edit) #4S-45127 (3/17/70); Pop #9

11 - Colour My World

Also issued as Columbia single #4S-45127 (3/7/70). Reissued as Columbia single (mono mix) #4-45417 (6/11/71); Pop #7

12 - To Be Free / Now More Than Ever

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13 - Fancy Colours

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14 - 25 Or 6 To 4

Also issued as Columbia single (mono mix/Edit) #4-45194 (6/30/70); Pop #4

15 - Poem For The People

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16 - It Better End Soon: 1st Movement / 3rd Movement / 4th Movement**

This edit (w/o flute improvisation) appears for the first time

Tracks 08-16
From "Chicago"
Columbia #KGP-24 (1/70); LPs #4
Produced by James William Guercio
Engineered by Don Puluse, Brian Ross-Myring & Chris Hinshaw
Recorded & Mixed at Columbia Recording Studios, New York, NY & Columbia Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA (August 1969)
Featuring :
Robert Lamm : Vocals & Keyboards
Terry Kath : Vocals & Guitar
Peter Cetera : Vocals & Bass
Danny Seraphine : Drums 
Lee Loughnane : Trumpet & Vocals
James Pankow : Trombone
Walter Parazaider : Woodwinds & Vocals


Disc 2: Chicago III-VII

01 - Loneliness Is Just A Word

Also issued as Columbia single #4-45370 (4/19/71)

       Travel Suite (Excerpts):
02 - Flight 602

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03 - Free

Also issued as Columbia single #4-45331 (2/8/71); Pop #20

04 - Mother

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05 - Lowdown

Also issued as Columbia single #4-45370 (4/19/71); Pop #35

06 - An Hour In The Shower: A Hard Risin' Morning Without Breakfast / Off To Work / Fallin' Out / Dreamin' Home / Morning Blues Again

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Tracks 01-06
From "Chicago III"
Columbia #C2-30110 (1/71); LPs #2
Produced by James William Guercio
Engineered by Don Puluse & Sy Mitchell
Recordists : Lou Waxman & Willie Greer
Recorded & Mixed at Columbia Recording Studios, New York, NY (November 1970)
Featuring :
Robert Lamm : Vocals & Keyboards
Terry Kath : Vocals & Guitar
Peter Cetera : Vocals & Bass
Danny Seraphine : Drums 
Lee Loughnane : Trumpet & Vocals
James Pankow : Trombone
Walter Parazaider : Woodwinds & Vocals

07 - A Hit By Varèse

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08 - All Is Well

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09 - Saturday In The Park

Also issued as Columbia single #4-45657 (7/13/72); Pop #3, AC #8

10 - Dialogue (Part One & Part Two)

Also issued as Columbia single (edit) #4-45717 (10/6/72); Pop #24

Tracks 07-10
From "Chicago V"
Columbia #KC-31102 (7/72); LPs #1
Produced by James William Guercio
Engineered by Wayne Tarnowski
Recorded & Mixed at Columbia Recording Studios, New York, NY (September 20-24, 27-29, 1971)
Featuring :
Robert Lamm : Vocals & Keyboards
Terry Kath : Vocals & Guitar
Peter Cetera : Vocals & Bass
Danny Seraphine : Drums, Congas & Antique Bells
Lee Loughnane : Trumpet, Percussion & Vocals
James Pankow : Trombone & Percussion
Walter Parazaider : Woodwinds & Percussion

11 - Just You 'N' Me

Also issued as Columbia single #4-45933 (9/7/73); Pop #4, AC #7

12 - Something In This City Changes People

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13 - In Terms Of Two

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14 - Feelin' Stronger Every Day

Also issued as Columbia single #4-45880 (6/5/73); Pop #10

Tracks 11-14
From "Chicago VI"
Columbia #KC-32400 (6/73); LPs #1
Produced by James William Guercio
Engineered by Wayne Tarnowski
Assisted by Jeff Guercio
Mixed by Phil Ramone
Assisted by Richard Blakin
Recorded & Mixed at Caribou Ranch, Nederland, CO (February, 1973)
Featuring :
Robert Lamm : Vocals & Keyboards
Terry Kath : Vocals & Guitar
Peter Cetera : Vocals & Bass
Danny Seraphine : Drums
Lee Loughnane : Trumpet & Vocals
James Pankow : Trombone
Walter Parazaider : Woodwinds
With :
G. O'Rafferty : Pedal Steel on "In Terms Of Two"
Laudir De Oliveira & Joe Lala : Congas

