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Earth, Wind & Fire was one of the most well-known, well-known, and well-known bands in the 70s. He is made up of a drummer, bandleader, songwriter, pianist, and occasional singer. Maurice White, EWFThe mixed vision of music used funk as its basis, as well as a combination of jazz, smooth spirit, good music, pop music, rock & roll, psychedelia, blues, folk, African music, and later disco. Leading singer Philip Bailey gave EWF an additional part with his talent for crooning sentimental ballads in addition to funk exercises; at the back, the band can connect like a smooth Motown band, acting as a starting point and JB, and change into a coat hanger. Their stage performances are often advanced and powerful as George Clinton‘s P-Funk kingdom. More than flexibility alone because of himself, EWF‘s eclecticism was part of a larger concept characterized by cosmic, mystical spirituality and elevated positivity which has not been evident since the early days of Sly & the Family Stone. Combining them all together was the fulfillment of the songs of Maurice White, whose complex, unpredictable design and solid understanding of hooks and manufactured structures EWF one of the strongest teams in the funk. Not everything they tried worked out, but in their success, Earth, Wind & Fire apparently he took all that was in front of them and wrapped it in one interesting, very interesting package.

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White was established Earth, Wind & Fire in Chicago in 1969. He previously performed at Chess Records, where he performed. Fontella Bass, Billy Stewart, and By James, among others. In 1967 he changed Save Holt in the well-known jazz category and the Ramsey Lewis Trio, where he was trained in the piano, an African piano that he will use extensively in future projects. In 1969, he left Lewis‘a team to form a songwriting partnership with a keyboardist Don Whitehead is a singer Wade Flemons. This quickly changed into a group called Salt Pepper, which signed with the Capitol and conquered the territory of “La La Time.” When the risk increases, White decided to move to Los Angeles, and took most of the group with him; he called them names Earth, Wind & Fire, after three items in his astrological charts. By the time White confirmed his brother, just a singer Verdine White, to join him on the West Coast in 1970, the list was Whitehead, Flemons, female singer Sherry Scott, guitarist Michael Beal, tenor saxophonist Chet Washington, trombonist Alex Thomas, and singer Yakkov Ben Israel. This signed a new contract with Warner Bros. The Importance of Love, but nothing attracted the attention of the commercials despite the fact that many people follow in colleges and high-profile sports that sing the song. Melvin Van Peebles‘an independent black film Sweet Sweetback’s Baadasssss Song.

Dissatisfied with the results, White removed the first type of EWF in 1972, I was left with only one brother Verdine. She created a new line with a female singer Jessica Cleaves, flute / sax player Ronnie Laws, guitarist Roland Bautista, keyboard specialist Larry Dunn, and singer Ralph Johnson; the most important addition, however, was the singer Philip Bailey, was taken from a Denver R&B group called Friends & Love. Seeing the group open John Sebastian in New York, Clive Davis signed to CBS, where he started in 1972 Last Days and Times. Another staff change took place; Rules and Bautista went to the end of the year, replaced by reedman Andrew Woolfolk and guitarists Al McKay and Johnny Graham. It was there EWF it started to hit quite hard. 1973 years Go to Heaven (Nerves‘last album and band) greatly expanded their religion, with the following 1974, Open Our Eyes, it was their first real hit. This marked their first collaboration with the producer, producer, and user of another era of songwriting Charles Stepney, who helped to improve the quality of their speech; explained another White brother, Fred, was introduced as a second drummer. The single “Mighty Mighty” became EWFThe first Top Ten hit the R&B charts, though pop pop dropped its Black Pride vocals, and the short song “Kalimba Story” came out. Maurice WhiteDrawn by the African voice to the airwaves. Open Our Eyes went gold, which made the team go very well.

