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Trumpeter Lee Loughnane was also at DePaul, taking a teaching degree. He bumped into Parazaider through a mutual friend, future Chicago guitarist Terry Kath. Kath was a childhood friend of Parazaider and played with him in their band Missing Links, together with drummer Danny Seraphine. Kath and Seraphine, although lacking a formal musical education were talented musicians who learnt the ropes the hard way: on the stage.

The addition of Loughnane to Missing Links gave impetus to Parazaider’s vision of having a rock band with a horn section. R&B bands already had this concept, such as James Brown, and The Beatles paved the way with their ‘Revolver’ album. However, it had never been tried out in a rock context with the horn section as an integral part of the band’s sound.

They needed more musicians, and the first to be approached was James Pankow, a recent transferee to DePaul from Quincy College who played trombone. Pankow was not from Chicago; he was from St Louis, Missouri, another area with a proud tradition of the blues. Originally he had not wanted to play trombone, because it wasn’t cool, unlike sax, guitar or drums. It wasn’t easy either starting out: it was physically difficult for a ten year old to manoeuvre such a cumbersome instrument. But he persevered, and won a full musical scholarship to Quincy College.

They still needed bass and keyboards to round out the band. They thought they had found both in organist Robert Lamm. Born in Brooklyn, New York, Lamm was asked if he could fill in the bass lines on the organ pedals, and he lied, saying that he could. Thus, The Big Thing was born, consisting of Parazaider (sax), Seraphine (drums), Kath (guitarist), Loughnane (trumpet), Pankow (trombone) and Lamm (organ and bass). Rehearsing in Parazaider’s basement, they learnt a repertoire of James Brown and Wilson Pickett material. This was in 1967.

The Big Thing became a regular on the Midwest club circuit, and on one fortuitous evening, they opened for a band called the Exceptions, “the biggest club band in the Midwest”, according to Pankow. The Big Thing then had the audacity to nick the Exceptions’ bass player, Peter Cetera.

Cetera was also a Chicago boy, taking up the accordion at age 10. He later switched to bass and joined the Exceptions. Loughnane explains Cetera’s inclusion: “We needed a bass player at the time. Robert was playing the bass pedals on the organ…there just wasn't enough bottom with the bass pedals. You needed a real bass in the band. And we needed a tenor voice…When Peter joined the band, that solidified our vocals.”

The band was now renamed Chicago Transit Authority, perhaps aptly named as the band was asked to leave Chicago and relocate to LA, in late 1968. Kath, Pankow and especially Lamm were writing large amounts of original material for the band. Parazaider’s long time friend and producer Jimmy Guercio was trying to get the band signed on CBS; the band’s demo and Guercio’s persistence led to the CBS big-wigs signing them.

In January 1969, the band went to New York to record their first album. Finding that they had too much material, they suggested doing a double album, which CBS agreed to on condition that they cut their royalties. ‘The Chicago Transit Authority’ (1969) was an audaciously ambitious double album, with audible influences from the Beatles to Jimi Hendrix, from the soulful to the rock-out bash, from howling guitar solos to smooth horn passages. It eventually peaked on the Billboard chart at no. 17. Soon after the release, the band changed its name to simply Chicago.

Simply ‘Chicago’ (1970) was also the name of their second double album, and was just as ambitious as its predecessor. Perhaps the most adventurous recording so far was the 13-minute ‘Ballet For A Girl In Buchannon’, penned by the classical-leaning Pankow. As a result of a broken jaw and some quiet writing time, Cetera too contributed some material towards the album.

January 1971 came, and it was time to record their third double album, simply titled ‘Chicago III’ (1971) – Chicago were to use this system of naming their future albums, because they felt that the songs simply spoke for themselves. ‘Chicago III’ netted another cache of hit singles, including Cetera’s ‘Lowdown’ and Lamm’s ‘Free’.

In October 1971, CBS released a four-record box set that covered the band’s week-long sell-out shows at Carnegie Hall. The feeling about that performance was mixed: Cetera and Pankow hated the sound on it, but Parazaider felt a justifiable sense of pride at the band’s unique achievement. After a world tour, ‘Chicago V’ (1972) was recorded. It was also a milestone in that it was the band’s first single disc album. Famous for Lamm’s ‘A Song for Richard and His Friends’, the song seemed to foreshadow Nixon’s later impeachment for Watergate. The album marked a departure from the band’s earlier extended instrumental jam-oramas, featuring nine tightly crafted pop songs.

The band took a break from recording and touring by working on producer Guercio’s film, ‘Electra Glide in Blue’ (1973), starring Robert Blake and featuring Kath, Loughnane, Parazaider and Cetera. ‘Chicago VI’ (1973) was recorded on Guercio’s newly acquired ranch in Colorado. The solitude helped focus the band’s creative energies, with Pankow penning the two hit singles ‘Feelin’ Stronger Every Day’ and ‘Just You ‘N Me’.

Just a couple of months after the release of ‘Chicago VI’, the group gathered at Guercio’s ranch to record what would be their seventh album. The original intention was to do a jazz record, hence ‘Italian From New York’, ‘Aire’, and ‘Devil's Sweet’ were written by Lamm, Seraphine, Parazaider, and Pankow. Cetera however never saw himself as a jazz musician, which explains his diminished contribution songwriting-wise on ‘Chicago VII’ (1974). Despite this, he did pen one of Chicago’s most famous songs, ‘Wishing You Were Here’, which featured Carl and Dennis Wilson and Alan Jardine from the Beach Boys. The relationship between the bands was so good that they embarked on a sold-out nationwide tour the following summer. 1974 also saw the arrival of an eighth member, Brazilian percussionist Laudir De Oliveira.