15 - (I've Been) Searchin' So Long

Also issued as Columbia single # (Edit)#4-46020 (2/21/74); Pop #9, AC #8

16 - Mongonucleosis

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17 - Wishing You Were Here

Also issued as Columbia single #3-10049 (10/74); Pop #11, AC #1

18 - Call On Me

Also issued as Columbia single #4-46062 (5/31/74); Pop #6, AC #1

19 - Happy Man**

This edit (w/o false start) was originally issued on "Greatest Hits, Volume II", Columbia #FC-37682 (11/81)

Tracks 15-19
From "Chicago VII"
Columbia #C2-32810 (3/74); LPs #1
Produced by James William Guercio
Engineered by Wayne Tarnowski & Jeff Guercio
Strings Recorded by Armin Steiner
Mixed by Phil Ramone
Recorded & Mixed at Caribou Ranch, Nederland, CO (August-December, 1973)
Strings Recorded at Sound Labs, Hollywood, CA
Featuring :
Robert Lamm : Vocals & Keyboards
Terry Kath : Vocals, Guitar & Bass on "Wishing You Were Here" & "Happy Man"
Peter Cetera : Vocals, Bass & Guitar on "Wishing You Were Here"
Danny Seraphine : Drums & Percussion
Lee Loughnane : Trumpet & Vocals
James Pankow : Trombone, Timbales, Percussion, Vocals & Brass Arrangements for "(I've Been) Searchin' So Long", "Mongonucleosis" & "Call On Me"
Walter Parazaider : Woodwinds
With :
David "Hawk" Wolinski : Arp Synthesizer on "(I've Been) Searchin' So Long" & "Wishing You Were Here"
James William Guercio : Guitar on "Wishing You Were Here", Acoustic Guitar on "Happy Man"
Laudir De Oliveira : Congas on "(I've Been) Searchin' So Long", Percussion on "Mongonucleosis", "Wishing You Were Here", "Call On Me" & "Happy Man"
Guille Garcia : Congas on "Mongonucleosis" & "Call On Me", Percussion on "Happy Man"
Jimmie Haskell : Strings for "(I've Been) Searchin' So Long"
Diane Nini, Julie Nini, Camelia Ortiz, Bobbi Roen & Hank Steiger : Optional Party Background Noises on "Mongonucleosis"
Al Jardine, Carl Wilson & Dennis Wilson : Background vocals on "Wishing You Were Here"


Disc 3: Chicago VIII-Hot Streets

01 - Harry Truman

Also issued as Columbia single #3-10092 (2/75); Pop #13, AC #23

02 - Old Days

Also issued as Columbia single #3-10131 (4/75); Pop #5, AC #3

03 - Brand New Love Affair - Part I & II

Also issued as Columbia single #3-10200 (8/75); Pop #61, AC #27

04 - Never Been In Love Before

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Tracks 01-04
From "Chicago VIII"
Columbia #PC-33100 (3/75); LPs #1
Produced by James William Guercio
Engineered by Wayne Tarnowski, Jeff Guercio & Mark Guercio
Strings Recorded by Armin Steiner
Mixed by Phil Ramone
Recorded & Mixed at Caribou Ranch, Nederland, CO (September 74)
Strings Recorded at Sound Labs, Hollywood, CA
Featuring :
Robert Lamm : Vocals & Keyboards
Terry Kath : Vocals & Guitar
Peter Cetera : Vocals & Bass
Danny Seraphine : Drums
Laudir De Oliveira : Congas & Percussion
Lee Loughnane : Trumpet & Vocals
James Pankow : Trombone
Walter Parazaider : Woodwinds
With :
Patrick Williams : String Orchestration for "Old Days" & "Brand New Love Affair"
The Caribou Kitchenets (John Carsello, Donna Conroy, Laudir De Oliveira, Bob Eberhardt, Steve Fagin, Kristy Ferguson, Linda Greene, Lee Loughnane, Brandy Maitland, Katherine Ogden, James Pankow, Walter Parazaider, Joanne Rocconi & Richard Torres) : Vocal Chorus on "Harry Truman"

