All these songs have already appeared on the blog on another compilation, Only The Beginning: The Very Best Of Chicago, even though this CD was purchased before that one. (Note: don't confuse the two previously mentioned albums with the other 10+ compilations from this group.) But since the goal of the blog is to listen to all the CDs on the shelves, this one is getting a Saturday morning spin.
Peak on the US Billboard Top 200 chart: #37
|Hard To Say I'm Sorry/Get Away||16||1982||1||1|
|Stay The Night||17||1984||16|
|Will You Still Love Me?||18||1986||3||2|
|Love Me Tomorrow||16||1982||22||8|
|What Kind of Man Would I Be?||19||1988||5||2|
|You're The Inspiration||17||1984||3||1|
|I Don't Wanna Live Without Your Love||19||1988||3||5|
|Hard Habit To Break||17||1984||3||3|
|Along Comes A Woman||17||1984||14||25|
|If She Would Have Been Faithful||18||1986||17||9|
|We Can Last Forever||19||1988||55||12|
Missing Top 40 hit: You're Not Alone (#10, 1989). Would I have preferred chronological sequencing? You betcha.
Personal Memory Associated with this CD: This CD (and the track What Kind Of Man Would I Be in particular) reminds me of numerous trips to Sutherlands during ill-fated DIY home improvement projects.
Previously revisited for the blog:
Only The Beginning: The Very Best Of Chicago (2002)
Chicago 16 (1982)