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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Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
832 Ratings
832 Ratings
kmcintire81 ,

Download Problem

I purchased the album and half of it was not able to download.

yeah bbbbooooooiiiii ,

after the love has gone

okay this is the best song on the album. it’s best played loud, and listen to the whole thing because it’s so underrated. is just so well composed. i am not a HUGE fan of all of the rest of the album but i think that they’re great musicians and worth listening to

Nintendo Hawk ,

CLASSIC

This is a classic.

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