Chicago - Night And Day (Aqua color vinyl)
Chicago - Night And Day (Aqua color vinyl)
Chicago - Night And Day (Aqua color vinyl)
Chicago - Night And Day (Aqua color vinyl)
Chicago - Night And Day (Aqua color vinyl)
Chicago - Night And Day (Aqua color vinyl)

Chicago - Night And Day (Aqua color vinyl)

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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, standard sleeve

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 180g

Record color : Aqua

Speed : 33RPM

Size : 12”

Stereo

Studio

Record Press : unspecified

Label : Friday Music

Original Label : Giant Records

Recorded at The Armoury Studios, Vancouver in Dec. 1994 and at The Record Plant, Los Angeles in Jan. 1995 by  Erwin Musper

Produced by Bruce Fairbairn

Remastered by Joe Reagoso And Chicago Co-Founder Lee Loughnane From The Giant Records Tapes

Originally released in 1995

Reissued in 2020

 

Tracks:

Side A

  1. Chicago
  2. Caravan
  3. Sophisticated Lady
  4. Goody Goody
  5. Moonlight Serenade
  6. Night & Day

           

Side B

  1. Blues In The Night
  2. Sing, Sing, Sing
  3. Dream A Little Dream Of Me (Duet with Jade)
  4. In The Mood
  5. Don't Get Around Much Anymore
  6. Take The "A" Train

 

Reviews :

"Generally, when contemporary performers have taken on retro projects like this one, they have tended to emphasize their fidelity to the sources -- consider Linda Ronstadt hiring arranger/conductor Nelson Riddle to recreate his string backgrounds for albums like What's New. Chicago takes a different approach to the swing band classics it tackles here -- it Chicago-izes them. The arrangements are by trombonist James Pankow, who manages to make everything from Duke Ellington's "Caravan" to Glenn Miller's theme "Moonlight Serenade" sound like a lost Chicago track. Those familiar with the originals, many of which were instrumental hits, may be surprised to hear the lyrics to songs like "Sing, Sing, Sing." Clearly, the group is aiming more at pleasing contemporary fans than evoking nostalgia, and it succeeds in reinventing some well-established standards, even if older fans may find some of these versions radically altered." AllMusic Review by William Ruhlmann

 

Ratings :

AllMusic : 2 / 5 , Discogs : 3,92 / 5

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