05 - You Are On My Mind

Also issued as Columbia single (edit) #3-10523 (3/77); Pop #49, AC#17

06 - Mama Mama

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07 - Hope For-Love

Also issued as Columbia single #3-10360 (6/76)

08 - Another Rainy Day In New York City

Also issued as Columbia single #3-10360 (6/76); Pop #32, AC #2

09 - Gently I'll Wake You

Also issued as Columbia single #3-10523 (3/77)

10 - If You Leave Me Now

Also issued as Columbia single #3-10390 (7/76); Pop #1, AC #1

Tracks 05-10
From "Chicago X"
Columbia #PC-34200 (6/76); LPs #3
Produced by James William Guercio
Engineered by Wayne Tarnowski
Assisted by Tom Likes
Strings Recorded by Armin Steiner
Recorded & Mixed at Caribou Ranch, Nederland, CO (March-April, 1976)
Strings Recorded at Sound Labs, Hollywood, CA
Featuring :
Robert Lamm : Vocals, Keyboards & String Arrangement for "Gently I'll Wake You"
Terry Kath : Vocals & Guitar
Peter Cetera : Vocals & Bass
Danny Seraphine : Drums & Vocals
Laudir De Oliveira : Percussion & Vocals
Lee Loughnane : Trumpet & Vocals
James Pankow : Trombone & Vocals
Walter Parazaider : Woodwinds & Vocals
With :
David "Hawk" Wolinski : Piano & Mellotron on "Hope For Love"
James William Guercio : Guitar on "Hope For Love", Acoustic Guitar & Bass on "If You Leave Me Now"
Othello Molineaux & Leroy Williams : Steel Drums on "Another Rainy Day In New York City"
Jimmie Haskell : String & French Horn Orchestration for "Mama Mama" & "If You Leave Me Now" & String Conductor for "Gently I'll Wake You"

11 - Mississippi Delta City Blues

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12 - Baby, What A Big Surprise

Also issued as Columbia single #3-10620 (9/77); Pop #4, AC #8

13 - Take Me Back To Chicago

Also issued as Columbia single (edit) #3-10737 (5/78); Pop #63, AC #39

14 - Prelude (Little One) / Little One

"Little One" was also issued as Columbia single (Edit) #3-10683 (1/78); Pop #44, AC #40

Tracks 11-14
From "Chicago XI"
Columbia #JC-34860 (9/77); LPs #6
Produced by James William Guercio
Engineered by Wayne Tarnowski
Assisted by Tom Likes
Strings Recorded by Armin Steiner
Recorded & Mixed at Caribou Ranch, Nederland, CO
Strings Recorded at Sound Labs, Hollywood, CA
Featuring :
Robert Lamm : Vocals, Keyboards, Percussion & Steinway on "Little One"
Terry Kath : Vocals, Guitar, Percussion & Electric Guitar on "Baby, What A Big Surprise"
Peter Cetera : Vocals & Bass
Danny Seraphine : Drums, Percussion & Conception for "Prelude (Little One)"
Laudir De Oliveira : Percussion
Lee Loughnane : Trumpet, Vocals, Flugelhorn Solo on "Prelude (Little One)"
James Pankow : Trombone, Keyboards, Percussion, Vocals & Brass Arrangements for "Mississippi Delta City Blues", "Take Me Back To Chicago" (w/Danny Seraphine) & "Little One"
Walter Parazaider : Woodwinds
Most of the Brass Arrangements on this album were written by James Pankow, with important compositional contibutions by all of the guys
With :
David "Hawk" Wolinski : Arp Synthesizer on "Take Me Back To Chicago" & Fender Rhodes on "Little One"
James William Guercio : Acoustic Guitar & Bass on "Baby, What A Big Surprise"
Dominic Frontiere : Orchestral Conception & Orchestration for "Baby, What A Big Surprise" (w/Peter Cetera & James William Guercio) & String & Orchestral Arrangements for "Little One"
Tim Cetera & Carl Wilson : Background vocals on "Baby, What A Big Surprise"
Chaka Khan : Background vocals & Incredible Preach at end of "Take Me Back To Chicago"

