Peter Cetera (USA)

Hard Rock, Melodic Rock , AOR , Blues Rock , Glam & Sleaze Rock , West Coast , Christian Rock
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Peter Cetera (USA)

Príspevokod užívateľa Horex » 16 Okt 2019, 09:34

Peter Cetera - Peter Cetera (1981) (Rock Candy Remastered 2018)

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Year : 1981 (Rock Candy Remastered 2018)
Style : Melodic Rock , Pomp Rock , AOR
Country : United States
Audio : 320 kbps + scans
Size : 155 mb


Bio:

Peter Paul Cetera (/səˈtɛrə/ sə-TERR-ə; born September 13, 1944) is an American singer, songwriter, and bassist best known for being an original member of the rock band Chicago (1967–1985),before launching a successful solo career.His career as a recording artist encompasses seventeen albums with Chicago[4] and eight solo albums.With "If You Leave Me Now", a song written and sung by Cetera on the group's tenth album, Chicago garnered its first Grammy Award.It was also the group's first number one single.As a solo artist, Cetera has scored six Top 40 singles, including two that reached number one on Billboard's Hot 100 chart in 1986, "Glory of Love" and "The Next Time I Fall"."Glory of Love", the theme song from the film The Karate Kid Part II (1986), was co-written by Cetera, David Foster, and Diane Nini, and was nominated for both an Academy Award and a Golden Globe Award for best original song from a motion picture.In 1987, Cetera received an ASCAP award for "Glory of Love" in the category, "Most Performed Songs from Motion Pictures".His performance on "Glory of Love" was nominated for a Grammy Award for best pop male vocal.That same year Cetera and Amy Grant, who duetted on "The Next Time I Fall", were nominated for a Grammy Award for best vocal performance by a pop duo or group.Besides David Foster and Amy Grant, Cetera has collaborated throughout his career with other nationally known and internationally known recording artists from various genres of music including: The Beach Boys, Billy Joel, Karen Carpenter, Paul Anka, Agnetha Fältskog, Richard Sterban, Bonnie Raitt, Madonna, David Gilmour, Az Yet, Cher, Chaka Khan, Crystal Bernard, Ronna Reeves, and Alison Krauss. His songs have been featured in soundtracks for movies and television.In 2014, Chicago's first album, Chicago Transit Authority (Columbia, 1969), featuring Cetera on bass and vocals, was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame.[16] Cetera was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame as a member of Chicago in April 2016,and he, Robert Lamm, and James Pankow are among the 2017 Songwriters Hall of Fame inductees for their songwriting efforts as members of the group

Album:

Deluxe digitally remastered edition including 12-page full color booklet including liner notes, enhanced artwork with unpublished photos and new interview. For most fans of strident and forceful AOR, Peter Cetera would not, under normal circumstances, be their first port of call. Having been a founder member and lead vocalist with horn rock band Chicago, his background was firmly in another musical world but this, his debut solo album, showcased a desire to break free of those chains and strike out in a new direction, a solo career that turned heads and eventually led to his departure from the mother ship. Times had been disappointing for Chicago, their 14 album run at Columbia records was abruptly terminated in 1981 when they were perceived as being irrelevant to the current market. Cetera himself had actually begun to record a solo album and was half way through the project when news came of not only Chicago's ill fortune, but also of the cancellation of his own project. Fortuitously Chicago were picked up by the Warner Brother's label who also exercised the option on his solo album, which was completed and released by their Full Moon subsidiary. Issued in 1981 and produced by himself and Jim Boyer (Billy Joel, Steve Winwood), the album was quite a revelation to those who expected to hear a mellow example of his work with Chicago. The record, instead, was a punchy example of contemporary AOR, fuelled by crunchy guitar (featuring Steve Lukather and Chris Pinnick) and designed to fit in seamlessly with the work of say, Journey and Toto. Tracks such as 'I Can Feel It' and 'Livin' In The Limelight' are classics of the genre.Peter Cetera, released in September 1981, is the self-titled first solo release by then-Chicago bassist and lead vocalist, Peter Cetera.A much more rock-oriented album than Chicago had been producing at the time, Cetera released the album in September 1981 while still a member of the band. Released on Full Moon Records, a subsidiary of Warner Brothers (reissued in 2004 on Wounded Bird Records), the album was not commercially successful, peaking at number 143 on the Billboard 200 chart in March 1982, after making its first appearance on the Billboard 200 chart on January 23, 1982 at number 192.However, it is notable because Cetera is the sole writer of all songs on the album save one—"I Can Feel It," which Cetera co-wrote with Ricky Fataar and Carl Wilson.Wilson, a member of the Beach Boys and a friend of Cetera's,also played guitar on the song. The single "Livin' In The Limelight," the only hit from the album, was released on November 18, 1981,and charted at number six in the Billboard Mainstream Rock.One year after Peter Cetera was released, Cetera and Chicago launched a major comeback with the number one single, "Hard to Say I'm Sorry", and album, Chicago 16. After 1984's Chicago 17 was also a massive hit, Cetera left the band to concentrate fully on his solo career. The song, "On the Line", which appears on this album, was on the B-side of the 45 RPM single of Cetera's first number one song as a solo performer in 1986, "Glory of Love".

Line-Up:

Peter Cetera - lead vocals, bass, guitar, acoustic guitar, synthesizer, percussion
Carl Wilson - guitar
Kenny Edwards - guitar
Mark Goldenberg - guitar, 12 String guitar
Craig Hull - guitar
Josh Leo - guitar
Steve Lukather - guitar
Chris Pinnick - guitar
Bob Glaub - bass
Michael Boddicker - synthesizer
Carlos Munoz - piano
David Wolinski - synthesizer
William D. Smith - organ
Michael Botts - drums
Ricky Fataar - drums
Steve Foreman - percussion
Gary Herbig - saxophone
Tommy Morgan - harmonica

Tracklist:

01. Livin' in the Limelight 4:22
02. I Can Feel It 3:11
03. How Many Times 4:23
04. Holy Moly 4:27
05. Mona Mona 3:21
06. On the Line 4:03
07. Not Afraid to Cry 3:29
08. Evil Eye 2:36
09. Practical Man 3:53
10. Ivy Covered Walls 3:57

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