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Although they had a moderate hit with 1978's Hot Streets, for all intents and purposes Chicago had been adrift since the tragic death of Terry Kath in January of 1978. Chicago 16 is where the band finally righted itself, in no small part due to the addition of guitarist/keyboardist Bill Champlin, the namesake of the '60s San Franciscan psychedelic outfit the Sons of Champlin, who in addition to joining the band brought into the circle the producer who would change Chicago's commercial fortunes: David Foster. The Canadian producer had worked with Champlin on a solo album, Runaway, which made a very small ripple on the Billboard charts upon its 1981 release, but did pave the way for the sound that Chicago developed on 16. Under the direction of Foster, Chicago turned away from any lingering jazz-rock roots they had, and they also backed away from the disco aspirations that sank their turn-of-the-decade platters. Instead, they pursued a glistening modern pop sound, anchored with dramatic drums, built on synthesizers, decked out in arena rock guitars, layered with harmonies, and stripped of any excesses -- which by and large included Chicago's famed horn section, which was now used for punctuation instead of functioning as the center of the group's sound. This was no-nonsense, all-business, crisp and clean pop for the Reagan era, and it not only became a smash hit for Chicago -- reaching the Top Ten, thanks to the singles "Hard to Say I'm Sorry" and "Love Me Tomorrow" -- it defined Foster's sound, which in turned defined adult contemporary for the '80s. It may not have been too faithful to Chicago, at least what the band was in the '70s, but amidst '80s adult pop, it's a high watermark -- and a lot punchier and tougher than the singles would suggest, too, since almost all of the album tracks are relatively high energy and soulful. And since this finds Foster hitting his groove as a producer, 16 is always a pleasure to listen to even when the songs themselves tend toward the forgettable. Again, it's not necessarily an album for fans of Chicago the musicians, but those who love Foster the producer and the two singles on 16, this record is an entertaining period piece. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine

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1
What You're Missing
00:04:10

Humberto Gatica, Engineer, Mixing Engineer - Jay Gruska, Writer - Chicago, MainArtist - JAMES PANKOW, Brass Arranger, Trombone - LEE LOUGHNANE, Flugelhorn, Piccolo, Trumpet, Assistant Mixing Engineer - PETER CETERA, Arranger, Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals, Lead Vocals, Vocal Arranger - ROBERT LAMM, Keyboards, Backing Vocals - Walter Parazaider, Assistant Mixing Engineer, Woodwinds - DAVID FOSTER, Producer, Arranger, Additional Keyboards, Additional Synthesizer - DAVID PAICH, Additional Synthesizer - STEVE LUKATHER, Additional Guitar - BILL CHAMPLIN, Guitar, Keyboards, Backing Vocals, Vocal Arranger - Michael Landau, Additional Guitar - Steve Porcaro, Synthesizer Programmer, Additional Synthesizer - David Schober, Second Engineer - Steve Cohen, Second Engineer - Britt Bacon, Second Engineer - DANNY SERAPHINE, Arranger, Drums - Chris Pinnick, Additional Guitar - Bobby Gerber, Second Engineer - Don Levy, Second Engineer - Ernie Sheesely, Second Engineer - Jack Goudie, Assistant Mixing Engineer - Jeff Borgeson, Second Engineer - Joseph Williams, Writer - Phil Jamtaas, Second Engineer - Chip Strader, Second Engineer - Gerard Vinci, Violin