1975 was a good year for Chicago. ‘Chicago VIII’ (1975) was released, and worldwide record sales for this single year were 20 million copies. A greatest-hits compilation, ‘Chicago IX’ (1975) was released in November. June 1976 saw the release of ‘Chicago X’ (1976), with the massive, instantly recognisable hit ‘If You Leave Me Now’, a song that barely made the final cut. ‘Chicago X’ won the band its first platinum record, selling a million copies in three months, and ‘If You Leave Me Now’ went to the top of the Billboard singles chart. The single won them a Grammy for Best Pop Vocal Performance by a Duo, Group or Chorus, but typecast the band into the saccharine ballad format that some members were unhappy about (especially Kath and Lamm).

‘Chicago XI’ was released in 1977, but tensions were mounting between producer Guercio and the band, resulting in a split. A few months later, tragedy struck when Kath died of an accidental self-inflicted gunshot wound. Devastated, the band tried to regroup by auditioning guitarists, eventually hiring Donnie Dacus.

Their new era started with them entering a new studio with a new producer and a new guitarist, resulting in ‘Hot Streets’ (1978). It was their first studio album not to follow the Roman numeral sequence, and also the first to feature the band on the cover instead of its famous logo. The album’s first single ‘Alive Again’ was a direct tribute to Kath.

Chicago was under pressure to change their sound; ‘Chicago 13’ (1979) contained a song called ‘Street Player’ which had a disco flavour. ‘Chicago 13’ did poorly by Chicago standards, with de Oliveira and Dacus leaving soon after to be replaced by Chris Pinnick. ‘Chicago XIV’ (1980) was disappointing as well, and another compilation album was released soon after, ‘Greatest Hits, Volume II’ (1981).

1981 saw the arrival of Bill Champlin, as the band needed someone to sing Kath’s gutsy vocals. Champlin knew Seraphine, and had a close working relationship with Canadian producer and songwriter David Foster. Foster contributed much to ‘Chicago 16’ (1982), co-writing eight of the album's ten songs, including ‘Hard To Say I'm Sorry’. The Foster-Cetera songwriting partnership marked a definite move along the easy-listening balladsy road.

‘Chicago 17’ (1984) was the band’s best-seller. Hits like ‘Hard Habit to Break’ and ‘You’re The Inspiration’ took album sales to over six million. However, Peter Cetera, writer of many of Chicago’s romantic ballads decided to leave in late 1985 to concentrate on his solo career. He was replaced by bassist and tenor singer Jason Scheff, son of the legendary bass player Jerry Scheff. The band also hired guitarist Dawayne Bailey, from Bob Seger’s Silver Bullet band. ‘Chicago 18’ (1986) was a certified gold album, and after an autumn tour to break in their new singer and guitarist, Chicago recorded ‘Chicago 19’ (1988). ‘Greatest Hits 1982-89’ (1989) and a tour with the Beach Boys followed.

In 1990, Seraphine left to be replaced by Tris Imboden, an Orange County drummer who was Kenny Loggins’ drummer for several years, as well as touring with Chaka Khan and Al Jarreau. ‘Twenty One’ (1991) was recorded, with two Diane Warren contributions, ‘Explain It To My Heart’ and ‘Chasing The Wind’. In 1991, they were honoured with their own star on Hollywood’s Walk of Fame.

In 1993, the band began work on a new album, but one which reflected their weariness at the record companies’ insistence on top 40 hits. This resulted in the ‘The Stone of Sisyphus’, which was not released. Warner Bros. disliked the album so much that it parted ways with Chicago.

Forsaking their commercial sound, they then recorded ‘Night and Day (Big Band)’ (1995), which brought the focus back on big band jazz and swing. It contained numbers by the late great jazzman Duke Ellington, a major influence of the band, and featured guest appearances by The Gipsy Kings and Aerosmith’s Joe Perry. Keith Howland joined in early 1995 to replace Dawayne Bailey on guitar. Also in 1995, they secured the rights to their early Columbia material between 1969 and 1980. The catalogue is now reissued on the band’s own Chicago Records label.

In 1997, Chicago teamed up with the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra to perform an orchestral arrangement of Pankow's rock epic ‘Ballet for a Girl in Buchannon’. To commemorate their 30th anniversary, they released the compilation ‘The Heart of Chicago 1967-1997’ (1997), which had two new songs including the ballad ‘Here In My Heart’. The next year, they followed up with ‘The Heart of Chicago 1967 - 1998 Volume II’ (1998). That same year they released ‘Chicago XXV: The Christmas Album’ (1998) which went gold.

In 1999, they released their first live album for over two decades, ‘Chicago XXVI: Live in Concert’ (1999). More compilations and a tour with their good friends Earth, Wind and Fire followed, until ‘Chicago XXX’ (2006). The unreleased 1993 album ‘Stone of Sisyphus’ (2008) finally saw the light of day in 2008, the album once dismissed by Warner Bros. as “unreleased”.

Band
Robert Lamm – keyboards, vocals
Keith Howland – guitar, vocals
Jason Scheff – bass, vocals
Tris Imboden – drums
Bill Champlin – keyboards, vocals
James Pankow – trombone, vocals
Lee Loughnane – trumpet, vocals
Walter Parazaider - saxophone


Title   Track Listing:
 

The Chicago Transit Authority

  • Released: April 28, 1969
  • Label: Columbia
  • Formats: LP, cassette
  • Cover Design: Painted Shingle

Side one

  1. "Introduction" 6:35
  2. "Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?" 4:35
  3. "Beginnings" 7:54

Side two

  1. "Questions 67 and 68" 5:03
  2. "Listen" 3:22
  3. "Poem 58" 8:35

Side three

  1. "Free Form Guitar" 6:47
  2. "South California Purples" 6:11
  3. "I'm a Man" 7:43

Side four

  1. "Prologue, August 29, 1968" 0:58
  2. "Someday (August 29, 1968)" 4:11
  3. "Liberation" 14:38

Chicago

  • Released: January 26, 1970
  • Label: Columbia
  • Formats: LP, cassette
  • Cover Design: Silver Bar

Side one

  1. "Movin' In" 4:06
  2. "The Road" 3:10
  3. "Poem for the People" 5:31
  4. "In the Country" 6:34