15 - Gone Long Gone

Also issued as Columbia single #3-10935 (3/79); Pop #73

16 - No Tell Over*

Also issued as Columbia single (Edit) #3-10879 (12/78); Pop #14, AC #5

17 - Alive Again*

Also issued as Columbia single (Edit) #3-10845 (10/78); Pop #14, AC #39

18 - The Greatest Love On Earth

Also issued as Columbia single #3-10935 (3/79)

19 - Little Miss Lovin'

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20 - Hot Streets

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Tracks 15-20
From "Hot Streets"
Columbia #FC-35512 (10/78); LPs #12
Produced by Phil Ramone & Chicago
Engineered by Jim Boyer
Assisted by Don Gehman, Lee DeCarlo, Dave Martone, Kevin Ryan & Peter Lewis
Mixed by Jim Boyer & Phil Ramone
Recorded at Criteria Studios, Miami, FL (May-June 1978)
Additional Recording at Record Plant (3rd Street), Los Angeles, CA
Mixed at A&R Recording Inc., New York, NY
Featuring :
Robert Lamm : Vocals & Keyboards
Donnie Dacus : Vocals, Guitars & Solos on "Alive Again" & "Hot Streets"
Peter Cetera : Vocals & Bass
Danny Seraphine : Drums
Laudir De Oliveira : Percussion
Lee Loughnane : Trumpet & Vocals
James Pankow : Trombone & Brass Arrangements
Walter Parazaider : Woodwinds & Flute Solo on "Hot Streets"
With :
Blue Weaver : Synthesizer & Strings on "No Tell Lover"
Barry Gibb, Maurice Gibb & Robin Gibb : Background vocals on "Little Miss Lovin'"


Disc 4: Chicago 13-18

01 - Street Player*

Also issued as Columbia single (Edit) #1-11124 (10/79)
Also Issued as Columbia (12") single (Extended Remix) #1-11138 (11/9/79)

02 - Must Have Been Crazy

Also issued as Columbia single #1-11061 (8/79); Pop #83

Tracks 01-02
From "Chicago 13"
Produced by Phil Ramone & Chicago
Engineered by Jim Boyer
Assisted by Nick Blagona, Robbie Whelan, Roger Ginsley, John Beverly Jones, Peter Lewis & Brad Leigh
Recorded at Le Studio, Montreal, QU & A&M Studios, Hollywood, CA
Mixed at A&R Recording Studios, New York, NY
Featuring :
Robert Lamm : Vocals & Keyboards
Donnie Dacus : Vocals & Guitar
Peter Cetera : Vocals & Bass
Danny Seraphine : Drums
Laudir De Oliveira : Percussion
Lee Loughnane : Trumpet & Vocals
James Pankow : Trombone
Walter Parazaider : Woodwinds
With :
David "Hawk" Wolnski : Synthesizer on "Street Player"
Airto Moreira : Percussion on "Street Player"
Maynard Ferguson : Trumpet on "Street Player"

03 - Manipulation

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04 - Thunder And Lightning

Also issued as Columbia single #1-11345 (8/80); Pop #56, AC #46

05 - Song For You

Also issued as Columbia single #1-11341 (8/80)
Reissued as Columbia single #11-11376 (9/80)

06 - The American Dream

Also issued as Columbia single #11-11376 (9/80)

Tracks 03-06
From "Chicago XIV"
Columbia #FC-36517 (7/80); LPs #71
Produced by Tom Dowd
Engineered by Michael Carnevale
Assisted by Bill Freesh, Karat Faye & Ricky Delena
Recorded & Mixed at record Plant (3rd Street), Los Angeles, CA
Featuring :
Robert Lamm : Vocals & Keyboards
Peter Cetera : Vocals & Bass
Danny Seraphine : Drums
Laudir De Oliveira : Percussion
Lee Loughnane : Trumpet & Vocals
James Pankow : Trombone
Walter Parazaider : Woodwinds
With :
David "Hawk" Wolinski : Keyboards
Ian Underwood : Programming
Mark Goldenberg & Chris Pinnick : Guitar

07 - Love Me Tomorrow

Also issued as Full Moon/Warner Bros. single (Edit) #7-29911 (8/25/82); Pop #22, AC #8

