CHICAGO - AUTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: CHICAGO (WALT PARAZAIDER), CHICAGO (DANNY (DANIEL) SERAPHINE), CHICAGO (JASON SCHEFF), CHICAGO (DAWAYNE BAILEY) - HFSID 298950
Sale Price $234.00
CHICAGO; WALT PARAZAIDER, DANIEL SERAPHINE, JASON SCHEFF, DAWAYNE
The four members of the band's lineup between 1986 and 1995 sign their names on this autograph book cover in blue felt
Signatures: "Walt/Parazaider", "Daniel Seraphine", "Jason/Scheff", "Dawayne Bailey" in blue felt. 5½x3¾ album cover. WALTER PARAZAIDER (b. 1945) is best known for being a founding member and saxophone player for the rock band Chicago. He also plays the flute and other woodwind instruments in the band, including clarinet. Inspired by the Beatles hit "Got To Get You Into My Life", Parazaider became enamored with the idea of creating a rock 'n' roll band with horns. Early practice sessions at Parazaider's house included guitarist Terry Kath and drummer Danny Seraphine, who were both friends during his teenage years. The band, originally called The Big Thing, eventually became Chicago with the addition of Lee Loughnane on trumpet, James Pankow on trombone, Robert Lamm on keyboards and Peter Cetera on bass. His main role in the band has been performing woodwinds. Parazaider performs the highly recognizable flute solo in the Chicago hit "Colour My World", which became a popular 'slow-dance' song at high school proms during the 1970s. DANIEL SERAPHINE (b. 1948) is an American drummer, record producer, theatrical producer and film producer. He is best known for being the original drummer and founding member of the rock group Chicago, a tenure which lasted from February 1967 to May 1990. Seraphine co-wrote several songs for the band: "Lowdown" (a Top 40 hit for the band), "Little One," "Take Me Back to Chicago," "Show Me the Way," "Birthday Boy" and "Street Player." In early 2006, Danny Seraphine debuted a new band, California Transit Authority (CTA), featuring himself on drums. He has been ranked by Rolling Stone Magazine as one of the top 100 drummers of all time. In 2010, Seraphine received a Lifetime Achievement Award at the Cape Breton Drum Festival. JASON SCHEFF (b. 1962) is an American bassist, singer, and songwriter. Since 1985, he has been the bassist and singer for the veteran pop-rock band Chicago. Scheff has composed several original songs for the band, including their 1989 Top 10 single "What Kind Of Man Would I Be?." He also co-wrote the song "Heart of Mine" with Bobby Caldwell and Dennis Matkosky, and the song became a big hit for Boz Scaggs in 1988. Scheff has recorded as a solo artist, releasing a CD entitled Chauncy in 1996, as well as several duets released only in Japan. DAWAYNE BAILEY (b. 1954) is an American guitarist who has toured and recorded with Bob Seger & the Silver Bullet Band, Véronique Sanson, and Chicago. Bailey toured and recorded with Chicago from July 1986 to January 1995, and was a contributor to their previously unreleased album, which was intended in 1994 to be titled Stone of Sisyphus. In October 2006, Bailey released the studio album, Joyland, on his Goblin Girl label. He performed nearly all of the instrumentation and vocals, as well as assuming the majority of production duties. He also released Sketch, a compilation of demos, unreleased material, and other miscellaneous tracks. Toned. Left edge frayed from tearing out of book. Some wear around edges. Otherwise, fine condition.
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