1982 Warner Records Inc. 1982 Warner Records Inc.

2
Waiting for You to Decide
00:04:08

Humberto Gatica, Engineer, Mixing Engineer - Chicago, MainArtist - JAMES PANKOW, Brass Arranger, Trombone - LEE LOUGHNANE, Flugelhorn, Piccolo, Trumpet, Assistant Mixing Engineer - PETER CETERA, Arranger, Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals, Lead Vocals, Vocal Arranger - ROBERT LAMM, Keyboards, Backing Vocals - Walter Parazaider, Assistant Mixing Engineer, Woodwinds - DAVID FOSTER, Producer, Arranger, Additional Keyboards, Writer, Additional Synthesizer - DAVID PAICH, Writer, Additional Synthesizer - STEVE LUKATHER, Additional Guitar, Writer - BILL CHAMPLIN, Guitar, Keyboards, Backing Vocals, Lead Vocals, Vocal Arranger - Michael Landau, Additional Guitar - Steve Porcaro, Synthesizer Programmer, Additional Synthesizer - David Schober, Second Engineer - Steve Cohen, Second Engineer - Britt Bacon, Second Engineer - DANNY SERAPHINE, Arranger, Drums - Chris Pinnick, Additional Guitar - Bobby Gerber, Second Engineer - Don Levy, Second Engineer - Ernie Sheesely, Second Engineer - Jack Goudie, Assistant Mixing Engineer - Jeff Borgeson, Second Engineer - Phil Jamtaas, Second Engineer - Chip Strader, Second Engineer - Gerard Vinci, Violin

1982 Warner Records Inc. 1982 Warner Records Inc.

3
Bad Advice
00:02:59

Humberto Gatica, Engineer, Mixing Engineer - Chicago, MainArtist - JAMES PANKOW, Brass Arranger, Trombone, Writer - LEE LOUGHNANE, Flugelhorn, Piccolo, Trumpet, Assistant Mixing Engineer - PETER CETERA, Arranger, Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals, Lead Vocals, Writer, Vocal Arranger - ROBERT LAMM, Keyboards, Backing Vocals - Walter Parazaider, Assistant Mixing Engineer, Woodwinds - DAVID FOSTER, Producer, Arranger, Additional Keyboards, Writer, Additional Synthesizer - DAVID PAICH, Additional Synthesizer - STEVE LUKATHER, Additional Guitar - BILL CHAMPLIN, Guitar, Keyboards, Backing Vocals, Vocal Arranger - Michael Landau, Additional Guitar - Steve Porcaro, Synthesizer Programmer, Additional Synthesizer - David Schober, Second Engineer - Steve Cohen, Second Engineer - Britt Bacon, Second Engineer - DANNY SERAPHINE, Arranger, Drums - Chris Pinnick, Additional Guitar - Bobby Gerber, Second Engineer - Don Levy, Second Engineer - Ernie Sheesely, Second Engineer - Jack Goudie, Assistant Mixing Engineer - Jeff Borgeson, Second Engineer - Phil Jamtaas, Second Engineer - Chip Strader, Second Engineer - Gerard Vinci, Violin

1982 Warner Records Inc. 1982 Warner Records Inc.

4
Chains
00:03:24

Humberto Gatica, Engineer, Mixing Engineer - Ian Thomas, Writer - Chicago, MainArtist - JAMES PANKOW, Brass Arranger, Trombone - LEE LOUGHNANE, Flugelhorn, Piccolo, Trumpet, Assistant Mixing Engineer - PETER CETERA, Arranger, Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals, Lead Vocals, Vocal Arranger - ROBERT LAMM, Keyboards, Backing Vocals - Walter Parazaider, Assistant Mixing Engineer, Woodwinds - DAVID FOSTER, Producer, Arranger, Additional Keyboards, Additional Synthesizer - DAVID PAICH, Additional Synthesizer - STEVE LUKATHER, Additional Guitar - BILL CHAMPLIN, Guitar, Keyboards, Backing Vocals, Vocal Arranger - Michael Landau, Additional Guitar - Steve Porcaro, Synthesizer Programmer, Additional Synthesizer - David Schober, Second Engineer - Steve Cohen, Second Engineer - Britt Bacon, Second Engineer - DANNY SERAPHINE, Arranger, Drums - Chris Pinnick, Additional Guitar - Bobby Gerber, Second Engineer - Don Levy, Second Engineer - Ernie Sheesely, Second Engineer - Jack Goudie, Assistant Mixing Engineer - Jeff Borgeson, Second Engineer - Phil Jamtaas, Second Engineer - Chip Strader, Second Engineer - Gerard Vinci, Violin

