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Walter Schütze - Song Of Chicago / Song Of New York MP3


1Song Of New York
2Song Of Chicago


  • Music By, ConductorWalter Schütze
  • OrchestraGroßes Tanzorchester


Blues & Foxtrot from the Boehner-Film, Hamburg-Amerika-Linie (Hapag) "Wir Fahren Nach Amerika" .


  • Matrix / Runout (Label A): 51355
  • Matrix / Runout (Label B): 51356
  • Rights Society: B.I.E.M.


Free is a song written by Robert Lamm as a part of the Travel Suite for the rock band Chicago and recorded for their third album Chicago III 1971, with Terry Kath singing lead vocals. It was the first single released from this album, and peaked at 20 on the U. Billboard Hot 100. Terry Kath lead vocals, guitar. Robert Lamm keyboards, backing vocals. Peter Cetera bass, backing vocals. Danny Seraphine drums, percussion. James Pankow trombone. Lee Loughnane trumpet. Walter Schütze AT music by, conductor, album by. Großes Tanzorchester orchestra. Album Tracks. Discover new music via the network among artists. Thanks to Franz Flückiger for providing Storygram used to visualize band membership and together with Stefan Guggisberg for the visual data mining application ArtistAnalytics. ArtistInfo for Mac, iPad, and iPhone. A waltz song and chorus that identifies the big apple. Lyrics: 1. The second half of Chicago VII directly contrasts the less structured instrumentals with more inclusive sides such as the previously mentioned hits Call On Me and Wishing You Were Here. Other highlights include Lamm's funky mid-tempo Life Saver, Peter Cetera's bassvocals laid-back and unencumbered Happy Man, and a double shot from Kath in the form of two serene ballads, Song of the Evergreens and Byblos - which features some stellar acoustic strumming. New York is diffrent cause theres no place else on earth quite like New York and thats why. I LOVE NEW YORK. repeat 3 times. Submitted by: Tessa Collie source: New York State home page. Find on Areaconnect Yellow Pages. Link to . Study Tools. Id Rather Be Rich Chicago XIV, 1980. Not a ton of Chicago riffs that you'd be likely to mistake for Tony Iommi at any point, but the chugging of Chicago VIII deep cut Hideaway is vicious enough that you kinda expect it to turn it into Sabbath Bloody Sabbath in its early minutes - even before you get to its blistering solo. The bands final double album begins with five lushly composed pieces. Chicago : Chicago VII,альбом, рецезия, трек-лист, mp3, тексты песен. Colour My World Chicago song. Redirected from Color My World Chicago song. Colour My World is a song written by American musician James Pankow, one of the founding members of the rockjazz fusion band Chicago. Part of Pankow's Ballet for a Girl in Buchannon song cyclesuite, it was recorded for their second album Chicago, also called Chicago II 1970. Terry Kath sings the lead vocal, and Walter Parazaider performs the memorable flute solo. Theme from New York, New York by Frank Sinatra 1980. The city's unofficial anthem sees New York through the wide eyes of an outsider: a small-town striver hoping that If I can make it there, I'll make it anywhere. The song breathes aspiration, and is itself a fairly recent arrival: Broadway's John Kander and Fred Ebb wrote it for Liza Minnelli to sing in 1977's New York, New York a film set in the '40s, and Frank Sinatra made it famous three years later. From an album that inspired a critical love-in came a video that starred Kermit the Frog, for a song that LCD Soundsystem chose to close its farewell show. Chicago continues to perform the song, either on its own, or as part of the Ballet. Since Kath's death in 1978 and being brought back into their set list in 1982, lead vocals were performed by Bill Champlin until 1991, when Robert Lamm took the lead. It has been sung by trumpeter Lee Loughnane since 2009

Walter Schütze - Song Of Chicago / Song Of New York MP3
Performer: Walter Schütze
Genre: Pop / TV
Title: Song Of Chicago / Song Of New York
Country: Germany
MP3 album: 2005 mb
FLAC album: 2748 mb
Rating: 4.2
Votes: 255
Source: Shellac, 10", 78 RPM
№ Cat: A 2921
Label: Telefunken