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Earth Wind And Fire Biography:

It was an internationally, well-known American band that blends different styles of music, popularly known as Earth Wind & Fire.

Earth Wind & Fire as one of the most excellent and successful American band was born by year 1969, in Chicago, Illinois. The Earth Wind & Fire was founded by Maurice White, who was able to create many hits like September, After the Love has Gone, Lets Groove and many more with the help of the band’s members. In the 1970s, Earth Wind & Fire shifted the sound of black pop. The band had sound covering Philip Bailey's sweet falsetto, Latin-funk rhythms with gospel harmonies, unerring horns, and various exotic mixes chosen by Maurice White.


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Between 1963 and 1967, he attended the Chicago Conservatory, and was a studio drummer at Chess Records, where he recorded with the Impressions, Muddy Waters, Billy Stewart Summertime, and Fontella Bass Rescue Me among others. From 1967 to 1969 he worked with the Ramsey Lewis Trio, Wade in the Water; he later wrote and produced Lewis’ 1975 hit, Sun Goddess. He took up kalimba, the African thumb piano while with the trio that became an Earth Wind & Fire trademark. Maurice White transferred to Los Angeles during the late 1969 and formed the first Earth, Wind & Fire, a name from his astrological chart that has no water signs. The band recorded for Capitol as the Salty Peppers. Warner signed the group for two moderately successful albums, but after 18 months, Maurice hired a new, younger band, retaining only his brother Verdine on bass. The band’s second Columbia LP, Head to the Sky, went to #27 pop and #2 R&B in 1973, starting a string of gold and, later, platinum albums. By 1975 That’s the Way of the World yielded the Grammy-winning “Shining Star” (#1 pop and R&B, 1975). The band moved up to the arena circuit with elaborate stage shows that included such mystical trappings as pyramids and disappearing acts. Although Maurice White’s longtime co-producer Charles Stepney died by year 1976, Earth Wind & Fire continued to sell. All ’n All became their fifth platinum album, and they won two Grammys in 1978. They were a highpoint of Robert Stigwood’s 1978 movie Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, and their version of the Beatles’ “Got to Get You Into My Life” went to #9 pop and #1 R&B.

Maurice White ended speculation as to why he quit the stage by revealing that he had been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, in the week leading up to Earth Wind & Fire induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame by year 2000. Maurice White still functions as a producer, vocalist, and songwriter for the Earth Wind & Fire, and played a major role in 1997’s In the Name of Love.

The Earth Wind & Fire has been a major disco, funk, R&B, and soul band that captured the hearts and emotions of its listeners worldwide and over the years. The Earth Wind & Fire’s music stayed on its listeners’ hearts as they passed it on from generation to generation. The legacy of the Earth Wind & Fire still continues to this fast-changing music world.


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