Sheffs And Jordanaires On Chicago Album

The "Stone Of Sisyphus" is 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. The album contains the track "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.
Source: Elvis Unlimited / Updated: May 23, 2008 
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Greg Nolan (profilecontact) wrote on May 26, 2008report abuse
I enjoyed early Chicago hits as a child but "bigger than Elvis" ? "Laughing Out Loud." I'll have to wait to hear on the song (and lyrics). It probably sat on the shelf for fifteen years for good reason. With the Jords and Scheff on board, I assume it was a respectful track, done "in jest." The later-period "Peter Cetera" era of Chicago is virtually unlistenable to these ears.

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