1982 Warner Records Inc. 1982 Warner Records Inc.

5
Hard to Say I'M Sorry / Get Away
00:05:11

Jeremy Lubbock, String Arranger - Humberto Gatica, Engineer, Mixing Engineer - BILL SCHNEE, Mixing Engineer - Chicago, MainArtist - JAMES PANKOW, Brass Arranger, Trombone - LEE LOUGHNANE, Flugelhorn, Piccolo, Trumpet, Assistant Mixing Engineer - PETER CETERA, Arranger, String Arranger, Acoustic Guitar, Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals, Lead Vocals, Writer, Vocal Arranger - ROBERT LAMM, Keyboards, Backing Vocals, Writer - Walter Parazaider, Assistant Mixing Engineer, Woodwinds - DAVID FOSTER, Producer, Arranger, String Arranger, Additional Keyboards, Writer, Additional Synthesizer - DAVID PAICH, Additional Synthesizer - STEVE LUKATHER, Additional Guitar - BILL CHAMPLIN, Guitar, Keyboards, Backing Vocals, Vocal Arranger - Michael Landau, Additional Guitar - Steve Porcaro, Synthesizer Programmer, Additional Synthesizer - David Schober, Second Engineer - Steve Cohen, Second Engineer - Britt Bacon, Second Engineer - DANNY SERAPHINE, Arranger, Drums - Chris Pinnick, Additional Guitar - Bobby Gerber, Second Engineer - Don Levy, Second Engineer - Ernie Sheesely, Second Engineer - Jack Goudie, Assistant Mixing Engineer - Jeff Borgeson, Second Engineer - Phil Jamtaas, Second Engineer - Chip Strader, Second Engineer - Gerard Vinci, Violin

1982 Warner Records Inc. 1982 Warner Records Inc.

6
Follow Me
00:04:55

Humberto Gatica, Engineer, Mixing Engineer - Chicago, MainArtist - JAMES PANKOW, Brass Arranger, Trombone, Writer - LEE LOUGHNANE, Flugelhorn, Piccolo, Trumpet, Assistant Mixing Engineer - PETER CETERA, Arranger, Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals, Vocal Arranger - ROBERT LAMM, Keyboards, Backing Vocals - Walter Parazaider, Assistant Mixing Engineer, Woodwinds - DAVID FOSTER, Producer, Arranger, Additional Keyboards, Writer, Additional Synthesizer - DAVID PAICH, Additional Synthesizer - STEVE LUKATHER, Additional Guitar - BILL CHAMPLIN, Guitar, Keyboards, Backing Vocals, Lead Vocals, Vocal Arranger - Michael Landau, Additional Guitar - Steve Porcaro, Synthesizer Programmer, Additional Synthesizer - David Schober, Second Engineer - Steve Cohen, Second Engineer - Britt Bacon, Second Engineer - DANNY SERAPHINE, Arranger, Drums - Chris Pinnick, Additional Guitar - Bobby Gerber, Second Engineer - Don Levy, Second Engineer - Ernie Sheesely, Second Engineer - Jack Goudie, Assistant Mixing Engineer - Jeff Borgeson, Second Engineer - Phil Jamtaas, Second Engineer - Chip Strader, Second Engineer - Gerard Vinci, Violin

