This song was written by bassist Peter Cetera, who also sang lead on the track, and producer David Foster, for the group Chicago. It was released on May 16, 1982, as the lead single from the album Chicago 16. On September 11 it reached No. 1 for two weeks on the Billboard Hot 100. It was the group's second No. 1 single.
The song was a marked departure from Chicago's traditional soft rock, horn-driven sound, taking on a polished and modern feel. With minimal horns, the track instead featured more layered synthesizers and heavier distorted guitar in a contemporary 1980s styling.
This is a one-off single rhythm complete with intro's/endings/fills & variations written in the style of the song for G70, E09, E50, E60, E80, EXR5, EXR7, BK3, BK5, BK5OR, BK7M, BK9 and Atelier 800 & 900C instruments. (Please note this is not a song file - often referred to as a midi file - that refers to and plays only one song. Subject to the chords you play on your instrument this style can be used for many numbers of which Hard To Say I'm Sorry is just one.
|Compatible Instruments||Roland G70, E09, E50, E60, E80, EXR5, EXR7, E-A7, BK3, BK5, BK5OR, BK7M, BK9 and Atelier 800 & 900C|