In 1975, EWF finished work on another movie song, this time at a biz music show called That’s the Way of the World. Undaunted by the film’s commercials, the band released their own album with the same name (as opposed to Sweet Sweetback, composed all the songs themselves) in advance. The film shook, but the disc went off; a love song and inspiration “Shining Star,” which rose to the top of R&B and pop charts, making Earth, Wind & Fire big stars; later won a Grammy for Best R&B Vocal Performance with the Group. The album also hit number one on both pop and R&B charts, and went double platinum; its title went to the Top Five on the R&B side, and there it was Bailey‘s signature ballad in Album cut “Reasons.” White he used the new money to develop it EWFThe show recently became a visual, full of results, which eventually grew to include artwork created by the magician Doug Henning. The group was added with an ordinary horn section, Phoenix Horns, led by a saxophonist Don Myrick. His experience in the concert took place later that year on a double-LP set Appreciation, which became their second straight album and featured one of the studio’s newest songs. Among them, “Sing Song” reached the Top Ten and R&B Top Five, and the song “You Can’t Hide Love” and the title track also won.

Sadly, in the 1976 episodes a EWFnext studio disc, Spirit, Charles Stepney died suddenly of a heart attack. Maurice White did preparatory work, but Stepney-produced by “Getaway” managed to elevate the R&B charts afterwards. Spirit naturally performed well on the chart, reaching number two. In it, White was involved in the production of other things; plus working with his former boss Ramsey Lewis, assisted in initiating the activities of Feelings and Deniece Williams. 1977 years All is All it was another energetic effort to record number three and cause R&B to break the “Myth” with the “Serpentine Fire” chart; in the meantime, Feelings raised pop charts and White-helmed smash “Best of My Love.” The following year, White developed his own writings, ARC, and EWF appeared in the horror film Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, is turning a good cover of the Beatles‘”I Must Get You Into My Life” which became their first Top Ten song since “Sing a Song.” Released less than a year ago, The Best of Earth, Wind & Fire, Vol. 1 released another song for Top Ten (and R&B number one) in “September” which was just released.

1979’s I Am I contained EWFhe openly admits to disco, the wosmash alliance and Feelings called “Boogie Wonderland” which climbed into the Top Ten. Balladi “After the Love Is Gone” did very well, falling to one low spot. Although I Am I he sat down EWFThe sixth straight-line multi-platinum album, there were indications that the explosion of the band’s receptivity over the past few years began to decline. 1980s Face broke the string, followed by a guitar player McKay he left. When 1981’s Upload brought them the Top Five hit and R&B chart-topper in “Let’s Groove,” a decrease in consistency was evident. By the time EWF released the next album, 1983 Electricity, ARC had folded, and Phoenix Horns had been cut to save money. After weakness Electrical Electricity appeared at the end of the year, White he stopped the group just to rest. In it, Verdine White became a producer and director of movies, while Philip Bailey he started his own career and won a pop smash with Phil Collins duet “Easy Lover.” Collins it is also used frequently Phoenix Horns in his 80s writings, both private and Genesis.

Bailey reunion with White brothers, inclusive Andrew Woolfolk, Ralph Johnson, and a new guitar player Sheldon Reynolds, in 1987 for the album Hold the World. It was incredibly successful, making two R&Bs break into “Thinking of You” and number one “System of Survival.” Released in 1990, Inheritance it was compelling to try to match the noise of the group, with the appearance of the guests from Sly Stone and MC Hammer; his failure led to the termination of the group’s relationship with Columbia. He returned to Reprise with great clarity Millennium in 1993, but was demoted when the record failed to reclaim their commercial history despite being nominated for a “Sunday Morning” Grammy; disaster came that year when at one time the leader of the horn Don Myrick was killed in Los Angeles. Bailey and White The brothers returned in 1997 on a small Pyramid label and In the Name of Love.

After 2003 Promise, a mixture of innovation and a new form of classics, the team collaborated with a number of high-profile modern artists and was released in 2005. Light, which was associated with the jazz juggernaut Kenny G. The album was nominated by a Grammy in the category of Best R&B Album. Earth, Wind & Fire went on to tour and form the opening show at the American Idol’s Idol Gives Back show in 2007. Three years later, Maurice and Verdine White, Bailey, Dunn, and McKay was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame. The group was released Now, Then & Forever, their first record in five years, in 2013. Three years later, on February 3, 2016, Maurice White died of Parkinson’s disease at his home in Los Angeles; was 74 years old.

