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Chicago II (Steven Wilson Remix)

Chicago II (Steven Wilson Remix) by Chicago buy album

Chicago

Label: Rhino
Released: 2017
Duration: 01:07:06
Views: 1,709

Track Listing

Movin' In; The Road; Poem for the People; In the Country; Wake Up Sunshine; Bullet for a Girl in Buchannon: Make Me Smile, So Much to Say So Much to Give, Anxiety's Moment, West Virginia Fantasies, Colour My World, To Be Free, Now More Than Ever; Fancy Colours; 25 or 6 to 4; Memories of Love: Prelude, A.M. Mourning, P.M. Mourning, Memories of Love; It Better End Soon: 1st Movement, 2nd Movement, 3rd Movement, 4th Movement; Where Do We Go From Here.

Personnel

Chicago
Chicago

band/orchestra

Additional Personnel / Information

Peter Cetera: bass, lead and backing vocals; Terry Kath: electric and acoustic guitars, lead and backing vocals; Robert Lamm: piano, Hammond organ, Hohner Pianet, lead and backing vocals; Lee Loughnane: trumpet, flugelhorn, background vocals; James Pankow: trombone, brass arrangements; Walter Parazaider: saxophones, flute, clarinet, background vocals; Danny Seraphine: drums, percussion; Peter Matz: orchestrations and co-arrangements (15-17).


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