Chicago XIV is the twelfth studio album by the American band Chicago, released in 1980. Recorded at a time of waning interest in the band, Chicago XIV remains one of Chicago's poorest selling albums, failing to reach Gold certification by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) and was deemed a commercial flop. It is also notable for being their last studio album with Columbia Records, and the last one to feature percussionist Laudir de Oliveira.
Album Name Chicago XIV. Type Album. 版公司 Columbia Records Rhino Records.
This significant lack of direction resulted in one of the group's more unfocused entries. The vast majority of the album's material came from either the Peter Cetera (bass/vocals) or Robert Lamm (keyboards/vocals) camps.
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Chicago (2) – Chicago XIV. Label: Cbs – cbs 86118. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Country: Netherlands. BIEM STEMRA Came with printed inner sleeve The sleeve or label reads only Chicago as Title but it is known as Chicago XIV. Other Versions (5 of 35) View All. Cat.
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Chicago XIV is a music studio album recording by CHICAGO (Jazz ive Rock) released in 1980 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. The band is an album in this album made at time when the interpersonal relationship that enclosed surroundings was gradually changed. If the content of sales in respect is considered, the high appraisal might not be so received. However, the music character can be found everywhere of this album as a part where the existence of Chicago is always shown.
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|A3||Song For You|
|A4||Where Did The Lovin' Go|
Written-By – D. Seraphine*, D. Wolinski*
|B3||Thunder And Lightning
Written-By – D. Seraphine*
|B4||I'd Rather Be Rich|
|B5||The American Dream
Written-By – J. Pankow*
- Artwork [Cover Lettering] – Gerry Huerta*
- Coordinator [Production] – Schatzi Hageman
- Design – John Berg
- Engineer – Michael Carnevale
- Engineer [Assistant] – Bill Freesh, Karat Faye, Ricky Delena
- Guitar – Chris Pinnick
- Mastered By – Bernie Grundman
- Performer – Danny Seraphine*, James Pankow, Laudir deOliveira*, Lee Loughnane, Peter Cetera, Robert Lamm, Walter Parazaider
- Performer [Guest Appearance] – David "Hawk" Wolinski, Ian Underwood, Mark Goldenberg
- Producer – Tom Dowd
- Written-By – P. Cetera* (tracks: A2 to A4, B1, B2), R. Lamm* (tracks: A1, A2, B3, B4)
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The sleeve or label reads only Chicago as Title but it is known as Chicago XIV.
|FC 36517||Chicago||Chicago XIV (LP, Album)||Columbia||FC 36517||US||1980|
|14-1388||Chicago||Chicago XIV (LP, Album)||CBS||14-1388||Colombia||1980|
|25AP 1901||Chicago||XIV (LP, Album)||CBS/Sony||25AP 1901||Hong Kong||1980|
|TECW-1916||Chicago = シカゴ*||Chicago = シカゴ* - Chicago XIV = シカゴXIV (CD, Album, RE)||Overseas Records||TECW-1916||Japan||1995|
|CRD-3014||Chicago||Chicago XIV (CD, Album, RE)||Chicago Records||CRD-3014||US||Unknown|