Side two

  1. "Wake Up Sunshine" 2:29
  2. "Ballet for a Girl in Buchannon"
    • "Make Me Smile" (3:32)
    • "So Much to Say, So Much to Give" (1:04)
    • "Anxiety's Moment" (1:00)
    • "West Virginia Fantasies" (1:34)
    • "Colour My World" (2:58)
    • "To Be Free" (1:21)
    • "Now More Than Ever (1:27)

Side three

  1. "Fancy Colours" 5:10
  2. "25 or 6 to 4" 4:50
  3. "Memories of Love"
  4. "Prelude" (1:18)
    • "A.M. Mourning" (2:05)
    • "P.M. Mourning" (1:59)
    • "Memories of Love (4:01) "

9:12

Side four

  1. "It Better End Soon"
    • "1st Movement" (2:30)
    • "2nd Movement" (3:47)
    • "3rd Movement" (3:19)
    • "4th Movement (1:15) "
  2. "Where Do We Go from Here" 2:53

Chicago III

  • Released: January 11, 1971
  • Label: Columbia
  • Formats: LP, cassette
  • Cover Design: Tattered Flag

Side one

    1. "Sing a Mean Tune Kid" 9:13
    2. "Loneliness Is Just a Word" 2:36
    3. "What Else Can I Say" 3:12
    4. "I Don't Want Your Money" 4:47

Side two

  1. "Travel Suite"
    • "Flight 602"
    • "Motorboat to Mars"
    • "Free"
    • "Free Country"
    • "At the Sunrise"
    • "Happy 'Cause I'm Going Home"
  2. 22:30

Side three

  1. "Mother" 4:30
  2. "Lowdown" 3:35
  3. "An Hour in the Shower"
    • "A Hard Risin' Morning Without Breakfast"
    • "Off to Work"
    • "Fallin' Out"
    • "Dreamin' Home"
    • "Morning Blues Again"

5:30

Side four

  1. "Elegy"
    • "When All the Laughter Dies in Sorrow"
    • "Canon"
    • "Once Upon a Time..."
    • "Progress?"
    • "The Approaching Storm"
    • "Man vs. Man: The End"

15:27

Chicago at Carnegie Hall

  • Released: October 25, 1971
  • Label: Columbia
  • Formats: LP, cassette
  • Cover Design: White Tile
 

Chicago V

  • Released: July 10, 1972
  • Label: Columbia
  • Formats: LP, cassette, CD
  • Cover Design: Carved Wood

Side one

  1. "A Hit by Varèse" 4:56
  2. "All Is Well" 3:52
  3. "Now That You've Gone" 5:01
  4. "Dialogue (Part I)" 2:57
  5. "Dialogue (Part II)" 4:13

Side two


  1. "While the City Sleeps" 3:53
  2. "Saturday in the Park" 3:56
  3. "State of the Union" 6:12
  4. "Goodbye" 6:02
  5. "Alma Mater" 3:56

Chicago VI

  • Released: June 25, 1973
  • Label: Columbia
  • Formats: LP, cassette, CD
  • Cover Design: Engraved Bill
  1. "Critics' Choice" (Robert Lamm) – 2:49
  2. "Just You 'n' Me" (James Pankow) – 3:42
  3. "Darlin' Dear" (Lamm) – 2:56
  4. "Jenny" (Terry Kath) – 3:31
  5. "What's This World Comin' To" (Pankow) – 4:58
  6. "Something in This City Changes People" (Lamm) – 3:42
  7. "Hollywood" (Lamm) – 3:52
  8. "In Terms of Two" (Peter Cetera) – 3:29
  9. "Rediscovery" (Lamm) – 4:47
  10. "Feelin' Stronger Every Day" (Cetera, Pankow) – 4:15

Chicago VII

  • Released: March 11, 1974
  • Label: Columbia
  • Formats: LP, cassette, CD
  • Cover Design: Embosed Leather

Side one

  1. "Prelude to Aire" (Danny Seraphine) – 2:47 (instrumental)
  2. "Aire" (James Pankow/Walter Parazaider/Danny Seraphine) – 6:27 (instrumental)
  3. "Devil's Sweet" (Walter Parazaider/Danny Seraphine) – 10:07 (instrumental)

Side two

  1. "Italian From New York" (Robert Lamm) – 4:14 (instrumental)
  2. "Hanky Panky" (Robert Lamm) – 1:53 (instrumental)
  3. "Life Saver" (Robert Lamm) – 5:18 (lead singer: Robert Lamm)
  4. "Happy Man" (Peter Cetera) – 3:34 (lead singer: Peter Cetera) On the original LP & CD this song begins with a false start, and about 20 seconds of studio chat/noise. This is omitted on the greatest hits albums and the Rhino remaster.

Side three

  1. "(I've Been) Searchin' So Long" (James Pankow) – 4:29 (lead singer: Peter Cetera)
  2. "Mongonucleosis" (James Pankow) – 3:26 (instrumental)
  3. "Song of the Evergreens" (Terry Kath) – 5:20 (lead singer: Lee Loughnane)
  4. "Byblos" (Terry Kath) – 6:18 (lead singer: Terry Kath)

Side four

  1. "Wishing You Were Here" (Peter Cetera) – 4:37 (lead singers: Terry Kath & Peter Cetera)
  2. "Call on Me" (Lee Loughnane) – 4:02 (lead singer: Peter Cetera)
  3. "Women Don't Want to Love Me" (Robert Lamm) – 4:35 (lead singer: Peter Cetera)
  4. "Skinny Boy" (Robert Lamm) – 5:12 (lead singer: Robert Lamm) The same track appears on Robert Lamm's 1974 solo album Skinny Boy, but without horns and a fade-out at 4:30.

