Light of the World were a British jazz-funk band. Originally a forerunner of the late 1970s/early 1980s British jazz-funk movement, the band's name is taken from the 1974 Kool and the Gang album, Light of Worlds. The band was formed by Breeze McKrieth, Kenny Wellington, Paul Williams, and David Baptiste in 1974. They were then joined by percussionist Chris Etienne (Died 1978), Peter Hinds on keyboard and drummer Everton McCalla.
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Thus, this album has a more stripped-down feel than much of the band's other work. The songs are generally slow and lengthy - three of them cross the ten-minute mark - but they flow smoothly as they move from one section or riff to the next, seldom hitting any lulls. Highlights include the soaring title track as well as the opener, "She Is the Dark," which does an especially good job of weaving together heavier death metal riffing with slower, more atmospheric sections
Light of the World (Performance Track). 4. Light of the World (Instrumental). Released: 27 Aug 2013.
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