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Earth, Wind & Fire was one of the most well-known, well-known, and well-known bands in the 70s. He is made up of a drummer, bandleader, songwriter, pianist, and occasional singer. Maurice White, EWFThe mixed vision of music used funk as its basis, as well as a combination of jazz, smooth spirit, good music, pop music, rock & roll, psychedelia, blues, folk, African music, and later disco. Leading singer Philip Bailey gave EWF an additional part with his talent for crooning sentimental ballads in addition to funk exercises; at the back, the band can connect like a smooth Motown band, acting as a starting point and JB, and change into a coat hanger. Their stage performances are often advanced and powerful as George Clinton‘s P-Funk kingdom. More than flexibility alone because of himself, EWF‘s eclecticism was part of a larger concept characterized by cosmic, mystical spirituality and elevated positivity which has not been evident since the early days of Sly & the Family Stone. Combining them all together was the fulfillment of the songs of Maurice White, whose complex, unpredictable design and solid understanding of hooks and manufactured structures EWF one of the strongest teams in the funk. Not everything they tried worked out, but in their success, Earth, Wind & Fire apparently he took all that was in front of them and wrapped it in one interesting, very interesting package.

White was established Earth, Wind & Fire in Chicago in 1969. He previously performed at Chess Records, where he performed. Fontella Bass, Billy Stewart, and By James, among others. In 1967 he changed Save Holt in the well-known jazz category and the Ramsey Lewis Trio, where he was trained in the piano, an African piano that he will use extensively in future projects. In 1969, he left Lewis‘a team to form a songwriting partnership with a keyboardist Don Whitehead is a singer Wade Flemons. This quickly changed into a group called Salt Pepper, which signed with the Capitol and conquered the territory of “La La Time.” When the risk increases, White decided to move to Los Angeles, and took most of the group with him; he called them names Earth, Wind & Fire, after three items in his astrological charts. By the time White confirmed his brother, just a singer Verdine White, to join him on the West Coast in 1970, the list was Whitehead, Flemons, female singer Sherry Scott, guitarist Michael Beal, tenor saxophonist Chet Washington, trombonist Alex Thomas, and singer Yakkov Ben Israel. This signed a new contract with Warner Bros. The Importance of Love, but nothing attracted the attention of the commercials despite the fact that many people follow in colleges and high-profile sports that sing the song. Melvin Van Peebles‘an independent black film Sweet Sweetback’s Baadasssss Song.

Dissatisfied with the results, White removed the first type of EWF in 1972, I was left with only one brother Verdine. She created a new line with a female singer Jessica Cleaves, flute / sax player Ronnie Laws, guitarist Roland Bautista, keyboard specialist Larry Dunn, and singer Ralph Johnson; the most important addition, however, was the singer Philip Bailey, was taken from a Denver R&B group called Friends & Love. Seeing the group open John Sebastian in New York, Clive Davis signed to CBS, where he started in 1972 Last Days and Times. Another staff change took place; Rules and Bautista went to the end of the year, replaced by reedman Andrew Woolfolk and guitarists Al McKay and Johnny Graham. It was there EWF it started to hit quite hard. 1973 years Go to Heaven (Nerves‘last album and band) greatly expanded their religion, with the following 1974, Open Our Eyes, it was their first real hit. This marked their first collaboration with the producer, producer, and user of another era of songwriting Charles Stepney, who helped to improve the quality of their speech; explained another White brother, Fred, was introduced as a second drummer. The single “Mighty Mighty” became EWFThe first Top Ten hit the R&B charts, though pop pop dropped its Black Pride vocals, and the short song “Kalimba Story” came out. Maurice WhiteDrawn by the African voice to the airwaves. Open Our Eyes went gold, which made the team go very well.

