Chicago 17 is the fourteenth studio album by American band Chicago, released on May 14, 1984. It was the group's second release for Full Moon/Warner Bros. Records, their second album to be produced by David Foster and their last with founding bassist/vocalist Peter Cetera. Four singles were released from the album, all of which placed in the top 20 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. The success of the singles propelled Chicago 17 to achieve an RIAA certification of six times platinum.
Chicago 16 finally gave Chicago a big hit after a four-year drought, thanks in large part to new producer David Foster, who steered the jazz-rock veterans toward a streamlined, crisply produced pop direction on that 1982 effort. Given that success, it's no surprise that the septet teamed with Foster again for its next album, 1984's Chicago 17 (apparently Roman numerals were left behind along with their progressive jazz-rock). It's also no surprise that Foster took an even greater control of 17, steering the group further down the adult contemporary road and pushing Peter Cetera.
Chicago 17 is the fourteenth studio album by American band Chicago, released on May 14, 1984. Chicago 17 remains the biggest-selling album in the band's history
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About Chicago 17. What song by Chicago, has the lyrics: I want to put my arms around you baby in it? Chicago 17 Q&A. Producers David Foster. Writers David Foster, John Lewis Parker, Peter Cetera & 1 more. The Very Best of Chicago: 40th Anniversary. Show all albums by Chicago.
2006 Expanded & Remastered. The Greatest Seventies Album.
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Stay The Night
Arranged By – David Foster, Peter CeteraWritten-By – D. Foster*, P. Cetera*
We Can Stop The Hurtin'
Arranged By – David Foster, Bobby Lamm*Arranged By [Horns] – Jimmy Pankow*Backing Vocals [Additional] – Donny Osmond, Richard MarxWritten-By – B. Champlin*, D. Neal*, R. Lamm*
Hard Habit To Break
Arranged By – David FosterArranged By [Strings] – Jeremy LubbockWritten-By – J. Parker*, S. Kipner*
Arranged By – David FosterArranged By [Horns] – David Foster, Jimmy Pankow*Arranged By [Vocals] – Bill Champlin, Bobby Lamm*Written-By – D. Foster*, J. Pankow*
Remember The Feeling
Arranged By – David FosterArranged By [Strings] – Jeremy LubbockArranged By [Vocals] – Peter CeteraWritten-By – B. Champlin*, P. Cetera*
Along Comes A Woman
Arranged By – Mark Goldenberg, Peter CeteraArranged By [Horns] – Jimmy Pankow*Written-By – M. Goldenberg*, P. Cetera*
You're The Inspiration
Arranged By – David Foster, Peter CeteraArranged By [Strings] – Jeremy LubbockWritten-By – D. Foster*, P. Cetera*
Please Hold On
Arranged By – David FosterArranged By [Horns] – David Foster, Jimmy Pankow*Written-By – B. Champlin*, D. Foster*, L. Richie*
Arranged By – Mark Goldenberg, Peter CeteraWritten-By – M. Goldenberg*, P. Cetera*
Once In A Lifetime
Arranged By – David Foster, Jimmy Pankow*Arranged By [Horns] – Jimmy Pankow*Written-By – J. Pankow*
Art Direction, Design
Artwork [Album Cover Art]
Engineer [Assistant, Mix]
Engineer [Assistant, Sunset Sound]
Engineer [Assistant, The Lighthouse]
Engineer [Assistant, The Record Plant]
Engineer, Mixed By
Keyboards [Additional], Arranged By [Additional]
Keyboards, Guitar, Vocals
Front Line Management,
Other [Additional Overdubs]
Paulinho Da Costa
Programmed By [Synthesizer]
John Van Tongeren,
The Lighthouse, North Hollywood;
The Record Plant, Los Angeles;
Sunset Sound, Hollywood.
Mixed at Lion Share Recording Studios, Los Angeles.
Original mastered at Sterling Sound, New York.
Track B4 "Prima Donna":
From the Soundtrack of the Motion Picture "Two Of A Kind".
Publisher credits(G.B. only):
Island Music Ltd. (A1,A4-B2,B4,B5), Chappell Music Ltd. (A1,A4,B2,B3),
Carlin Music Corp. (A2,A5,B3), Copyright Control (A2,A3), Bocu Music Ltd. (A3),
MCA Music Ltd. (B1,B4), Warner Bros. Music Ltd. (B3), MCA Music Ltd. (B4).