One Clear Voice

One Clear Voice
Studio album by Peter Cetera
Released 1995
Recorded Unknown
Genre Rock
Length 43:48
Label River North Records
Producer Peter Cetera, Andy Hill
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Peter Cetera chronology
World Falling Down
One Clear Voice
You're the Inspiration: A Collection

One Clear Voice (1995) is the 5th solo album for music artist Peter Cetera and his 4th album since leaving the group Chicago. This album is his 1st album to include more than 1 duet: the songs "(I Wanna Take) Forever Tonight" (with Crystal Bernard) and "S.O.S." (with Ronna Reeves), in addition to being the first solo album in which he does a remake of a song he cut with Chicago, "Happy Man". In 2005, the Compendia label re-issued the whole package under a new design, title and sequencing, entitled Faithfully.


  1. "The End of Camelot" (Peter Cetera, Andy Hill)– 4:19
  2. "Faithfully" (Chuck Jones, Pam Rose) – 3:21
  3. "(I Wanna Take) Forever Tonight" (with Crystal Bernard) (Eric Carmen, Andy Goldmark) – 4:36
  4. "Apple of Your Daddy's Eye" (Cetera, Jack Conrad) – 4:05
  5. "One Clear Voice" (Marc Beeson, Gerald Martin) – 3:47
  6. "Wanna Be There" (Cetera, Hill) – 3:28
  7. "The Lucky Ones" (Cetera, Bruce Gaitsch, James Newton Howard) – 3:27
  8. "Still Getting Over You" (Cetera, Hill) – 4:15
  9. "S.O.S." (with Ronna Reeves) (Benny Andersson, Björn Ulvaeus, Stig Anderson) – 4:13
  10. "And I Think of You" (Cetera, Hill) – 3:36
  11. "Happy Man" (Cetera) – 4:36

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