08 - Chains

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09 - What You're Missing?*

Also issued as Full Moon/Warner Bros. single (Edit) #7-29798 (12/29/82); Pop #81

10 - Hard To Say I'm Sorry / Get Away

"Hard To Say I'm Sorry" was also issued as Full Moon/Warner Bros. single (Edit) #7-29979 (5/19/82); Pop #1, AC #1

Tracks 07-10
From "Chicago 16"
Full Moon/Warner Bros.#1-23689 (5/26/82); LPs #9
Produced by David Foster
Engineered by Humberto Gatica
Assisted by Britt Bacon, Don Levy, Bobby Gerber, Phil Jamtaas, Ernie Sheesely, Jeff Borgeson, Steve Cohen & David Schober
Mixed by Humberto Gatica
Assisted by Walter Parazaider, Lee Loughnane & Jack Goudie
"Hard To Say I'm Sorry" & "Get Away" Mixed by Bill Schnee
Recorded at Bill Schnee Studios, North Hollywood, CA ; Record Plant (3rd Street), Los Angeles, CA ; Davlen Studios, Hollywood, CA ; Skyline Recording Studios & Topanga Park, CA
Mixed at Studio 55, Hollywood, CA
Featuring :
Robert Lamm : Vocals & Keyboards
Bill Champlin : Vocals
Peter Cetera : Vocals & Bass
Danny Seraphine : Drums
Lee Loughnane : Trumpet
James Pankow : Trombone & Horn Arrangements
Walter Parazaider : Woodwinds
Rhythm Arrangements by Peter Cetera, Danny Seraphine & David Foster
Background vocals Arrangements by Peter Cetera & Bill Champlin
With :
David Foster : Keyboards & Additional Horn Arrangements
David Paich : Synthesizer
Steve Porcaro : Programming
Michael Landau, Steve Lukather & Chris Pinnick : Guitar
Jeremy Lubbock (w/Peter Cetera & David Foster) : String Arrangements for "Love Me Tomorrow" & "Hard To Say I'm Sorry"
Gerald Vinci : Concertmaster

11 - Stay The Night

Also issued as Full Moon/Warner Bros. single #7-29306 (4/18/84); Pop #16
 
12 - We Can Stop The Hurtin'

Also issued as Full Moon/Warner Bros. single #7-29082 (2/6/85)

13 - Hard Habit To Break

Also issued as Full Moon/Warner Bros. single #7-29214 (7/18/84); Pop #3, AC #3

14 - Along Comes A Woman*

Also issued as Full Moon/Warner Bros. single (Remixed/Edit) #7-29082 (2/6/85); Pop #14, AC #25

15 - You're The Inspiration

Also issued as Full Moon/Warner Bros. single #7-29126 (10/31/84); Pop #3, AC #1

Tracks 11-15
From "Chicago 17"
Full Moon/Warner Bros. #1-25060 (5/14/84); LPs #4
Produced by David Foster
Engineered by Humberto Gatica
Assisted by Laura Livingston, Eddie DeLena & Terry Christian
Additional Overdubs by Paul Lani & Larry Fergusson
Mixed by Humberto Gatica
Assisted by Larry Fergusson
Recorded at The Lighthouse, North Hollywood, CA ; Record Plant (3rd Street), Los Angeles, CA & Sunset Sound, Hollywood, CA
Mixed at Lion Share Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA
Featuring :
Robert Lamm : Vocals & Keyboards
Bill Champlin : Vocals, Keyboards & Guitar
Peter Cetera : Vocals & Bass
Chris Pinnick : Guitar
Danny Seraphine : Drums
Lee Loughnane : Trumpet
James Pankow : Trombone & Horn Arrangements for "We Can Stop The Hurtin'" & "Along Comes A Woman"
Walter Parazaider : Woodwinds
With :
David Foster : Keyboards, Programming & Additional Arrangements
Erich Bulling, Marcus Ryle & John Van Tongeren : Programming
Mark Goldenberg, Paul Jackson Jr. & Michael Landau : Guitar
Paulinho Da Costa : Percussion
Greg Adams & Gary Grant : Horns
Jeremy Lubbock : String Arrangements for "Hard Habit To Break" & "You're The Inspiration"
Gerald Vinci : Concertmaster
Kenny Cetera : Background vocals
Richard Marx & Donny Osmond : Background vocals on "We Can Stop The Hurtin'"

