Earth, Wind & Fire is the self-titled debut studio album by the band Earth, Wind & Fire, released in February 1971 by Warner Bros. The album got to No. 24 on the Billboard Top Soul Albums chart. Off the album the track Love Is Life rose to No. 43 on the Billboard Hot Soul Songs chart.
Performances of tunes such as the hit remake of the Beatles’ ‘Got To Get You Into My Life’ and key album cuts like ‘In The Stone’ and ‘Can’t Let Go’ (from ‘I Am’) and the natural crowd-pleaser ‘Brazilian Rhyme’ from the multi-platinum best selling album ‘All N All’ were recorded live for the first time at this unforgettable event. The official site of the mighty elements of the universe Earth, Wind & Fire.
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A very special thank you to LA County supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas for proclaiming Earth, Wind & Fire Day in LA County yesterday at Jazz At Drew where we performed for a beautiful audience.
Earth, Wind & Fire - In the Stone (04:25, 320Kb/s). Earth, Wind & Fire - Got to Get You Into My Life (04:03, 320Kb/s). Earth, Wind & Fire - Reasons (04:59, 320Kb/s). Listen online and stay in a good mood. Org Album: The Essential Earth, Wind & Fire (2014).
Earth, Wind & Fire's supremely confident debut still blows our minds today. Bandleader Maurice White melds a bold, James Brown-style horn section with dreamy harmonies, tight arrangements and positive lyrics with a hint of the spacey astrological vibe that inspired the band's name. Uplifting tracks like "Help Somebody" and the cuddly ballad "Love Is Life" are the perfect intersection of funk and psychedelic soul. The lush vocal blend of Sherry Scott, Wade Flemons, Don Whitehead and White comes alive-and hints at the group's later hits
This was written specifically for Earth, Wind & Fire's greatest hits album The Best of Earth, Wind & Fire, Vol. 1. Along with their cover of "Got To Get You Into My Life," it was one of two new songs included on the set, which became their best-selling album and helped the band cross over to a broader audience. The stock market goes up on September 21st. Every kid I know now that is in their 20s, they always thank me because they were born on September 21st. This was featured on the NBC spy comedy Chuck in the 2010 episode "Chuck Versus the Living Dead. Taylor Swift released an airy, uitar version of this song on April 13, 2018 that provoked ire on social media.