Call on Me (Chicago song)
|"Call on Me"|
|Single by Chicago|
|from the album Chicago VII|
|B-side||"Prelude to Aire"|
|Genre||Soft rock, jazz fusion|
|Producer(s)||James William Guercio|
|Chicago singles chronology|
"Call on Me" is a song written by Lee Loughnane for the group Chicago and recorded for their album Chicago VII (1974), with Peter Cetera singing lead vocals and the song makes prominent use of conga drums played by Guille Garcia. The second single released from the album, it reached number six on the US Billboard Hot 100 and number one on the Easy Listening chart.
"Call on Me" was the first Loughnane composition to be released by the band. It was written with uncredited help from Peter Cetera. Loughnane was the last original Chicago member to receive a songwriting credit.
- Peter Cetera – bass, lead and background vocals
- Robert Lamm – Fender Rhodes electric piano, background vocals
- Terry Kath – phased/delayed wah-wah electric guitars, background vocals
- Danny Seraphine – drums
- Lee Loughnane – trumpet, background vocals
- James Pankow – trombone, brass arrangement
- Walter Parazaider – tenor saxophone
- Additional Personnel
- Guille Garcia – congas
- Laudir de Oliveira – percussion
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- "Top 100 Hits of 1974/Top 100 Songs of 1974". Musicoutfitters.com. Retrieved 2016-10-09.
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