Chicago VIII

  • Released: March 24, 1975
  • Label: Columbia
  • Formats: LP, cassette, CD
  • Cover Design: Embroidered Textile
  1. "Anyway You Want" (Peter Cetera) (lead singer: Peter Cetera) – 3:37
  2. "Brand New Love Affair, Part I & II" (James Pankow) (lead singers: Terry Kath & Peter Cetera) – 4:28
  3. "Never Been in Love Before" (Robert Lamm) (lead singer: Peter Cetera) – 4:10
  4. "Hideaway" (Peter Cetera) (lead singer: Peter Cetera) – 4:44
  5. "Till We Meet Again" (Terry Kath) (lead singer: Terry Kath) – 2:03
  6. "Harry Truman" (Robert Lamm) (lead singer: Robert Lamm) – 3:01
  7. "Oh, Thank You Great Spirit" (Terry Kath) (lead singer: Terry Kath) – 7:19
  8. "Long Time No See" (Robert Lamm) (lead singer: Robert Lamm) – 2:46
  9. "Ain't It Blue?" (Robert Lamm) (lead singers: Terry Kath & Peter Cetera) – 3:26
  10. "Old Days" (James Pankow) (lead singer: Peter Cetera) – 3:31

Chicago IXChicago's Greatest Hits

  • Released: November 10, 1975
  • Label: Columbia
  • Formats: LP, cassette, CD
  • Cover Design: Painted Billboard
 

Chicago X

  • Released: June 14, 1976
  • Label: Columbia
  • Formats: LP, cassette, CD
  • Cover Design: Chocolate Bar
  1. "Once or Twice" (Terry Kath) – 3:01 (lead singer: Terry Kath)
  2. "You Are on My Mind" (James Pankow) – 3:24 (lead singer: James Pankow)
  3. "Skin Tight" (Pankow) – 3:20 (lead singer: Peter Cetera)
  4. "If You Leave Me Now" (Peter Cetera) – 3:58 (lead singer: Peter Cetera)
  5. "Together Again" (Lee Loughnane) – 3:53 (lead singer: Lee Loughnane)
  6. "Another Rainy Day in New York City" (Robert Lamm) – 3:03 (lead singer: Peter Cetera)
  7. "Mama Mama" (Cetera) – 3:31 (lead singer: Peter Cetera)
  8. "Scrapbook" (Lamm) – 3:28 (lead singer: Robert Lamm)
  9. "Gently I'll Wake You" (Lamm) - 3:36 (lead singer: Robert Lamm)
  10. "You Get It Up" (Lamm) – 3:34 (lead singers: Chicago)
  11. "Hope for Love" (Kath) – 3:04 (lead singer: Terry Kath)

Chicago XI

  • Released: September 12, 1977
  • Label: Columbia
  • Formats: LP, cassette, CD
  • Cover Design: City Map
  1. "Mississippi Delta City Blues" (Terry Kath) – 4:39
  2. "Baby, What a Big Surprise" (Peter Cetera) – 3:04
  3. "Till the End of Time" (James Pankow) – 4:49
  4. "Policeman" (Robert Lamm) – 4:02
  5. "Take Me Back to Chicago" (Danny Seraphine, David "Hawk" Wolinski) – 5:17
  6. "Vote for Me" (Lamm) – 3:47
  7. "Takin' It on Uptown" (Kagan, Kath) – 4:45
  8. "This Time" (Lee Loughnane) – 4:44
  9. "The Inner Struggles of a Man" (Dominic Frontiere) - 2:44
  10. "Prelude (Little One)" (Seraphine, Wolinski) - 0:52
  11. "Little One" (Seraphine, Wolinski) - 5:40

Hot Streets

  • Released: October 2, 1978
  • Label: Columbia
  • Formats: LP, cassette, CD
  • Cover Design: Photo of Band
  1. "Alive Again" (James Pankow) – 4:08
  2. "The Greatest Love on Earth" (Daniel Seraphine / David Wolinski) – 3:18
  3. "Little Miss Lovin'" (featuring The Bee Gees) (Peter Cetera) – 4:36
  4. "Hot Streets" (Robert Lamm) – 5:20
  5. "Take a Chance" (Lee Loughnane / Stash Wagner) – 4:42
  6. "Gone Long Gone" (Peter Cetera) – 4:00
  7. "Ain't It Time" (Donnie Dacus / Daniel Seraphine / Warner Schwebke) – 4:12
  8. "Love Was New" (Robert Lamm) – 3:30
  9. "No Tell Lover" (Peter Cetera / Lee Loughnane / Daniel Seraphine) – 4:13
  10. "Show Me the Way" (Daniel Seraphine / David Wolinski) – 3:36

Chicago 13

  • Released: August 13, 1979
  • Label: Columbia
  • Formats: LP, cassette, CD
  • Cover Design: High-Rise Building
  1. "Street Player" (Danny Seraphine/David Wolinski) 9:11
  2. "Mama Take" (Peter Cetera) 4:14
  3. "Must Have Been Crazy" (Donnie Dacus) 3:26
  4. "Window Dreamin'" (Walter Parazaider/Lee Loughnane) 4:11
  5. "Paradise Alley" (Robert Lamm) 3:39
  6. "Aloha Mama" (Danny Seraphine/David Wolinski) 4:11
  7. "Reruns" (Robert Lamm) 4:29
  8. "Loser With A Broken Heart" (Peter Cetera) 4:43
  9. "Life Is What It Is" (Laudir de Oliveira/Marcos Valle) 4:37
  10. "Run Away" (James Pankow) 4:18

Bonus Tracks on Rhino Re-issue:

  1. "Closer To You" (Donnie Dacus/Stephen Stills/Warner Schwebke) 4:54
  2. "Street Player" (Alternate Mix) (Danny Seraphine/David Wolinski) 8:44

Chicago XIV

  • Released: July 21, 1980
  • Label: Columbia
  • Formats: LP, cassette, CD
  • Cover Design: Fingerprint
  1. "Manipulation" (Robert Lamm) – 3:45
  2. "Upon Arrival" (Robert Lamm/Peter Cetera) – 3:48
  3. "Song for You" (Peter Cetera) – 3:41
  4. "Where Did the Lovin' Go" (Peter Cetera) – 4:06
  5. "Birthday Boy" (Danny Seraphine/David Wolinski) – 4:55
  6. "Hold On" (Peter Cetera) – 4:15
  7. "Overnight Cafe" (Peter Cetera) – 4:19
  8. "Thunder and Lightning" (Robert Lamm/Danny Seraphine/Peter Cetera) – 3:32
  9. "I'd Rather Be Rich" (Robert Lamm) – 3:08
  10. "The American Dream" (James Pankow) – 3:19

