Earth, Wind & Fire - September (1 minute preview From "Live at Montreux 1997")

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For more info - http://www.eagle-rock.com/artist/875FCF/Earth%2C+Wind+%26+Fire Earth, Wind & Fire were formed at the end of the sixties but really hit their stride in the mid-seventies when founder Maurice White was joined by his brother Verdine on bass and lead vocalist Philip Bailey. The new line up went on to score a string of hit singles and albums in the US, the UK and many other countries around the world over the next decade and to pick up six Grammy Awards in the process. As part of the European tour to support the release of their In The Name Of Love album, the band played at Montreux and went down so well they were immediately booked to return the following year. This show features the whole of the July 1997 concert, which features a couple of tracks from their In The Name Of Love album surrounded by their classic hits. Tracklisting: 1) Rock That 2) Jupiter 3) Saturday Nite 4) Revolution 5) Gratitude 6) September 7) Lets Groove 8) Rock It 9) Sun Goddess 10) Cant Hide Love 11) Thats The Way Of The World 12) Drum Solo 13) Reasons 14) Mos Solo 15) Boogie Wonderland 16) After The Love Has Gone 17) Sing A Song 18) Shining Star 19) Devotion Bonus features: Seven tracks from their return performance in 1998: 1) Kalimba Funk Intro 2) Pride / Mighty Mighty 3) In The Stone 4) Percussion Solo (Daahoud) 5) Ill Write A Song 6) Loves Holiday 7) Getaway (These bonus tracks were filmed in standard def). Line-up: Philip Bailey (lead vocals, percussion); Sheldon Reynolds (lead vocals, guitar); Verdine White (bass); Ralph Johnson (vocals, percussion); Sonny Emory (drums); Morris Pleasure (keyboards); Mike McKnight (keyboards); David Romero (percussion); B. David Whithworth (vocals, percussion); Gary Bias (saxophone); Ray Brown (trumpet); Reggie Young (trombone); Dee Dee Weathers (dancer); Kayusha Simpson (dancer) 

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