Sep 142014
 

 

from WORLD FALLING DOWN
written by Richard Kerr & Gary Osborne

“World Falling Down” was Peter Cetera’s fourth solo album and released in July 1992. The pop/rock collection was mostly produced by UK music-maker Andy Hill with a couple of tracks being handled by Cetera’s old pal David Foster. “World Falling Down” was the former Chicago singer’s last commercially relevant release with three singles in the Top Five of the Adult Contemporary chart and minor hits on Billboard’s Hot 100.

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Sep 152013
 

from THE VERY BEST OF CHICAGO: ONLY THE BEGINNING

written by David Foster & Peter Cetera

The summer of 2002 saw the release of a very comprehensive compilation by super group Chicago songs entitled “The Very Best Of Chicago: Only The Beginning.” Released by Rhino Records, this greatest hits collection included all of the band’s Top 40 hits. “The Very Best Of Chicago: Only The Beginning” became a Top 40 hit on its own and went multi-platinum by selling over 2 million copies. It is evidence of how current and successful Chicago’s catalogue is to this day.

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May 012011
 

from STAY THE NIGHT/ONLY YOU (single)

written by David Foster & Peter Cetera

After a massive comeback with “Chicago 16” and “Hard To Say I’m Sorry,” supergroup Chicago walked back into the studio in 1983 to work on a new album, again with David Foster at the helm. The first fruit of those sessions saw the light of day in the spring of 1984 with the release of the debut single “Stay The Night”  from “Chicago 17.” Continue reading »

Jan 312010
 

from LOVE ME TOMORROW/BAD ADVICE (single)

Written by David Foster, James Pankow & Peter Cetera

This week we go back to a classic David Foster/Chicago collaboration. In 1982 after “Hard To Say I’m Sorry” became a smash, worldwide hit, Chicago kept the comeback going with another beautiful Foster/Peter Cetera ballad, “Love Me Tomorrow.” That song was perfect stuff for Top 40/Adult Contemporary radios with Cetera’s crystal clear tenor again in the spotlight under Foster’s brilliant guidance.
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May 312009
 

From HARD HABIT TO BREAK/REMEMBER THE FEELING (single)
Written by Steve Kipner & John Parker

Chicago’s “Hard Habit To Break” is one of David Foster’s most successful productions. Released in 1984 as the second single from the band’s multi-platinum “Chicago 17,” this lush, dramatic power ballad was an out of the box smash hit reaching #3 on both Billboard’s Hot 100 and on the Adult Contemporary chart. Continue reading »

Nov 112007
 

From YOU’RE THE INSPIRATION: A COLLECTION
Written by David Foster & Peter Cetera

“You’re The Inspiration” was one of the most successful collaborations between Peter Cetera and David Foster. A true evergreen, this love ballad was included on the smash 1984 album “Chicago 17″ and released as its third single. It reached #3 on Billboard’s Hot 100 and topped the Adult Contemporary chart. Continue reading »

Oct 222006
 

From ONE MORE STORY
Written by David Foster & Peter Cetera

Released in 1988, “One More Story” was Peter Cetera’s second solo album after his departure from Chicago. Cetera’s first solo album, “Solitude Solitaire,” produced two hit singles; “The Glory Of Love,” co-written by David Foster with Cetera, plus Bobby Caldwell’s “The Next Time I Fall.” Continue reading »