In 1975, EWF finished work on another movie song, this time at a biz music show called That’s the Way of the World. Undaunted by the film’s commercials, the band released their own album with the same name (as opposed to Sweet Sweetback, composed all the songs themselves) in advance. The film shook, but the disc went off; a love song and inspiration “Shining Star,” which rose to the top of R&B and pop charts, making Earth, Wind & Fire big stars; later won a Grammy for Best R&B Vocal Performance with the Group. The album also hit number one on both pop and R&B charts, and went double platinum; its title went to the Top Five on the R&B side, and there it was Bailey‘s signature ballad in Album cut “Reasons.” White he used the new money to develop it EWFThe show recently became a visual, full of results, which eventually grew to include artwork created by the magician Doug Henning. The group was added with an ordinary horn section, Phoenix Horns, led by a saxophonist Don Myrick. His experience in the concert took place later that year on a double-LP set Appreciation, which became their second straight album and featured one of the studio’s newest songs. Among them, “Sing Song” reached the Top Ten and R&B Top Five, and the song “You Can’t Hide Love” and the title track also won.

Sadly, in the 1976 episodes a EWFnext studio disc, Spirit, Charles Stepney died suddenly of a heart attack. Maurice White did preparatory work, but Stepney-produced by “Getaway” managed to elevate the R&B charts afterwards. Spirit naturally performed well on the chart, reaching number two. In it, White was involved in the production of other things; plus working with his former boss Ramsey Lewis, assisted in initiating the activities of Feelings and Deniece Williams. 1977 years All is All it was another energetic effort to record number three and cause R&B to break the “Myth” with the “Serpentine Fire” chart; in the meantime, Feelings raised pop charts and White-helmed smash “Best of My Love.” The following year, White developed his own writings, ARC, and EWF appeared in the horror film Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, is turning a good cover of the Beatles‘”I Must Get You Into My Life” which became their first Top Ten song since “Sing a Song.” Released less than a year ago, The Best of Earth, Wind & Fire, Vol. 1 released another song for Top Ten (and R&B number one) in “September” which was just released.

1979’s I Am I contained EWFhe openly admits to disco, the wosmash alliance and Feelings called “Boogie Wonderland” which climbed into the Top Ten. Balladi “After the Love Is Gone” did very well, falling to one low spot. Although I Am I he sat down EWFThe sixth straight-line multi-platinum album, there were indications that the explosion of the band’s receptivity over the past few years began to decline. 1980s Face broke the string, followed by a guitar player McKay he left. When 1981’s Upload brought them the Top Five hit and R&B chart-topper in “Let’s Groove,” a decrease in consistency was evident. By the time EWF released the next album, 1983 Electricity, ARC had folded, and Phoenix Horns had been cut to save money. After weakness Electrical Electricity appeared at the end of the year, White he stopped the group just to rest. In it, Verdine White became a producer and director of movies, while Philip Bailey he started his own career and won a pop smash with Phil Collins duet “Easy Lover.” Collins it is also used frequently Phoenix Horns in his 80s writings, both private and Genesis.

Bailey reunion with White brothers, inclusive Andrew Woolfolk, Ralph Johnson, and a new guitar player Sheldon Reynolds, in 1987 for the album Hold the World. It was incredibly successful, making two R&Bs break into “Thinking of You” and number one “System of Survival.” Released in 1990, Inheritance it was compelling to try to match the noise of the group, with the appearance of the guests from Sly Stone and MC Hammer; his failure led to the termination of the group’s relationship with Columbia. He returned to Reprise with great clarity Millennium in 1993, but was demoted when the record failed to reclaim their commercial history despite being nominated for a “Sunday Morning” Grammy; disaster came that year when at one time the leader of the horn Don Myrick was killed in Los Angeles. Bailey and White The brothers returned in 1997 on a small Pyramid label and In the Name of Love.

After 2003 Promise, a mixture of innovation and a new form of classics, the team collaborated with a number of high-profile modern artists and was released in 2005. Light, which was associated with the jazz juggernaut Kenny G. The album was nominated by a Grammy in the category of Best R&B Album. Earth, Wind & Fire went on to tour and form the opening show at the American Idol’s Idol Gives Back show in 2007. Three years later, Maurice and Verdine White, Bailey, Dunn, and McKay was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame. The group was released Now, Then & Forever, their first record in five years, in 2013. Three years later, on February 3, 2016, Maurice White died of Parkinson’s disease at his home in Los Angeles; was 74 years old.

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