16 - Good For Nothing

Track 16
From "USA For Africa" / "We Are The World" (Various Artists)
Columbia #USA-40043 (3/28/85); LPs #1
Various Producers, Engineers & Recording Studios
"Good For Nothing" Produced by David Foster
Engineered & Mixed by Humberto Gatica
Recorded & Mixed at Lion Share Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA
Featuring :
Robert Lamm : Vocals, Keyboards & Synthesizer
Bill Champlin : Vocals
Peter Cetera : Vocals & Bass
Danny Seraphine : Drums
Lee Loughnane : Trumpet
James Pankow : Trombone
Walter Parazaider : Woodwinds
With :
David Foster : Keyboards & Synthesizer
Paul Jackson Jr. : Guitar

17 - If She Would Have Been Faithful...

Also issued as Full Moon/Warner Bros. single (Edit) #7-28424 (3/6/87); Pop #17, AC #9

18 - Forever

Also issued as Full Moon/Warner Bros. single #7-28424 (3/6/87)

19 - Will You Still Love Me?**

Also issued as Full Moon/Warner Bros. single (Remix/Edit) #7-28512 (10/24/86); Pop #3, AC #2

20 - Niagara Falls

Also issued as Full Moon/Warner Bros. single #7-28283 (6/19/87); Pop #91

Tracks 17-20
From "Chicago 18"
Full Moon/Warner Bros. #1-25509 (9/22/86); LPs #35
Produced by David Foster
Engineered by Humberto Gatica
Assisted by Claudio Ordenes, Britt Bacon, David Garfield & Ray Pyle
Mixed by Humberto Gatica
Assisted by Laura Livingston
Recorded at Chartmaker Studio, Malibu, CA ; Skyline Recording Company; Malibu, CA & Lion Share Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA
Mixed at Lion Share Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA
Featuring :
Robert Lamm : Vocals & Keyboards
Bill Champlin : Vocals & Keyboards
Jason Scheff : Vocals & Bass
Danny Seraphine : Drums & Drum Programming
Lee Loughnane : Trumpet
James Pankow : Trombone & Brass Arrangements
Walter Parazaider : Woodwinds
Vocal Arrangements by Chicago, Bill Champlin & David Foster
With :
David Foster : Keyboards, Programming & Additional Arrangements
Michael Boddicker, Dave Boruff, Rhett Lawrence & Bo Tomlyn : Programming
Buzz Feiten, Michael Landau & Steve Lukather : Guitar
Jeremy Lubbock : String Arrangements
Gerald Vinci : Concertmaster


Disc 5: Chicago 19-Heart Of, Vol. II

01 - Heart In Pieces

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02 - Look Away

Also issued as Full Moon/Warner Bros. single (Remix) #7-27766 (9/9/88); Pop #1, AC #1

03 - What Kind Of Man Would I Be?

Also issued as Full Moon/Warner Bros. single (Remix) #7-22741 (11/17/89); Pop #5, AC #2

04 - I Don't Wanna Live Without Your Love

Also issued as Full Moon/Warner Bros. single #7-27855 (5/20/88); Pop #3, AC #5

05 - We Can Last Forever

Also issued as Full Moon/Warner Bros. single (Remix) #7-27757 (1/13/89); Pop #10, AC #12

06 -  You're Not Alone*

Also issued as Full Moon/Warner Bros. single (Remix) #7-27757 (1/13/89); Pop #10, AC #9

