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Learn to imitate the sound of the wind: www. So I'm the first person to hop on it when I hear about the impending release of a new EWF collection -- even after the passage of four decades! But I have to admit I didn't have particularly high hopes for the new project, given Maurice White's waning involvement in EWF and other changes in the musical scene that have rendered the super group less relevant over the years.
Wow, was I wrong! I have to disagree. It contained about five tracks too many and its foregrounding of guest artists diluted the EWF sound. Sometimes less really is more! They flow nicely into one another in terms of tempo, arrangement, and musical genre, setting an overall mood that represents a refreshing return to form for the Elements. While Philip Bailey had a hand in writing most of the tracks, a talented group of names long associated with the super group e.
I've listened to two of the collection's standout tracks, "Love is Law" and "Got to Be Love," alongside some EWF classics and the new tracks still sound good.
Not an easy accomplishment! Both of these new tracks are simply irresistible. They both prominently feature Verdine White's thumping bass lines, Philip Bailey's seasoned falsetto, and the feel-good lyrics we have come to expect from EWF. Like the great EWF collections of years past, I also find the other tracks -- e. I read in one review that to prepare themselves for creating this new collection, the remaining members of the group went back to their roots by closely studying the entire EWF discography.
It shows. I'm grateful that in a popular music era dominated by digital media, marketing, and packaging, timeless musicians are still able to find the space to produce music with substance.
I've listened to EWF since early '70's as a tween, and this album did not disappoint me. Right out the gate with Sign on with its funky beat, to Love is Law of course Philip's vocals are just as strong and smooth as ever, of course sliding into Guiding Lights, which teased us for over a year and gave us a taste of good things to come.
Then God to be Love followed more than once I thought several tunes made me think of a familiar voice the one and only Maurice White which made me smile, because his vocals are so distinct and very noticeable. Also while listening to the instrumental took me back to a place that only Larry Dunn could fill only discovering when I checked out the songs I saw his name, this too made me smile because he brought so much to the group and always hoped they could reconcile and do other projects.
When first hearing about the album coming out, as a EWF fan knew that it would find it's way with the rest of albums, cd's, posters etc already knowing it would fit like an old comfortable shoe. SO for EWF fans they will not be disappointed and I will play this for my Grandkids, who even when they are around years old knew Can't hide love, September, and Shining Star so the legacy continues, my kids are already on board and know that they are one of the greatest band is Ever.
Fan 4 life. Their best early albums not "greatest hits" are impossible to find; and this was a big letdown. If you love Earth, Wind and Fire, you're like everyone else in missing their fantastic sound.
It's back on this album in spades. There is a sensual element to their use of orchestral and brass - as well as soul - qualities that really makes them irreplaceable. Town Square Media. Sundazed Records. Tambourine Man Turn! The Byrds There Is a Season. See also: Discography. Gram Parsons. GP Grievous Angel. Live Gram Parsons Archives Vol. Hidden categories: CS1 maint: multiple names: authors list All articles with dead external links Articles with dead external links from June Articles with permanently dead external links Articles with dead external links from August Articles with short description Short description is different from Wikidata Articles with hAudio microformats Album articles lacking alt text for covers Good articles.
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