HD” upload_time=”2012-09-23T00:07:42.000Z” description=”‘Hard to Say I’m Sorry’ is a 1982 Billboard Hot 100 #1 hit ballad performed by American rock group Chicago, written by band member Peter Cetera and producer” duration=”PT3M42S”]”Hard to Say I’m Sorry” is a 1982 Billboard Hot 100 #1 hit ballad performed by American rock group Chicago, written by band member Peter Cetera and producer David Foster from the album Chicago 16, released in 1982. The song hit number one for two weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 chart on September 11 of that year. It was their first top fifty hit since “No Tell Lover” in 1978. The song, as well as the album on which it is featured, was a marked departure from Chicago’s traditional soft rock, horns-driven sound, taking on a more polished and modern feel. There were minimal horns on the track, instead featuring more layered synthesizers and heavier distorted electric guitars in a more updated 1980’s fashion. This was done to revitalize the band that was considered by some to be past its commercial prime at the time. The album version of “Hard to Say I’m Sorry” segued into a second song titled “Get Away,” which was closer to the older horn-driven Chicago sound.
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Grace is the only complete studio album by Jeff Buckley, released on August 1994. The two-disc Legacy Edition also featured a DVD including a documentary and videos for “Grace”, “Last Goodbye”, “So Real”, “Eternal Life” (the “road version”) and “Forget Her”. Disc One features the original album newly remastered for a new sonically rich, crisp sound not heard before. Disc Two features previously unreleased live recordings & material recorded during the Grace sessions, including the highly sought-after track “Forget Her.” Grace (Legacy Edition) also includes a bonus DVD featuring a newly expanded version of the original Grace documentary (included on the Live In Chicago DVD), now titled “The Making Of Grace.”
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A member of the Chicago Bulls’ Luvabulls cheerleading squad won’t be forgetting Thursday night’s game anytime soon — and not just because of Carlos Boozer and co.’s resounding defeat of the Heat.
In the middle of a third-quarter performance at center court, Luvabull Ariana Rosado was caught off guard when the music suddenly changed (at 0:57 in the video above) and her teammates launched into new choreography she hadn’t learned — when the team’s ever-popular mascot, Benny the Bull, plopped her down in a rolling chair as her fellow Luvabulls danced around her.
Before long two inflatable Bennies join the party — and out of one of them pops Shane Zackery, Rosado’s boyfriend. Judging by the song that was playing during this performance (Bruno Mars’ “Marry You”), we bet you can guess what happened next..
In today’s video, Jaelin and I are sharing a “Storytime” video of the crazy experience we had in the last week… Which has caused us to not have a place to live…. Thanks for watching xo Brianna Joy
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