Tracks 01-06
From "Chicago 19"
Full Moon/Reprise #1-25714 (6/21/88); LPs #37
Produced by Chas Sandford
"Look Away", "I Don't Wanna Live Without Your Love", "We Can Last Forever" & "You're Not Alone" Produced by Ron Nevison
Engineered by Gary McGachen, Chas Sandford & Ron Nevison
Assisted by Daren Chadwick, Bob Vogt, Nick Basich, Stan Katayama, Jeff Poe & Michael E. Hutchinson
Mixed by Greg Walsh, James Guthrie & Chas Sandford
Recorded & Mixed at Secret Sound, Woodland Hills, CA ; A&M Studios, Hollywood, CA ; Record Plant, Hollywood, CA ; Can-Am Recorders, Tarzana, CA & Gold Mine Studio, Woodland Hills, CA
Featuring :
Robert Lamm : Vocals & Keyboards
Bill Champlin : Vocals & Keyboards
Jason Scheff : Vocals & Bass
Danny Seraphine : Drums, Percussion & Programming
Lee Loughnane : Trumpet
James Pankow : Trombone
Walter Parazaider : Sax
All Brass Arrangements by James Pankow & Lee Loughnane
With :
Philip Ashley, John Campbell & Charles Judge : Keyboards
Kiki Ebsen : Keyboards & Programming
Peter Kaye & Peter Mayer : Programming
Mike Murphy : Programming & Cowbell
Dawayne Bailey : Guitar & Background vocals
Dann Huff & Chas Sandford : Guitar
Efrain Toro : Drum Programming
Tamara Champlin : Background vocals
Tim Feehan : Background vocals on "Heart In Pieces"
 
07 - Hearts In Trouble*

Also issued as DGC single (Edit) #7-19679 (7/20/90); Pop #75

Track 07
From "Days Of Thunder/Music From The Motion Picture Soundtrack"
DGC #DGC-2429 (6/26/90); LPs #27
Various Producers, Engineers & Recording Studios
"Hearts In Trouble" Produced by Bill Champlin & Dennis Matkosky
Engineered by Michael E. Hutchinson
Mixed by Tom Lord-Alge
Recorded at Gold Mine Studio, Woodland Hills, CA
Featuring :
Robert Lamm : Vocals & Keyboards
Bill Champlin : Vocals, Keyboards & Harmonica
Jason Scheff : Vocals & Bass
Dawayne Bailey : Guitar & Vocals
Lee Loughnane : Trumpet & Vocals
James Pankow : Trombone & Vocals
Walter Parazaider : Sax & Vocals
With :
Kevin Dukes : Guitar & Background vocals
Jody Cortez : Drums
Tamara Champlin & Leslie Matkosky : Background vocals

08 - Only Time Can Heal The Wounded

Also issued as Full Moon/Warner Bros. single #7-19466 (1/3/91)

09 - You Come To My Senses

Also issued as Full Moon/Warner Bros. single #7-19205 (8/29/91); AC #11

10 - God Save The Queen

Also issued as Full Moon/Warner Bros. single #7-19449 (4/4/91)

11 - Chasin' The Wind

Also issued as Full Moon/Warner Bros. single #7-19466 (1/3/91); Pop #39, AC #13

Tracks 08-11
From "Twenty I"
Full Moon/Reprise #9-26391 (1/29/91); LPs #66
Produced by Ron Nevison
Engineered by Ron Nevison & Alex Rodriguez
Assisted by Jim Mitchell & Jeff Poe
Mixed by Humberto Gatica
Recorded & Mixed at Record Plant, Hollywood, CA ; Can-Am Recorders, Tarzana, CA & Ground Control, Santa Monica, CA
Featuring :
Robert Lamm : Vocals & Keyboards
Bill Champlin : Vocals & Keyboards
Jason Scheff : Vocals & Bass
Dawayne Bailey : Guitar & Vocals
Lee Loughnane : Trumpet, Flugelhorn & Vocals
James Pankow : Trombone & Vocals
Walter Parazaider : Sax, Flute & Vocals
Brass Arrangements by James Pankow & Lee Loughnane
With :
David Foster : Acoustic Piano
Robbie Buchanan, Tom Keane & Efrain Toro : Keyboards
Steve Porcaro : Programming
Michael Landau : Guitar
Tris Imboden & John Keane : Drums
Stephen "Doc" Kupka : Baritone Sax
Jerry Hey : Brass Arrangement for "Only Time Can Heal The Wounded"
 
12 - All The Years

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13 - Stone Of Sisyphus

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14 - Bigger Than Elvis


Tracks 12-14
From "Chicago 22/Stone Of Sisyphus"
Full Moon/Reprise (Unissued)
Produced by Peter Wolf
Engineered by Paul Eriksen
Mixed by Tom Lord-Alge
Recorded at The Embassy Recording Studio, Simi Valley, CA (1992/1993)
Mixed at Encore Studios, Burbank, CA
Featuring :
Robert Lamm : Vocals & Keyboards
Bill Champlin : Vocals, Keyboards & Guitar
Jason Scheff : Vocals & Bass
Dawayne Bailey : Guitar & Vocals
Tris Imboden : Drums & Harmonica
Lee Loughnane : Trumpet, Flugelhorn & Vocals
James Pankow : Trombone & Vocals
Walter Parazaider : Woodwinds
With :
Peter Wolf : Keyboards & Programming
Bruce Gaitsch : Guitar on "All The Years"
Jerry Scheff : Bass on "Bigger Than Elvis"
The Jordanaires : Background vocals on "Bigger Than Elvis"

