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Chicago's 38th album. Said Chicago founding band member Robert Lamm:

“I hope that, 55 years from now, listeners will actually feel something about our music and our lyrics. I mean, we’re all human. We all go through some variation of the same pain and joy at some point in our lives, and there’s a commonality to that. I hope listeners in the future will actually get all those feelings while listening to our music.”

Added fellow founding Chicago member Lee Loughnane:

“One of the big reasons this album works so well is that when you put it on and play it, you hear something you’re not quite expecting to hear, and it immediately pulls you in musically and emotionally.”

And founding member James Pankow:

“The very nature of these new tracks makes them very performable, and I’m looking forward to playing some fresh material onstage.”

Chicago features the original three band members (Lamm on keyboards and vocals, Loughnane on trumpet and vocals and Pankow on trombone), backed by Ray Herrmann on sax and flute, Wally Reyes, Jr. on drums, Neil Donell on vocals, Ramon “Ray” Yslas on percussion, Tony Obrohta on guitar, Loren Gold on keyboards and vocals, and Eric Baines on bass and vocals.

Chicago's 38th album. Said Chicago founding band member Robert Lamm:

“I hope that, 55 years from now, listeners will actually feel something about our music and our lyrics. I mean, we’re all human. We all go through some variation of the same pain and joy at some point in our lives, and there’s a commonality to that. I hope listeners in the future will actually get all those feelings while listening to our music.”

Added fellow founding Chicago member Lee Loughnane:

“One of the big reasons this album works so well is that when you put it on and play it, you hear something you’re not quite expecting to hear, and it immediately pulls you in musically and emotionally.”

And founding member James Pankow:

“The very nature of these new tracks makes them very performable, and I’m looking forward to playing some fresh material onstage.”

Chicago features the original three band members (Lamm on keyboards and vocals, Loughnane on trumpet and vocals and Pankow on trombone), backed by Ray Herrmann on sax and flute, Wally Reyes, Jr. on drums, Neil Donell on vocals, Ramon “Ray” Yslas on percussion, Tony Obrohta on guitar, Loren Gold on keyboards and vocals, and Eric Baines on bass and vocals.

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Born For This Moment
Artist: Chicago
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Born for This Moment
2. If This Is Goodbye
3. Firecracker
4. Someone Needed Me the Most
5. Our New York Time
6. Safer Harbours
7. Crazy Idea
8. Make a Man Outta Me
9. She's Right
10. "The Mermaid" Sereia Do Mar
11. You've Got to Believe
12. For the Love
13. If This Isn't Love
14. House on the Hill

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Chicago's 38th album. Said Chicago founding band member Robert Lamm:

“I hope that, 55 years from now, listeners will actually feel something about our music and our lyrics. I mean, we’re all human. We all go through some variation of the same pain and joy at some point in our lives, and there’s a commonality to that. I hope listeners in the future will actually get all those feelings while listening to our music.”

Added fellow founding Chicago member Lee Loughnane:

“One of the big reasons this album works so well is that when you put it on and play it, you hear something you’re not quite expecting to hear, and it immediately pulls you in musically and emotionally.”

And founding member James Pankow:

“The very nature of these new tracks makes them very performable, and I’m looking forward to playing some fresh material onstage.”

Chicago features the original three band members (Lamm on keyboards and vocals, Loughnane on trumpet and vocals and Pankow on trombone), backed by Ray Herrmann on sax and flute, Wally Reyes, Jr. on drums, Neil Donell on vocals, Ramon “Ray” Yslas on percussion, Tony Obrohta on guitar, Loren Gold on keyboards and vocals, and Eric Baines on bass and vocals.

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