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Greatest Hits 1982-1989
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Jason Scheff electric bass, lead & background vocals|
Bill Champlin pianos, keyboards, guitars
Robert Lamm pianos, keyboards, percussion, lead & background vocals
Lee Loughnane trumpet, flugelhorn, cornet, guitar, percussion, background vocals
James Pankow trombone, percussion, background vocals
Walt Parazaider saxophones, flute, clarinet
Danny Seraphine drums, percussion
David Foster producer
|1. ||Hard To Say I'm Sorry / Get Away ||5:06|
|2. ||Look Away ||3:59|
|3. ||Stay The Night ||3:48|
|4. ||Will You Still Love Me? ||5:44|
|5. ||Love Me Tomorrow ||5:06 |
|6. ||What Kind Of Man Would I Be? Remix ||4:18|
|7. ||You're The Inspiration ||3:49|
|8. ||I Don't Wanna Live Without Your Love ||3:54|
|9. ||Hard Habit To Break ||4:43|
|10. ||Along Comes A Woman ||4:14|
|11. ||If She Would Have Been Faithful... ||3:53|
|12. ||We Can Last Forever ||3:42|
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|Total Running Time:|| 52:16|
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||Date: October 23, 2010 at 3:31|
|I think this is the one I own, although their 80's stuff has been issued, reissued and repackaged so many times it's easy to lose track. Nonetheless, every tracks a winner and you could probably pick this album (or a variation of it) up for 50p at a car boot sale. Fundamentally, it's pleasant, uncomplicated and inoffensive stuff. You'll know all the songs and be able to sing along in the car, when no one is watching.
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