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Backed with an arsenal of hits courtesy of his years in Chicago, several hits on soundtracks ("After All" and "Glory of Love"), Peter Cetera had plenty of name recognition and credibility to fall back on when he launched his solo career. With 1986's Solitude/Solitaire, he proved that these hits were simply just not a fluke, but that his was truly a voice to be reckoned with in the adult contemporary world. So instead of working the with predictable formulas and ballads that made Cetera's career so successful, he decided to take a chance and switch the gears to record an album of more up-tempo numbers.One More Story stumbles, at times, with production that sounds somewhat dated, and with songs where Cetera is obviously out of his element, but the two big hits from the album ("One Good Woman" and "Heaven Help This Lonely Man") more than compensate for these detractions, and bring out the best of what Cetera has to offer.

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solid 80's album

this record came out in 1988 and it sounds like it. Patrick Leonard's production (who later worked with Madonna) is without question rooted in the sound of the era, but you have to love the musicians involved, which include Pink Floyd's David Gilmour on 'Body Language' and 'You Never Listen to Me'. a good album from beginning to end.

No mention of the "Special Guest"????

Anyone notice the voice of the woman in "Scheherazade"? Credited as Lulu Smith which is also one of Madonna's aliases. Listen for her superb backing vocal (yes, it really is her Madgesty- especially if you consider Patrick Leonard was involved in the production)...

Another Great Solo Offering

Released in 1988 right on the heels of a tour supporting Solitude Solitaire, One More Story is yet another great post-Chicago offering. Cetera's vocals are in top form; over the years this project has aged a little better than it's slightly over produced predecessor. The album contains the number one hit single "One Good Woman", the enchanting "Scheherazade", as well as "Save Me" which some of you may remember as the theme song from season 1 of Baywatch. The title track is another great standout, as it's a touching softly sung lullaby to his daughter. All in all there really isn't a bad song on here, it's one of those albums you can pretty much put on and listen to all the way through. Whether your a fan of Chicago or Cetera, I'm sure you'll be very happy with this one


Born: September 13, 1944 in Chicago, IL

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

While best known as the longtime frontman for Chicago, singer Peter Cetera also enjoyed success as a solo performer. Born September 13, 1944 in the Windy City, Cetera was in a band called the Exceptions when in late 1967 he was recruited by another aspiring group, then called Chicago Transit Authority, to play bass. By the early '70s, Chicago was among the most popular acts in America, their brand of muscular jazz-rock spawning such major hits as "Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?" and "Saturday...
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One More Story, Peter Cetera
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  • $9.90
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Adult Contemporary, Soft Rock
  • Released: Jul 29, 1988

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