STONE Of SISYPHUS, the once shelved album by Chicago which has legendary status among fans and critics alike will now be released on June 17th, 2008.
It was originally recorded in 1993 and intended as Chicago XXII, a return to the sound that defined the group' s 1970s-era popularity.
Three tracks from the CD were already released on Rhino's 2003 Chicago box, but the album itself is previously unreleased until now, this momentous release also features four incredibly rare bonus tracks.
Recorded in 1993 and previously unreleased. The album includes the original eleven tracks plus four bonus rarities.
Highlights include the title track, "All The Years", and "Mah-Jong". "Bigger Than Elvis", features contributions from musicians who worked with Elvis Presley including Jerry Scheff on bass (father of Chicago bassist Jason Scheff) and The Jordanaires (the gospel group that often accompanied Presley) on backing vocals.
Posted: 24th. May 2008