domingo, 21 de febrero de 2010
Este concierto fue grabado en Estados Unidos Contiene en su repertorio éxitos de Peter Cetera
mientras pertenecio al popular grupo de Jazz/Pop: Chicago. 25 or 6 to 4,If You
Leave Me Now,Hard to Say I'm Sorry entre otros y sus éxitos como solista.
Glory of Love (Tema Karate Kid II) y muchos mas.
Fue lanzado en 2006
Peter Cetera Greatest Hits_Live
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Peter Cetera singing his hits with a full orchestra live in Salt Lake City
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 Cetera's first songwriting effort, "Where Do We Go From Here?"
hits "Wishing You Were Here" (#11) and "Happy Man" from the 1974 album Chicago VII.
No. 1 single, the ballad "If You Leave Me Now." Cetera's next composition in 1977, "Baby, What A Big Surprise" (#4
In 1982, David Foster was brought in as producer and the resulting group effort was Chicago 16 (#9). The album represented a major comeback for Chicago, and leading the way was the hit single co-written (with Foster) and featured Cetera on lead vocals, "Hard to Say I'm Sorry," which went to #1 in the charts. The second single, "Love Me Tomorrow," was also co-written (again with Foster) and sung by Cetera, reaching No. 22 on the singles chart. The third single, "What You're Missing," was yet again sung by Cetera.
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 7 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 20: "Stay the Night" (#16), "Hard Habit to Break" (#3), "You're the Inspiration" (#3) and "Along Comes a Woman" (#14).
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