Earth Wind & Fire

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notable facts

Sold over 90 million records
Sold out Madison Square Garden
Grammy Hall of Fame
MSG Gold Ticket Award
Performed for President Obama at The White House
Songwriters hall of Fame
Lifetime Achievement awards from the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers
NAACP Hall of Fame
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

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the songs

Boogie Wonderland
September
Let's Groove
After the Love Has Gone
Shining Star
Sing A Song
Fantasy
Got to Get You Into My Life
Reasons
That's the Way of the World
In the Stone
Serpentine Fire
Mighty Mighty
Keep Your Head to the Sky
Saturday Night
Can't Hide Love


about earth wind & fire

Earth, Wind & Fire were one of the most musically accomplished, critically acclaimed, and commercially popular funk bands of the '70s. Conceived by drummer, bandleader, songwriter, kalimba player, and occasional vocalist Maurice White, Earth Wind & Fire's all-encompassing musical vision used funk as its foundation, but also incorporated jazz, smooth soul, gospel, pop, rock & roll, psychedelia, blues, folk, African music, and, later on, disco. Lead singer Philip Bailey gave Earth Wind & Fire an extra dimension with his talent for crooning sentimental ballads in addition to funk workouts; behind him, the band could harmonize like a smooth Motown group, work a simmering groove like the J.B.'s, or improvise like a jazz fusion outfit. Plus, their stage shows were often just as elaborate and dynamic as George Clinton's P-Funk empire. More than just versatility for its own sake, Earth Wind & Fire's eclecticism was part of a broader concept informed by a cosmic, mystical spirituality and an uplifting positivity the likes of which hadn't been seen since the early days of Sly & the Family Stone. Tying it all together was the accomplished songwriting of Maurice White, whose intricate, unpredictable arrangements and firm grasp of hooks and structure made Earth Wind & Fire one of the tightest bands in funk when they wanted to be. Not everything they tried worked, but at their best, Earth, Wind & Fire seemingly took all that came before them and wrapped it up into one dizzying, spectacular package.


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