Bonus Tracks on Rhino Re-issue:

  1. "Doin' Business" (Robert Lamm) – 3:31
  2. "Live It Up" (James Pankow) – 3:23
  3. "Soldier Of Fortune" (Robert Lamm) – 3:50

Greatest Hits, Volume II

  • Released: November 23, 1981
  • Label: Columbia
  • Formats: LP, cassette, CD
  • Cover Design: Series of Signs
 

Chicago 16

  • Released: June 7, 1982
  • Label: Full Moon
  • Formats: LP, cassette, CD
  • Cover Design: Computer Chip
  1. "What You're Missing"* (Jay Gruska, Joseph Williams) – 4:10/3:29
  2. "Waiting for You to Decide" (David Foster, Steve Lukather, David Paich) – 4:06
  3. "Bad Advice" (Peter Cetera, Foster, James Pankow) – 2:58
  4. "Chains" (Peter Cetera, Ian Thomas) – 3:22
  5. "Hard to Say I'm Sorry/Get Away" (Cetera, Foster, Robert Lamm) – 5:06
  6. "Follow Me" (Foster, Pankow) – 4:53
  7. "Sonny Think Twice" (Bill Champlin, Danny Seraphine) – 4:01
  8. "What Can I Say" (Foster, Pankow) – 3:49
  9. "Rescue You" (Cetera, Foster) – 3:57
  10. "Love Me Tomorrow"** (Cetera, Foster) – 5:06/4:58
  11. "Daddy's Favorite Fool"*** (Champlin) - 3:52

"*" indicates a single edit replacing the full version on the Rhino re-release
"**" indicates a slightly edited version replacing the original on the Rhino re-release
"***" indicates a bonus track on the Rhino re-release

Chicago 17

  • Released: May 14, 1984
  • Label: Full Moon
  • Formats: LP, cassette, CD
  • Cover Design: Brown Paper Package
  1. "Stay the Night" (Peter Cetera/David Foster) – 3:49
  2. "We Can Stop the Hurtin'" (Robert Lamm/Bill Champlin/Deborah Neal) – 4:11
  3. "Hard Habit to Break" (Steve Kipner/Jon Parker) – 4:44
  4. "Only You" (James Pankow/David Foster) – 3:53
  5. "Remember the Feeling" (Peter Cetera/Bill Champlin) – 4:28
  6. "Along Comes a Woman" (Peter Cetera/Mark Goldenberg) – 4:14
  7. "You're the Inspiration" (Peter Cetera/David Foster) – 3:49
  8. "Please Hold On"* (Bill Champlin/David Foster/Lionel Richie) – 3:41
  9. "Prima Donna"* (Peter Cetera/Mark Goldenberg) – 4:33
    • Featured in the 1983 movie Two of a Kind
  10. "Once in a Lifetime" (James Pankow) – 4:11
  11. "Where We Begin"** (Robert Lamm) - 3:53

"*" indicates an original analog version on the Rhino re-release
"**" indicates a bonus track on the Rhino re-release

Chicago 18

  • Released: September 29, 1986
  • Label: Full Moon
  • Formats: LP, cassette, CD
  • Cover Design: Mosiac Tiles
  1. "Niagara Falls" (Steve Kipner/Bobby Caldwell) – 3:43
  2. "Forever" (Robert Lamm/Bill Gable) – 5:17
  3. "If She Would Have Been Faithful..." (Steve Kipner/Randy Goodrum) – 3:51
  4. "25 or 6 to 4" (Robert Lamm/James Pankow) – 4:20
    • A new recording of the 1970 hit that originally appeared on Chicago
  5. "Will You Still Love Me?" (David Foster/Tom Keane/Richard Baskin) – 5:43
  6. "Over and Over" (Robert Lamm/James Newton Howard/Steve Lukather) – 4:20
  7. "It's Alright" (Bill Champlin/David Foster) – 4:29
  8. "Free Flight" (James Pankow) – 0:25
    • An uncredited track
  9. "Nothin's Gonna Stop Us Now" (Jason Scheff/Buzz Feiten) – 4:25
  10. "I Believe" (Bill Champlin) – 4:20
  11. "One More Day" (James Pankow/Carmen Grillo) – 4:14

Chicago 19

  • Released: June 20, 1988
  • Label: Full Moon
  • Formats: LP, cassette, CD
  • Cover Design: Modern Painting
  1. "Heart in Pieces" (Tim Feehan, Brian MacLeod; Warner Bros. Music/ATV Music) – 5:04
  2. "I Don't Wanna Live Without Your Love" (Diane Warren, Albert Hammond; Warner Bros. Music/Empire Music) – 3:55
  3. "I Stand Up" (Robert Lamm, Gerard McMahon; Sutton Way Music/Back Mack Music) – 4:06
  4. "We Can Last Forever" (Jason Scheff, John Dexter; MCA Music/Rondor Music) – 3:45
  5. "Come in From the Night" (Bill Champlin, Bruce Gaitsch; Warner Bros. Music) – 4:43
  6. "Look Away" (Warren; Warner Bros. Music) – 4:02
  7. "What Kind Of Man Would I Be?" (Scheff, Chas Sandford, Bobby Caldwell; MCA Music/SBK Music/Warner Bros. Music) – 4:21
  8. "Runaround" (Champlin, Scheff; MCA Music/Warner Bros. Music) – 4:10
  9. "You're Not Alone" (Jim Scott; Truland Music/Virgin Music Ltd.) – 3:56
  10. "Victorious" (Marc Jordan, John Capek; MCA Music/Warner Bros. Music) – 6:03

Greatest Hits 1982–1989

  • Released: November 21, 1989
  • Label: Full Moon
  • Formats: LP, cassette, CD
  • Cover Design: Masonry
 

