<transcy>Chicago - Chicago 10</transcy>
<transcy>Chicago - Chicago 10</transcy>
<transcy>Chicago - Chicago 10</transcy>
<transcy>Chicago - Chicago 10</transcy>
<transcy>Chicago - Chicago 10</transcy>
<transcy>Chicago - Chicago 10</transcy>

Chicago - Chicago 10

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Peter Cetera, vocals, bass

Robert Lamm, vocals, keyboards

Terry Kath, vocals, guitar

Lee Loughnane, trumpet

Walter Parazaider, saxophone, woodwinds

James Pankow, trombone

Danny Seraphine, drums

 



1 LP, gatefold cover

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : black

Speed : 33RPM

Size : 12”

Stereo

Studio

Record Press : unspecified

Label : Friday Music

Original Label : Columbia

Recorded at Caribou Ranch by Wayne Tarnowski

Produced by James William Guercio

Remastered by Joe Reagoso And Lee Loughnane From Chicago (Rock Hall Of Fame 2016 Inductees)

Originally released in 1976

Reissued in 2020

 

Tracks:

Side A:

  1. Once Or Twice
  2. You Are On My Mind
  3. Skin Tight
  4. If You Leave Me Now
  5. Together Again

Side B:

  1. Another Rainy Day In New York City
  2. Mama Mama
  3. Scrapbook
  4. Gently I'll Wake You
  5. You Get It Up
  6. Hope For Love

 

Reviews :

"Although it was their tenth release Chicago X (1976) was actually the band's eighth studio effort -- as Chicago IV (1972) had been a live set from Carnegie Hall and Chicago IX (1975), which precedes this disc, was their first best-of collection. Musically, the combo had effectively abandoned their extended free-form jazz leanings for more succinct pop songs. That is not to say that the band couldn't rock, because they could as evidenced by the Terry Kath (guitar/vocals) full-tilt rave-up "Once or Twice," which commences the album. The hot brass section bows deeply and respectfully to their Muscle Shoals counterparts as Kath does his best funky Otis Redding vocal. Showing his tremendous depth of field, Kath bookends the LP with the empowering and positive "Hope for Love." In between those two extremes are some of Chicago's best-known works -- such as Peter Cetera's (bass/vocals) chart-topping light rock epic "If You Leave Me Now" and Robert Lamm's (keyboards/vocals) "Another Rainy Night in New York City." The latter side also reveals a minor motif, as it is a Latin-based song about the Big Apple. It follows in the footsteps of the improv-heavy "Italian from New York" from their previous studio effort, the fusion-filled Chicago VII (1974). Lamm contributes a few other tucked-away classics to Chicago X as well -- such as the aggressive and sexy "You Get It Up." There are also a pair from James Pankow(trombone/vocals) in the form of the syncopated "You Are on My Mind" -- which crossed over onto both the adult contemporary as well as pop music charts. His other composition is the classy brass of "Skin Tight." The upfront horn interjections and overall augmentation are akin to the sound made famous by their West Coast Tower of Power contemporaries. As a majority of their previous efforts had done -- all sans their debut -- Chicago X was a Top Ten album and "If You Leave Me Now" became a double Grammy winner, for both Best Pop Vocal Performance by a Duo Group or Chorus and Best Arrangement Accompanying Vocalist(s). The latter award was actually not given to the band, but rather to noted string arranger Jimmie Haskell and the group's longtime producer, James William Guercio. Another well-deserved Grammy was given to John Berg for his visually enticing cover art -- depicting Chicago's logo on the wrapper of what otherwise appears to be a Hershey chocolate bar. As the disc was released in the summer of the U.S. bicentennial (1976), the all-American image was undoubtedly and duly noted." AllMusic Review by Lindsay Planer 

 

Ratings :

AllMusic : 3 / 5 , Discogs : 3,6 / 5

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