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Random information on the term “Lowdown”:
“Lowdown” is a song written by Peter Cetera and Danny Seraphine for the rock band Chicago and recorded for their third album Chicago III (1971). It was the second single released from this album, and peaked at No. 35 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100. Cetera provided lead vocals while guitarist Terry Kath used a fuzzbox and wah-wah pedal for his guitar solo and Robert Lamm made prominent use of the Hammond organ.
This was Cetera’s second song-writing effort for the group, after “Where Do We Go From Here” on Chicago II, as well as Seraphine’s first cowriting credit.:123 According to group biographer, William James Ruhlmann, Cetera wrote the song with Seraphine despite having been “told” that “Where Do We Go From Here” would probably be his last contribution because “‘the group was very happy with the writers they had, thank you, and we didn’t need any more contributions.'” According to Cetera’s account, Terry Kath was not pleased with his guitar contributions to the song, and told Cetera, ” ‘Don’t you ever tell anybody I ever played guitar on this record’”. Cetera argues that Kath’s lack of enthusiasm took the heart out of the song.
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Robert Todd Carroll (May 18, 1945 – August 25, 2016) was an American writer and academic. Carroll was best known for his contributions in the field of skepticism; he achieved notability by publishing The Skeptic’s Dictionary online in 1994. He was elected a fellow of the Committee for Skeptical Inquiry in 2010. He described himself as a naturalist, an atheist, a materialist, a metaphysical libertarian, and a positivist.
His published books include Becoming a Critical Thinker; The Skeptic’s Dictionary; The Skeptic’s Dictionary for Kids; The Critical Thinker’s Dictionary; Unnatural Acts: Critical Thinking, Skepticism, and Science Exposed!; The Commonsense Philosophy of Religion of Edward Stillingfleet; Student Success Guide: Writing Skills and Student Success Guide: Reading Skills.
He was a professor of philosophy at Sacramento City College from 1977 until his retirement in 2007.