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Peter Cetera, released in September 1981, is the self-titled first solo release by then-Chicago bassist and lead vocalist, Peter Cetera. A much more rock-oriented album than Chicago had been producing at the time, Cetera released the album in September 1981 while still a member of the band.
By 1985, the band was embracing the newest medium, the music video channel MTV, by releasing music videos for four songs. Concurrently with Chicago's existing career, vocalist Peter Cetera had begun a solo career. He proposed an arrangement with the band where they would take hiatuses after tours to let him focus on solo work (mirroring that of Phil Collins and Genesis), but the band declined. Cetera ultimately left Chicago in the summer of 1985.
Chicago 17 is the fourteenth studio album by American band Chicago, released on May 14, 1984. It was the group's second release for Full Moon/Warner Bros. Records, their second album to be produced by David Foster and their last with founding bassist/vocalist Peter Cetera. Four singles were released from the album, all of which placed in the top 20 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The success of the singles propelled Chicago 17 to achieve an RIAA certification of six times platinum.
In 1981, Cetera released his first solo album, Peter Cetera, on Warner Bros. The album, which peaked at number 143 on the Billboard 200, was considered a commercial failure, which Cetera attributed to Warner Bros. When Chicago 17 was released in 1984, it became the veteran band's most successful selling album in their history, eventually going on to sell over six million copies in the United States alone. All four singles released from the album were sung by Cetera, including three which he co-wrote, and all of them charted in the top twenty: "Stay the.
Having tasted success with Chicago throughout the '70s, Peter Cetera decided to launch his solo career at the dawn of the '80s with this ten-track exercise in rock. In an immediate departure from the successfully safe formula Chicago utilized to exhaustion, Cetera employed a stellar crew of guest artists to reinforce that this was his project. The Beach Boys' Carl Wilson and Ricky Fataar make guest appearances, as does Toto wunderkind Steve Lukather, to complement Cetera's distinctive voice and bass playing.
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Peter Cetera – Peter Paul Cetera is an American singer, songwriter, and bassist best known for being an original member of the rock band Chicago, before launching a successful solo career. His career as a recording artist encompasses seventeen albums with Chicago, with If You Leave Me Now, a song written and sung by Cetera on the groups tenth album, Chicago garnered its first Grammy Award. The follow-up album, Chicago, vaulted the band to popular status throughout the world, the song 25 or 6 to 4 was the first major hit single with Cetera singing lead vocals. Chicago is also notable for featuring Ceteras first songwriting effort, Where Do We Go From Here, as the 1970s progressed, Cetera would become a more prolific songwriter for the group, contributing the songs Wishing You Were Here and Happy Man from the 1974 album Chicago VII.
Bassist Peter Cetera, a member of The Exceptions at the time, heard a performance and was impressed with their sound of rock and roll mixed with a horn section. Cetera left The Exceptions soon after to join the band and fill their need for higher tenor vocals. Their mission was to mix all the sounds of the city of Chicago into a new sound. The band moved to Los Angeles and signed with Columbia records in 1968. Cetera would release his first solo album in 1981, also with little success. But in 1982, he would help Chicago become alive again with the chart-topping hit Hard To Say I’m Sorry. It would be their second hit and catapult them into tremendous success throughout the decade of the 80s. Cetera really became the front man of the band, with the popularity of MTV and singing lead on all their singles from 1982-85. The reenergized success pushed him into wanting another try at a solo album.
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|1||–Chicago||If You Leave Me Now||4:03|
|2||–Chicago||You're The Inspiration||3:56|
|3||–Chicago||Baby What A Big Surprise||3:05|
|4||–Chicago||Feelin' Stonger Every Day||4:22|
|5||–Chicago||Hard To Say I'm Sorry||5:15|
|6||–Az Yet||Hard To Say I'm Sorry||3:25|
|7||–Chicago||Wishing You Were Here||4:44|
|8||–Chicago||Glory Of Love||4:26|
|9||–Chicago||Stay The Night||3:51|
|10||–Chicago||Remember The Feeling||4:30|
|11||–Chicago||Along Comes A Woman||4:16|
|12||–Chicago||Even A Fool Can See||4:33|
|13||–Chicago||You're The Inspiration
Featuring – Az Yet
|14||–Chicago||No Tell Lover||3:49|
|15||–Chicago||Gone Long Gone||3:59|
|16||–Chicago||Thunder And Lighting||3:34|
|17||–Chicago||Love Me Tomorrow||5:08|
|18||–Chicago||Any Way You Want||3:39|
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