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Chicago - The Best Of Chicago Part One
Chicago - The Best Of Chicago Part One
Performer: Chicago
Title: The Best Of Chicago Part One
Label: SomeWax Recordings
Country: Russia
Released: 2003
Cat: SW209-2
Rating: 4.5/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1310 mb | MP3 size: 1193 mb | WMA size: 1409 mb
Genre: Rock / Blues / Pop

1Make Me Smile
2Memories Of Love
3C. Fallin' Out
6Travel Suite: At The Sunrise
7 An Hour In The Shower
8Wake Up Sunshine
10Saturday In The Park
12Dialogue: Part 1-2 (Single Version)
13Questions 67 And 68
14E. Morning Blues Again
1525 Or 6 To 4
16D. Dreamin' Home
17Now That You've Gone
18Movin' In
19Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?
20What Else Can I Say
21 -
22All Is Well
23A. A Hard Risin'
24B. Off To Work


Double digipack sleeve. Booklet 16 pages with info, photos and lyrics.


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