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Pieces of Peace cut most of their brilliant soul-funk for other people’s records

The only album this Chicago band made at sessions of their own didn’t come out till 35 years after they broke up.

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Since 2004 Plastic Crimewave (aka Steve Krakow) has used the Secret History of Chicago Music to shine a light on worthy artists with Chicago ties who've been forgotten, underrated, or never noticed in the first place.

  • "Pass It On, Pt. 1" from the 2007 Numero Group Compilation Eccentric Soul: Twinight's Lunar Rotation
  • "I Still Care" from the 2007 Cali-Tex release of the long-lost self-titled Pieces of Peace LP
  • "Pollution" from the Pieces of Peace LP

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