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Maurice White performing with Earth, Wind & Fire in New York in the late '70s.
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February 5, 2016 His clever idea in forming Earth, Wind & Fire was to power forward with an ethical black music that could force us to keep our heads up to the sky when it matters most.
Earth, Wind & Fire onstage in 1979.
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September 19, 2014 It begins, "Do you remember?" — and we supply the memories. Dan Charnas tells the origin story of the Earth, Wind & Fire hit that still unites generations on the dance floor.
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October 4, 2005 Members of the classic funk-soul band Earth, Wind & Fire tell Ed Gordon about the group's latest CD, Illumination.
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May 7, 2002 Tavis Smiley interviews singer Phillip Bailey about his new CD Soul on Jazz as well as his career and his amazing falsetto.
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