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“While we live in an era of groups reuniting to seek those last vestiges of that iridescent supremacy, very few have been able to maintain that quality of a shining star as enduring as Earth, Wind & Fire. The group has, in its span of 45 years, broken down racial barriers for African-American performers in the pop music genre, with a melding of R&B, soul, jazz, pop, rock, funk, disco, Latin, African and gospel that provided a rump-shaking, hip-thrusting, finger-snapping, worldly groove.”

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  • Ralph Mason | Apr 9, 2015 at 12:28 am

    I remember earth,wind&fire from the beginning and I wondered where did Maurice find such a gifted singer as Philip Bailey. His gift as well as his talents among many other traits have caused
    his longevity over the years. He is a singer that will not be duplicated nor replaced in this lifetime.

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