One More Story


One More Story
One More Story
Studio album by Peter Cetera
Released August 1988
Recorded Unknown
Genre Rock, AC
Length 46:18
Label Warner Bros
Producer Patrick Leonard, Peter Cetera
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Peter Cetera chronology
Solitude/Solitaire
(1986)
One More Story
(1988)
World Falling Down
(1992)

One More Story (1988) is the third solo album for music artist Peter Cetera and his second album after leaving the group Chicago. This album includes the hit "One Good Woman". It also includes the single "Best Of Times". The album was produced by Patrick Leonard, and contains an appearance by his most famous artist at the time, Madonna (appearing on the song "Scheherazade" as 'Lulu Smith'). It also features Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour on "Body Language" and "You Never Listen to Me", as well as Oak Ridge Boys bass vocalist Richard Sterban and guitarist Bonnie Raitt on "Save Me".

"Save Me" was used as the opening theme for Baywatch on the show's run on NBC. Ironically enough, drummer Tris Imboden, appears on this album. He would later join Cetera's former band Chicago, replacing original drummer Danny Seraphine.

Track listing

  1. "Best Of Times" (Peter Cetera, Patrick Leonard) – 4:13
  2. "One Good Woman" (Cetera, Leonard) – 4:35
  3. "Peace Of Mind" (Cetera, Leonard, Bill LaBounty) – 4:25
  4. "Heaven Help This Lonely Man" (Cetera, Leonard) – 4:25
  5. "Save Me" (Cetera, David Foster) – 4:21
  6. "Holding Out" (LaBounty, David Innes) – 5:12
  7. "Body Language (There In The Dark)" (Cetera, Leonard) – 4:44
  8. "You Never Listen To Me" (Cetera, Leonard) – 4:54
  9. "Scheherazade" (Cetera, Leonard, Diane Nini) – 5:28
  10. "One More Story" (Cetera, Leonard) – 3:41

One More Story reached a peak of #58 on the Billboard Pop Albums chart.

Production

  • Produced By Peter Cetera & Pat Leonard
  • Engineers: Rick Holbrook, Kevin Killen, Michael Vail Blum
  • Mixing: Brian Malouf
  • Mastering: Doug Sax

Personnel


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