Twenty 1

  • Released: January 29, 1991
  • Label: Full Moon
  • Formats: LP, cassette, CD
  • Cover Design: Painted Number "1"
  1. "Explain it to My Heart" (Diane Warren) – 4:44
  2. "If It Were You" (Jason Scheff/Darin Scheff/Tony Smith) – 4:43
  3. "You Come to My Senses" (Billy Steinberg/Tom Kelly) – 3:49
  4. "Somebody, Somewhere" (Bill Champlin/Dennis Matkosky/Kevin Dukes) – 4:21
  5. "What Does It Take" (Jason Scheff/Gerard McMahon) – 4:38
  6. "One from the Heart" (Robert Lamm/Gerard McMahon) – 4:43
  7. "Chasin' the Wind" (Diane Warren) – 4:18
  8. "God Save the Queen" (James Pankow/Jason Scheff) – 4:19
  9. "Man to Woman" (Jason Scheff/Adam Mitchell) – 3:56
  10. "Only Time Can Heal the Wounded" (Robert Lamm/Gerard McMahon) – 4:43
  11. "Who Do You Love" (Bill Champlin/Dennis Matkosky) – 3:20
  12. "Holdin' On" (Bill Champlin/Tom Saviano) – 4:15

Night & Day Big Band

  • Released: May 23, 1995
  • Label: Giant
  • Formats: cassette, CD
  • Cover Design: Musical Instruments

 

  1. "Chicago" – 3:06
  2. "Caravan" – 3:23
  3. "Dream a Little Dream of Me" – 3:12
  4. "Goody Goody" – 4:05
  5. "Moonlight Serenade" (Glenn Miller) – 4:26
  6. "Night and Day" (Cole Porter) – 5:36
  7. "Blues in the Night" – 6:05
  8. "Sing, Sing, Sing" (Louis Prima) – 3:21
  9. "Sophisticated Lady" – 5:11
  10. "In the Mood" – 3:43
  11. "Don't Get Around Much Anymore" – 3:38
  12. "Take The "A" Train" – 5:36

The Heart of Chicago 1967–1997

  • Released: April 22, 1997
  • Label: Reprise
  • Formats: cassette, CD
  • Cover Design: Red Satin
 

The Heart of Chicago 1967–1998 Volume II

  • Released: May 12, 1998
  • Label: Reprise
  • Formats: cassette, CD
  • Cover Design: Blue Satin
 

Chicago XXV: The Christmas Album

Reissued as: What's It Gonna Be, Santa? (2003).

 

  • Released: August 25, 1998
  • Label: Chicago
  • Formats: cassette, CD
  • Cover Design: Christmas Wreath

  1. "The Little Drummer Boy" (Katherine Davis/Henry Onorati/Harry Simeone) – 4:05
  2. "God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen" (Traditional) – 3:23
  3. "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas" (Hugh Martin/Ralph Blane) – 4:02
  4. "The Christmas Song" (Mel Tormé/Robert Wells) – 3:39
  5. "O Come All Ye Faithful" (Traditional) – 4:46
  6. "Child's Prayer" (Lee Loughnane/John Durrill) – 3:24
  7. "Feliz Navidad" (Jose Feliciano) – 4:17
  8. "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town" (Haven Gillespie/Fred Coots) – 3:56
  9. "Christmas Time Is Here" (Lee Mendelson/Vince Guaraldi) – 3:49
  10. "Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!" (Sammy Cahn/Julie Styne) – 3:29
  11. "What Child Is This?" (Traditional) – 4:41
  12. "White Christmas" (Irving Berlin) – 2:28
  13. "Silent Night" (Traditional) – 3:18
  14. "One Little Candle" (Larry Mysels, Joseph Maloy Roach) – 1:26

What's It Gonna Be, Santa?

  1. "Winter Wonderland" (Felix Bernard/Dick Smith) – 4:19
  2. "Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!" (Sammy Cahn/Julie Styne) – 3:29
  3. "Jolly Old Saint Nicholas" (Traditional) – 3:35
  4. "The Little Drummer Boy" (Katherine Davis/Henry Onorati/Harry Simeone) – 4:05
  5. "This Christmas" (Donny Hathaway/Nadine McKinnor) – 4:03
  6. "Feliz Navidad" (Jose Feliciano) – 4:17
  7. "Bethlehem" (Bill Champlin/Tamara Champlin) – 4:07
  8. "The Christmas Song" (Mel Tormé/Robert Wells) – 3:39
  9. "O Come All Ye Faithful" (Traditional) – 4:46
  10. "Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer" (Johnny Marks) – 3:44
  11. "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas" (Hugh Martin/Ralph Blane) – 4:02
  12. "Sleigh Ride" (Leroy Anderson/Mitchell Parish) – 3:55
  13. "Silent Night" (Traditional) – 3:18
  14. "What Child Is This?" (Traditional) – 4:41
  15. "Christmas Time Is Here" (Lee Mendelson/Vince Guaraldi) – 3:49
  16. "God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen" (Traditional) – 3:23
  17. "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town" (Haven Gillespie/Fred Coots) – 3:56
  18. "Child's Prayer" (Lee Loughnane/John Durrill) – 3:24
  19. "One Little Candle" (Larry Mysels, Joseph Maloy Roach) – 1:24
  20. "White Christmas" (Irving Berlin) – 2:28

Chicago XXVI: Live in Concert

  • Released: October 12, 1999
  • Label: Chicago
  • Formats: CD
  • Cover Design: Billboard on Highway
 

The Very Best Of: Only the Beginning

  • Released: July 2, 2002
  • Label: Rhino
  • Formats: CD
  • Cover Design: Green Grass logo
 

The Box

  • Released: July 22, 2003
  • Label: Rhino
  • Formats: CD
  • Cover Design: Pushed Out Pins
 

Love Songs

  • Released: January 25, 2005
  • Label: Rhino
  • Formats: CD, digital download
  • Cover Design: Rose Petals with box of chocolates & stemed roses
 