1982 Warner Records Inc. 1982 Warner Records Inc.

7
Sonny Think Twice
00:04:02

Humberto Gatica, Engineer, Mixing Engineer - Chicago, MainArtist - JAMES PANKOW, Brass Arranger, Trombone - LEE LOUGHNANE, Flugelhorn, Piccolo, Trumpet, Assistant Mixing Engineer - PETER CETERA, Arranger, Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals, Vocal Arranger - ROBERT LAMM, Keyboards, Backing Vocals - Walter Parazaider, Assistant Mixing Engineer, Woodwinds - DAVID FOSTER, Producer, Arranger, Additional Keyboards, Additional Synthesizer - DAVID PAICH, Additional Synthesizer - STEVE LUKATHER, Additional Guitar - BILL CHAMPLIN, Guitar, Keyboards, Backing Vocals, Lead Vocals, Writer, Vocal Arranger - Michael Landau, Additional Guitar - Steve Porcaro, Synthesizer Programmer, Additional Synthesizer - David Schober, Second Engineer - Steve Cohen, Second Engineer - Britt Bacon, Second Engineer - DANNY SERAPHINE, Arranger, Drums, Writer - Chris Pinnick, Additional Guitar - Bobby Gerber, Second Engineer - Don Levy, Second Engineer - Ernie Sheesely, Second Engineer - Jack Goudie, Assistant Mixing Engineer - Jeff Borgeson, Second Engineer - Phil Jamtaas, Second Engineer - Chip Strader, Second Engineer - Gerard Vinci, Violin

1982 Warner Records Inc. 1982 Warner Records Inc.

8
What Can I Say
00:03:49

Humberto Gatica, Engineer, Mixing Engineer - Chicago, MainArtist - JAMES PANKOW, Brass Arranger, Trombone, Writer - LEE LOUGHNANE, Flugelhorn, Piccolo, Trumpet, Assistant Mixing Engineer - PETER CETERA, Arranger, Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals, Lead Vocals, Vocal Arranger - ROBERT LAMM, Keyboards, Backing Vocals - Walter Parazaider, Assistant Mixing Engineer, Woodwinds - DAVID FOSTER, Producer, Arranger, Additional Keyboards, Writer, Additional Synthesizer - DAVID PAICH, Additional Synthesizer - STEVE LUKATHER, Additional Guitar - BILL CHAMPLIN, Guitar, Keyboards, Backing Vocals, Vocal Arranger - Michael Landau, Additional Guitar - Steve Porcaro, Synthesizer Programmer, Additional Synthesizer - David Schober, Second Engineer - Steve Cohen, Second Engineer - Britt Bacon, Second Engineer - DANNY SERAPHINE, Arranger, Drums - Chris Pinnick, Additional Guitar - Bobby Gerber, Second Engineer - Don Levy, Second Engineer - Ernie Sheesely, Second Engineer - Jack Goudie, Assistant Mixing Engineer - Jeff Borgeson, Second Engineer - Phil Jamtaas, Second Engineer - Chip Strader, Second Engineer - Gerard Vinci, Violin

1982 Warner Records Inc. 1982 Warner Records Inc.

9
Rescue You
00:03:58

Humberto Gatica, Engineer, Mixing Engineer - Chicago, MainArtist - JAMES PANKOW, Brass Arranger, Trombone - LEE LOUGHNANE, Flugelhorn, Piccolo, Trumpet, Assistant Mixing Engineer - PETER CETERA, Arranger, Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals, Lead Vocals, Writer, Vocal Arranger - ROBERT LAMM, Keyboards, Backing Vocals - Walter Parazaider, Assistant Mixing Engineer, Woodwinds - DAVID FOSTER, Producer, Arranger, Additional Keyboards, Writer, Additional Synthesizer - DAVID PAICH, Additional Synthesizer - STEVE LUKATHER, Additional Guitar - BILL CHAMPLIN, Guitar, Keyboards, Backing Vocals, Vocal Arranger - Michael Landau, Additional Guitar - Steve Porcaro, Synthesizer Programmer, Additional Synthesizer - David Schober, Second Engineer - Steve Cohen, Second Engineer - Britt Bacon, Second Engineer - DANNY SERAPHINE, Arranger, Drums - Chris Pinnick, Additional Guitar - Bobby Gerber, Second Engineer - Don Levy, Second Engineer - Ernie Sheesely, Second Engineer - Jack Goudie, Assistant Mixing Engineer - Jeff Borgeson, Second Engineer - Phil Jamtaas, Second Engineer - Chip Strader, Second Engineer - Gerard Vinci, Violin