15 - Caravan

Track 15
From "Night & Day"/Big Band
Giant #9-24615 (5/23/95); Lps #90
Produced by Bruce Fairbairn
Engineered by Erwin Musper & Mike Plotnikoff
Assisted by Delwyn Brooks & Robbes Stieglitz
Mixed by Erwin Musper
Recorded & Mixed at The Armoury Studios, Vancouver, BC (December 1994) & Record Plant, Hollywood, CA (January 1995)
Featuring :
Robert Lamm : Vocals & Keyboards
Bill Champlin : Vocals, Keyboards & Guitar
Jason Scheff : Vocals & Bass
Bruce Gaitsch : Guitar
Tris Imboden : Drums & Harmonica
Lee Loughnane : Trumpet & Flugelhorn
James Pankow : Trombone & Brass Arrangement for "Caravan"
Walter Parazaider : Woodwinds
With :
Luis Conte : Percussion
Shelly Berg & Bill Watrous : Big Band Arrangements & Orchestrations

16 - Here In My Heart

Also issued as Reprise (Promo) single #PRCD-8688 (3/25/97); Pop #59, AC #1

17 - The Only One*

Also issued as Reprise (Promo) single #PRCD-8691 (9/97); AC #17

Tracks 16-17
From "The Heart Of Chicago, 1967-1997" (Compilation)
Reprise #9-46554 (4/22/97); LPs #55
Various Producers, Engineers & Recording Studios
"Here In My Heart" Produced by James Newton Howard
Recorded & Mixed at Conway Recording Studios, Hollywood, CA
"The Only One" Produced by Lenny Kravitz
Recorded at Sound City, Van Nuys, CA & Goodnight LA Studios, Van Nuys, CA
Mixed at Sound City, Van Nuys, CA
Featuring :
Robert Lamm : Vocals & Keyboards
Bill Champlin : Vocals & Keyboards
Jason Scheff : Vocals & Bass
Keith Howland : Guitar
Tris Imboden : Drums
Lee Loughnane : Trumpet & Flugelhorn
James Pankow : Trombone
Walter Parazaider : Woodwinds
With :
James Newton Howard : Piano on "Here In My Heart"
Michael Landau : Guitar on "Here In My Heart
Lenny Kravitz : Vocals on "The Only One"

18 - All Roads Lead To You

Also issued as Reprise (Promo) single #PROCD-9262-R (5/98); AC #14

19 - Show Me A Sign

Also issued as Reprise (Promo) single #7-17170 (3/99); AC #28

Tracks 18-19
From "The Heart Of Chicago, 1967-1998/Volume 2" (Compilation)
Reprise #9-46911 (5/12/98); LPs #154
Various Producers, Engineers & Recording Studios
"All Roads Lead To You" & "Show Me A Sign" Produced by Roy Bittan
Engineered by Ed Thacker
Assisted by Eric Ferguson
Recorded & Mixed at A&M Studios, Hollywood, CA
Featuring :
Robert Lamm : Vocals & Keyboards
Bill Champlin : Vocals & Keyboards
Jason Scheff : Vocals & Bass
Keith Howland : Guitar
Tris Imboden : Drums
Lee Loughnane : Trumpet & Flugelhorn
James Pankow : Trombone
Walter Parazaider : Woodwinds


Disc 6: Special Archival Bonus DVD

Chicago Live At The Aerie Crown Theatre
Directed by Arnold Levine

01 - Backstage & Buildup
02 - Now That You've Gone
03 - Devil's Sweet
04 - Saturday In The Park
05 - Dialogue
06 - End Credits

Promotional Film For Chicago 13
07 - Intro
08 - Must Have Been Crazy
09 - Cat Pranks
10 - Run Away
11 - Street Player