Chicago XXX

  • Released: March 21, 2006
  • Label: Rhino
  • Formats: CD, digital download
  • Cover Design: Granite inlay on concrete with jackhammered XXX cutouts
  1. "Feel" (Blair Daly, Danny Orton) – 4:01
  2. "King of Might Have Been" (Greg Barnhill, Dennis Matkosky, Jason Scheff) – 3:52
  3. "Caroline" (Chas Sandford, Scheff) – 3:39
  4. "Why Can't We" (Bill Champlin, Jay DeMarcus, Sandford, Scheff) – 4:07
  5. "Love Will Come Back" (Jay DeMarcus, Sandford, Scheff) – 3:48
  6. "Long Lost Friend" (DeMarcus, Brett James, Scheff) – 4:33
  7. "90 Degrees and Freezing" (DeMarcus, James, Robert Lamm, Scheff) – 3:52
  8. "Where Were You" (Champlin, DeMarcus, Scheff ) – 4:17
  9. "Already Gone" (Champlin, George Hawkins Jr.) – 6:51
  10. "Come to Me, Do" (Lamm) – 4:36
  11. "Lovin' Chains" (DeMarcus, Marcus Hummon) – 3:56
  12. "Better" (Champlin, Sandford ) – 4:41
  13. "Feel" (The Horn Section Mix) (Daly, Orton ) – 4:30

The Best of Chicago: 40th Anniversary Edition

  • Released: October 2, 2007
  • Label: Rhino
  • Formats: CD, digital download
  • Cover Design: Red Wax Seal
 

Chicago XXXII: Stone of Sisyphus

  • Released: June 17, 2008
  • Label: Rhino
  • Formats: CD, digital download
  • Cover Design: Chiseled out of stone boulder
  1. "Stone of Sisyphus" (Dawayne Bailey, Lee Loughnane) – 4:11
  2. "Bigger Than Elvis" (Jason Scheff, Peter Wolf, Ina Wolf) – 4:31
  3. "All the Years" (Robert Lamm, Bruce Gaitsch) – 4:16
  4. "Mah-Jong" (Scheff, Brock Walsh, Aaron Zigman) – 4:42
  5. "Sleeping in the Middle of the Bed" (Lamm, John McCurry) – 4:45
  6. "Let's Take a Lifetime" (Scheff, Walsh, Zigman) – 4:56
  7. "The Pull" (Lamm, Scheff, P. Wolf) – 4:17
  8. "Here with Me (Candle for the Dark)" (James Pankow, Lamm, Greg O'Connor) – 4:11
  9. "Plaid" (Bill Champlin, Lamm, Greg Mathieson) – 4:59
  10. "Cry for the Lost" (Champlin, Dennis Matkowsky) – 5:18
  11. "The Show Must Go On" (Champlin, Gaitsch) – 5:25

Bonus tracks

  1. "Love Is Forever" (Demo) (Pankow, Lamm) – 4:14
  2. "Mah-Jong" (Demo) (Scheff, Walsh, Zigman) – 4:59
  3. "Let's Take a Lifetime" (Demo) (Scheff, Walsh, Zigman) – 4:15
  4. "Stone of Sisyphus" (No Rhythm Loop) (Bailey,Loughnane ) – 4:35

Chicago XXXIII: O Christmas Three

  • Released: October 4, 2011
  • Label: Chicago Records II
  • Formats: CD, digital download
  • Cover Design: Candy Cane
  1. "Wonderful Christmas Time" (featuring Dolly Parton) 3:50
  2. "Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree" 3:38
  3. "I Saw Three Ships" (featuring America) 3:15
  4. "Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays" 4:21
  5. "What Are You Doing New Year’s Eve?" 5:16
  6. "It's the Most Wonderful Time of the Year" 3:42
  7. "I'll Be Home for Christmas" 3:36
  8. "On The Last Night Of The Year" 3:48
  9. "Merry Christmas Darling" (featuring Bebe Winans) 3:22
  10. "Rockin' and Rollin' on Christmas Day" (featuring Steve Cropper) 4:19
  11. "My Favorite Things" 3:30
  12. "O Christmas Tree" 3:54
  13. "Jingle Bells" 3:40
  14. "Here Comes Santa Claus/Joy to the World" (with Children's Choir) 3:03
    Total length:
    53:23

Chicago XXXIV: Live in '75

  • Released: 2011
  • Label: Rhino
  • Formats: CD, digital download
  • Cover Design: Sun & Clouds special logo
 

Chicago XXXV: The Nashville Sessions

  • Released: 2013
  • Label: Chicago Records II
  • Formats: CD, digital download
  • Cover design: Map with Nashville at top
  1. "25 or 6 to 4" Chicago, 1970 4:51
  2. "Make Me Smile" Chicago 2:57
  3. "Feelin' Stronger Every Day" Chicago VI, 1973 4:06
  4. "Beginnings" Chicago Transit Authority, 1969 2:44
  5. "Saturday in the Park" Chicago V, 1972 3:54
  6. "Colour My World" Chicago 2:59
  7. "Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?" Chicago Transit Authority 3:22
  8. "Questions 67 and 68" Chicago Transit Authority 4:46
  9. "Old Days" Chicago VIII, 1975 3:21
  10. "Just You 'n' Me" Chicago VI 3:42
  11. "Call on Me" Chicago VII, 1974 3:56
  12. "Another Rainy Day in New York City" Chicago X, 1976 2:55
  13. "No Tell Lover" Hot Streets, 1978 3:44
  14. "(I've Been) Searchin' So Long" Chicago VII 4:31
  15. "Alive Again" Hot Streets 3:51

Total length: 55:47

Chicago XXXVI: Now

  • Released: July 4, 2014
  • Label: Frontiers
  • Formats: CD, digital download
  • Cover design: Swirling black-and-white checkerboard
  1. "Now" 5:03
  2. "More Will Be Revealed" 5:11
  3. "America" 4:04
  4. "Crazy Happy" 5:02
  5. "Free at Last" 5:13
  6. "Love Lives On" 5:21
  7. "Something's Coming, I Know" 3:48
  8. "Watching All the Colors" 4:15
  9. "Nice Girl" 4:02
  10. "Naked in the Garden of Allah" 4:24
  11. "Another Trippy Day" 4:04

