|1||–Chicago||Don't Get Around Much Anymore|
Arranged By – Robert LammMusic By – Duke EllingtonVocals – Bill Champlin, Robert LammWords By – Bob Russell
Arranged By – James PankowMusic By – Glenn MillerVocals – Jason Scheff, Robert LammWords By – Mitchell Parish
|3||–Chicago||Take The "A" Train|
Arranged By – Robert LammVocals – Robert LammWords By, Music By – Billy Strayhorn
|4||–Chicago||Night & Day|
Arranged By – Robert LammVocals – Jason ScheffWords By, Music By – Cole Porter
Arranged By – James PankowMusic By – Duke Ellington, Juan TizolVocals – Robert LammWords By – Irving Mills
|6||–Chicago||In The Mood|
Arranged By – Chicago , Peter Wolf Music By – Joseph GarlandVocals – Bill Champlin, Jason Scheff, Robert Lamm
|7||–Chicago||Blues In The Night|
Guitar, Soloist – Joe PerryMusic By – Harold ArlenVocals, Arranged By – Bill ChamplinWords By – Johnny Mercer
|8||–Chicago Duet With Jade & Piano Stylings By Paul Shaffer||Dream A Little Dream Of Me|
Arranged By – James PankowBacking Vocals – Bill Champlin, Jason ScheffMusic By – Fabian Andre, Wilbur SchwandtPiano [Piano Stylings] – Paul ShafferVocals – Di, Jade , Jason Scheff, Joi, TonyaWords By – Gus Kahn
Vocals, Arranged By – Bill ChamplinWords By, Music By – Johnny Mercer, Matty Malneck
Arranged By – Jason Scheff, Robert LammMusic By – Duke EllingtonVocals – Jason Scheff, Robert LammWords By – Irving Mills, Mitchell Parish
|11||–Chicago With The Gipsy Kings||Sing, Sing, Sing|
Arranged By, Arranged By [Vocals] – Lee LoughnaneGuitar [Rumba Flamenco Guitars], Arranged By [Vocals] – Gipsy KingsLead Guitar – Tonino BaliardoVocals – Bill Champlin, Jason Scheff, Nicholas Reyes, Patchai Reyes, Robert LammWords By, Music By – Louis Prima
Arranged By – James PankowTrumpet [Out Of Tune 2nd Trumpet] – Bruce FairbairnVocals – Robert LammWords By, Music By – Fred Fisher
|9 24615-2||Chicago||Night & Day (Big Band) (CD, Album)||Giant Records||9 24615-2||US||1995|
|W2 24615, CD 24615||Chicago||Night & Day (Big Band) (CD, Album, Club)||Giant Records, Giant Records||W2 24615, CD 24615||Canada||1995|
|CDGNT (WF) 018||Chicago||Night & Day (Big Band) (CD, Album)||Giant Records, BMG Records Africa (Pty) Ltd.||CDGNT (WF) 018||South Africa||1995|
|543||Chicago||Night & Day (Big Band) (Cass, Album, Unofficial)||Audio Max||543||Ukraine||Unknown|
|9 24615-4||Chicago||Night & Day (Big Band) (Cass, Album)||Giant Records||9 24615-4||US||1995|
- Arranged By [Additional Vocal Arrangement] – Jason Scheff, Robert Lamm
- Arranged By [Big Band] – Bill Watrous, Shelly Berg
- Arranged By [Chicago Brass Arrangement] – James Pankow (tracks: A1 to A6, B3 to B6), Lee Loughnane (tracks: B1, B2)
- Arranged By [Chicago Vocal Arrangement] – Bill Champlin
- Art Direction, Design – Larry Vigon
- Backing Vocals – Bill Champlin, Jason Scheff, Robert Lamm
- Bass, Vocals – Jason Scheff
- Co-producer [The Gipsy King] – Gerard Prevost
- Design – Brian Jackson
- Drums, Harmonica – Tris Imboden
- Engineer [Assistant] – Delwyn Brooks, Robbes Stieglitz
- Engineer [First], Mixed By – Erwin Musper
- Engineer [Second] – Mike Plotnikoff
- Guest – The Gipsy Kings, Jade , Joe Perry, Paul Shaffer
- Guitar – Bruce Gaitsch
- Keyboards, Guitar, Vocals – Bill Champlin
- Keyboards, Vocals – Robert Lamm
- Liner Notes – Paul Shaffer
- Management – HK Management, Howard Kaufman, Peter Schivarelli
- Mastered By – Bernie Grundman
- Orchestrated By – Shelly Berg
- Percussion – Luis Conte
- Percussion [Additional] – Jack Duncan (tracks: 6), Sal Ferreras (tracks: 6)
- Photography By [Cover] – Hugh Kretschmer
- Photography By [Inside] – Guy Webster
- Producer – Bruce Fairbairn
- Trombone – James Pankow
- Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Lee Loughnane
- Woodwind – Walt Parazaider
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- Barcode (Text): 0 7599-24615-4 2
- Barcode (Scanned): 075992461542
- Rights Society: ASCAP
- Manufactured By – Warner Bros. Records Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Giant Records
- Copyright (c) – Giant Records
- Recorded At – Armoury Studios
- Recorded At – Record Plant, Los Angeles
- Published By – Fisher Music Corp.
- Published By – EMI Mills Music Inc.
- Published By – Famous Music Corporation
- Published By – Words & Music, Inc.
- Published By – Gilbert Keyes Music Co.
- Published By – Don Swan Publications
- Published By – Wb Music Corp.
- Published By – Malneck Music
- Published By – EMI Robbins Catalog Inc.
- Published By – Warner Bros. Inc.
- Published By – Duke Ellington Music
- Published By – EMI Mills Music
- Published By – Shapiro Bernstein & Co. Ltd.
- Published By – Harrison Music Corp.
- Published By – Tempo Music Inc.
Night & Day: Big Band is the eighteenth studio album by the American band Chicago, and twenty-second overall, released in 1995. It is a departure from Top 40 material for a more thematic project, with a focus on classic big band, jazz, and swing music. Chicago left Reprise Records and started their own imprint, Chicago Records, to re-distribute their music. This album was carried by Giant Records, a subsidiary of Warner Music, who also distributes Reprise. Night and Day Big-Band is Chicagos twenty-second album overall, released in 1995. It marked the bands pursuit of a more thematic project, the focus being classic big band and swing music. Cover Design: Musical Instruments Track Listing: Chicago. Dream a Little Dream of Me. Goody Goody. Moonlight Serenade. Night and Day. Chicago is an American rock band formed in 1967 in Chicago, Illinois. They have recorded 37 albums, sold over 100,000,000 records and are one of the longest-running and best-selling music groups of all time. Supported Charities. Webmaster - Fusion Productions. Copyright 2020 Chicago Live Events, Inc. Night & Day - Chicago. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Chicago - Night & Day Big Band 1995. in album Chicago - Night & Day Big Band 1995. Chicago - Chicago. Chicago - Caravan. Chicago - Blues In The Night. Night and Day: Big-Band is an album by American rock band Chicago that was released in 1995. Night & Day: Big Band. 12 tracks 51:21. So in my pig-headed way, I avoided listening to NIGHT & DAY for about 8 years. I'm proud to admit here how dumb I was. I picked up NIGHT & DAY a year or so ago, and kicked myself for not getting it sooner the same holds true for the Christmas album. Simply put, it's among the best, most consistent works Chicago has done. If you're a Chicago fan and haven't heard NIGHT & DAY yet, take the chance. No, it's not CTA, but this 1995 work creates and sustains a mood all its own. Read more