|Studio album by Chicago|
|Released||June 21, 1988|
|Recorded||Autumn 1987 – Spring 1988|
and Chas Sandford
|Singles from Chicago 19|
Chicago 19 is the sixteenth studio album by the American band Chicago, released in 1988. After recording Chicago 18 with David Foster, the band worked primarily with producers Ron Nevison and Chas Sandford for this album. Their Full Moon Records imprint moved to Reprise Records. This album was the final album to feature the band's original drummer Danny Seraphine, who left the group in 1990.
With a reception similar to its predecessor, Chicago 19 became a success on the album chart, going platinum and yielding hit singles. The album includes "Look Away" (#1), "I Don't Wanna Live Without Your Love" (#3), and "You're Not Alone" (#10). A slightly remixed version of Jason Scheff's "What Kind Of Man Would I Be?" (#5) would also be successful in late 1989, as part of the follow-up Greatest Hits 1982-1989 release. The album relied heavily on outside writers, continuing a trend from the previous album. The first two singles were written by high-charting Diane Warren, and the third by British-born songwriter Jimmy Scott.
|1.||"Heart in Pieces"||Tim Feehan/Brian MacLeod||Jason Scheff||5:04|
|2.||"I Don't Wanna Live Without Your Love"||Albert Hammond/Diane Warren||Bill Champlin||3:55|
|3.||"I Stand Up"||Robert Lamm/Gerard McMahon||Robert Lamm||4:06|
|4.||"We Can Last Forever"||Jason Scheff/John Dexter||Scheff||3:45|
|5.||"Come in from the Night"||Bill Champlin/Bruce Gaitsch||Champlin||4:43|
|6.||"Look Away"||Diane Warren||Champlin||4:02|
|7.||"What Kind of Man Would I Be?"||Jason Scheff/Chas Sandford/Bobby Caldwell||Scheff||4:21|
|8.||"Runaround"||Bill Champlin/Jason Scheff||Champlin & Scheff||4:10|
|9.||"You're Not Alone"||Jim Scott||Champlin||3:56|
|10.||"Victorious"||Marc Jordan/John Capek||Lamm||6:02|
Chicago 19 (Full Moon/Reprise 25714) reached #37 in the US during a chart stay of 42 weeks. It did not chart in the UK.
An alternative version of "Come in From The Night" exists. An outtake of "Victorious" exists. A cover version of Otis Redding's "I Can't Turn You Loose" was intended for Chicago 19. It was performed live in July 1988. "Dancing in The Streets" was omitted, and performed in 1989 in Houston, Texas as part of an encore. A demo of "Look Away" exists. There were alternative lyrics in an early demo of What Kind of Man Would I Be.
- Bill Champlin – keyboards, lead & background vocals
- Robert Lamm – keyboards, lead & background vocals
- Lee Loughnane – trumpet, brass arrangements
- James Pankow – trombone, brass arrangements
- Walter Parazaider – saxophone
- Jason Scheff – bass, lead & background vocals
- Danny Seraphine – drums, percussion, programming
- Dawayne Bailey – guitar, background vocals
- Chas Sandford – guitars
- Dann Huff – guitars
- Phillip Ashley – keyboards
- John Campbell – keyboards
- Charles Judge – keyboards
- Mike Murphy – programming, cowbell, drum technician
- Peter Kaye – programming
- Peter Maher – programming
- Kiki Ebsen – programming and keyboards
- Efrain Toro – drum programming
- Paul Jamieson – drum technician
- Tamara Champlin – additional background vocals
- Tim Feehan – additional background vocals on "Heart In Pieces"
- Produced by Ron Nevison (Tracks 2, 4, 6 & 9) and Chas Sandford (Tracks 1, 3, 5, 7, 8 & 10).
- Engineered by Ron Nevison (Tracks 2, 4, 6 & 9), assisted by Bob Vogt, Nick Basich, Stan Katayama, Jeff Poe and Michael E. Hutchinson.
- Engineered by Chas Sandford and Gary McGachan (Tracks 1, 3, 5, 7, 8 & 10), assisted by Daren Chadwick
- Mixed by Greg Walsh, James Guthrie and Chas Sandford.
- Production Assistant to Ron Nevison: Deandra Miller
- Production Assistant to Chas Sandford: Lisa M. Allen
- Art Direction and Design: Janet Levinson
- Computer Illustration: Jim Hillin for DeGraf/Wahrman Inc.
- Direction: Howard Kaufman for Front Line Management
Album - Billboard (America)
|1988||The Billboard 200||37|
Singles - Billboard (America)
|Release Date||Title||U.S. Hot 100||U.S. AC|
|May 1988||"I Don't Wanna Live Without Your Love"||3||5|
|September 1988||"Look Away"||1||1|
|January 1989||"You're Not Alone"||10||9|
|April 1989||"We Can Last Forever"||55||12|