17 Songs, 1 Hour 10 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Earth, Wind & Fire redefined black pop music in the '70s, fusing R&B, rock, funk, soul, jazz, and disco into a fresh, exciting sound. This no-nonsense, 17-track collection gathers the very best of the band's 1974–81 heyday. From the soaring falsetto shiver of "September" and the ultra-tight harmonies of "Shining Star" to the dance-floor flash of "Boogie Wonderland" and the heartbroken balladry of Philip Bailey's quiet-storm showcase "After the Love Has Gone,” it's all here.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Earth, Wind & Fire redefined black pop music in the '70s, fusing R&B, rock, funk, soul, jazz, and disco into a fresh, exciting sound. This no-nonsense, 17-track collection gathers the very best of the band's 1974–81 heyday. From the soaring falsetto shiver of "September" and the ultra-tight harmonies of "Shining Star" to the dance-floor flash of "Boogie Wonderland" and the heartbroken balladry of Philip Bailey's quiet-storm showcase "After the Love Has Gone,” it's all here.

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