1982 Warner Records Inc. 1982 Warner Records Inc.

10
Love Me Tomorrow
00:05:05

Humberto Gatica, Engineer, Mixing Engineer - Chicago, MainArtist - JAMES PANKOW, Brass Arranger, Trombone - LEE LOUGHNANE, Flugelhorn, Piccolo, Trumpet, Assistant Mixing Engineer - PETER CETERA, Arranger, Bass Guitar, Backing Vocals, Lead Vocals, Writer, Vocal Arranger - ROBERT LAMM, Keyboards, Backing Vocals - Walter Parazaider, Assistant Mixing Engineer, Woodwinds - DAVID FOSTER, Producer, Arranger, Additional Keyboards, Writer, Additional Synthesizer - DAVID PAICH, Additional Synthesizer - STEVE LUKATHER, Additional Guitar - BILL CHAMPLIN, Guitar, Keyboards, Backing Vocals, Vocal Arranger - Michael Landau, Additional Guitar - Steve Porcaro, Synthesizer Programmer, Additional Synthesizer - David Schober, Second Engineer - Steve Cohen, Second Engineer - Britt Bacon, Second Engineer - DANNY SERAPHINE, Arranger, Drums - Chris Pinnick, Additional Guitar - Bobby Gerber, Second Engineer - Don Levy, Second Engineer - Ernie Sheesely, Second Engineer - Jack Goudie, Assistant Mixing Engineer - Jeff Borgeson, Second Engineer - Phil Jamtaas, Second Engineer - Chip Strader, Second Engineer - Gerard Vinci, Violin

1982 Warner Records Inc. 1982 Warner Records Inc.

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Although they had a moderate hit with 1978's Hot Streets, for all intents and purposes Chicago had been adrift since the tragic death of Terry Kath in January of 1978. Chicago 16 is where the band finally righted itself, in no small part due to the addition of guitarist/keyboardist Bill Champlin, the namesake of the '60s San Franciscan psychedelic outfit the Sons of Champlin, who in addition to joining the band brought into the circle the producer who would change Chicago's commercial fortunes: David Foster. The Canadian producer had worked with Champlin on a solo album, Runaway, which made a very small ripple on the Billboard charts upon its 1981 release, but did pave the way for the sound that Chicago developed on 16. Under the direction of Foster, Chicago turned away from any lingering jazz-rock roots they had, and they also backed away from the disco aspirations that sank their turn-of-the-decade platters. Instead, they pursued a glistening modern pop sound, anchored with dramatic drums, built on synthesizers, decked out in arena rock guitars, layered with harmonies, and stripped of any excesses -- which by and large included Chicago's famed horn section, which was now used for punctuation instead of functioning as the center of the group's sound. This was no-nonsense, all-business, crisp and clean pop for the Reagan era, and it not only became a smash hit for Chicago -- reaching the Top Ten, thanks to the singles "Hard to Say I'm Sorry" and "Love Me Tomorrow" -- it defined Foster's sound, which in turned defined adult contemporary for the '80s. It may not have been too faithful to Chicago, at least what the band was in the '70s, but amidst '80s adult pop, it's a high watermark -- and a lot punchier and tougher than the singles would suggest, too, since almost all of the album tracks are relatively high energy and soulful. And since this finds Foster hitting his groove as a producer, 16 is always a pleasure to listen to even when the songs themselves tend toward the forgettable. Again, it's not necessarily an album for fans of Chicago the musicians, but those who love Foster the producer and the two singles on 16, this record is an entertaining period piece. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine

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