Total length: 50:27

 


Singles

Year Title Lead singer Album B-side
July 1969 "Questions 67 and 68" Cetera/Lamm The Chicago Transit Authority "Listen"
Oct. 1969 "Beginnings" Lamm "Poem 58"
March 1970 "Make Me Smile" Kath Chicago II "Colour My World"
June 1970 "25 or 6 to 4" Cetera "Where Do We Go From Here"
Oct. 1970 "Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?" Lamm The Chicago Transit Authority "Listen"
Feb. 1971 "Free" Kath Chicago III "Free Country"
April 1971 "Lowdown" Cetera "Loneliness Is Just a Word"
June 1971 "Beginnings"/ (A-Side) Lamm The Chicago Transit Authority  
June 1971 ? "Colour My World" (B-Side) Kath Chicago II  
Sept. 1971 "Questions 67 and 68"/ (A-Side) Cetera/Lamm The Chicago Transit Authority  
Sept. 1971 ? / "I'm a Man" (B-Side) Kath/Cetera/Lamm  
July 1972 "Saturday in the Park" Lamm/Cetera Chicago V "Alma Mater"
Oct. 1972 "Dialogue (Part I & II)" Cetera/Kath "Now That You've Gone"
June 1973 "Feelin' Stronger Every Day" Cetera Chicago VI "Jenny"
Sept. 1973 "Just You 'N' Me" Cetera "Critic's Choice"
Feb. 1974 "(I've Been) Searchin' So Long" Cetera Chicago VII "Byblos"
June 1974 "Call on Me" Cetera "Prelude to Aire"
Oct. 1974 "Wishing You Were Here" Kath/Cetera "Life Saver"
Feb. 1975 "Harry Truman" Lamm Chicago VIII "Till We Meet Again"
April 1975 "Old Days" Cetera "Hideaway"
Aug. 1975 "Brand New Love Affair (Part I & II)" Kath/Cetera "Hideaway"
June 1976 "Another Rainy Day in New York City" Cetera Chicago X "Hope For Love"
July 1976 "If You Leave Me Now" Cetera "Together Again"
March 1977 "You Are on My Mind" Pankow "Gently I'll Wake You"
Sept. 1977 "Baby, What a Big Surprise" Cetera Chicago XI "Takin' It on Uptown"
Jan. 1978 "Little One" Kath "Till The End of Time"
May 1978 "Take Me Back to Chicago" Lamm "Policeman"
Oct. 1978 "Alive Again" Cetera/Dacus Hot Streets "Love Was New"
Dec. 1978 "No Tell Lover" Cetera/Dacus "Take a Chance"
March 1979 "Gone Long Gone" Cetera "The Greatest Love on Earth"
Aug. 1979 "Must Have Been Crazy" Dacus Chicago 13 "Closer to You"
Oct. 1979 "Street Player"* Cetera "Window Dreamin'"
July 1980 "Thunder and Lightning" Cetera/Lamm Chicago XIV "I’d Rather Be Rich"
Oct. 1980 "Song for You" Cetera "The American Dream"
May 1982 "Hard to Say I'm Sorry" Cetera Chicago 16 "Sonny Think Twice"
Sept. 1982 "Love Me Tomorrow" Cetera "Bad Advice"
Jan. 1983 "What You're Missing" Cetera "Rescue You"
April 1984 "Stay the Night" Cetera Chicago 17 "Only You"
July 1984 "Hard Habit to Break" Cetera/Champlin "Remember the Feeling"
Nov. 1984 "You're the Inspiration" Cetera "Once in a Lifetime"
Feb. 1985 "Along Comes a Woman"** Cetera "We Can Stop the Hurtin'"
Aug. 1986 "25 or 6 to 4" (remix) Scheff Chicago 18 "One More Day"
Oct. 1986 "Will You Still Love Me?" Scheff/Champlin "25 or 6 to 4"
March 1987 "If She Would Have Been Faithful..." Scheff/Champlin "Forever"
June 1987 "Niagara Falls" Scheff "I Believe"
May 1988 "I Don't Wanna Live Without Your Love" Champlin Chicago 19 "I Stand Up"
Sept. 1988 "Look Away" Champlin "Come in from the Night"
Jan. 1989 "You're Not Alone" Champlin "It’s Alright"
April 1989 "We Can Last Forever" Scheff "One More Day"
Nov. 1989 "What Kind Of Man Would I Be?" Scheff Chicago 19 / Greatest Hits 1982-1989 "25 Or 6 To 4"
July 1990 "Hearts in Trouble" Champlin Days Of Thunder Soundtrack "Car Building"
Jan. 1991 "Chasin' the Wind" Champlin Twenty 1 "Only Time Can Heal the Wounded"
Apr. 1991 "Explain It to My Heart" Scheff/Champlin "God Save The Queen"
Aug. 1991 "You Come to My Senses" Scheff "Who Do You Love"
June 1995 "Dream a Little Dream of Me" Scheff/Jade Night & Day Big Band  
April 1997 "Here in My Heart" Champlin/Scheff The Heart of Chicago 1967-1997  
Oct. 1997 "The Only One" Lamm/Champlin/Scheff  
June 1998 "All Roads Lead to You" Champlin/Lamm/Scheff The Heart of Chicago 1967–1998 Volume II  
Oct. 1998 "Show Me a Sign" Scheff/Champlin  
Sept. 1999 "Back to You" Scheff Chicago XXVI: Live in Concert  
Feb. 2006 "Feel" Lamm Chicago XXX  
May 2006 "Love Will Come Back" Scheff/Champlin  
June 2008 "Let's Take a Lifetime" Scheff Chicago XXXII Stone of Sisyphus  
Dec 2011 "My Favorite Things" Lamm Chicago XXXIII: O Christmas Three Chicago Records II

 

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