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Category: Westcoast AOR
Year: 1973 / 2002
Label: Columbia / Rhino
Catalog Number: KC-32400
|2.||Just You 'N' Me||3:49|
|5.||What's This World Comin' To||4:58|
|6.||Something In This City Changes People||3:42|
|8.||In Terms Of Two||3:27|
|10.||Feelin' Stronger Every Day||4:14|
|11.||Beyond All Our Sorrows||7:17|
|12.||Tired of Being Alone w. Al Green||3:50|
|Total Running Time:||49:06|
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|From: gfranciscop||Date: August 19, 2021 at 11:43|
|Chicago gets closer to the sound I've known them for. Shorter songs, but still feeling like they're jamming with a brass band. Just You N Me is a nice Cetera led song in that tradition. What's This World Comin' To gets some Funk influences out. Something In This City Changes People and Hollywood remind me of 70s Rock from my country. Country sounds in In Terms Of Two. I liked it overall, probably their first album I'd call AOR (or at least proto AOR). Rating: 8/10. Favorite Track: Something In This City Changes People.|
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