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Earth, Wind & Fire

Earth, Wind & Fire were one of the most musically accomplished, critically acclaimed, and commercially popular funk bands of the '70s. Conceived by drummer, bandleader, songwriter, kalimba player, and occasional vocalist Maurice White, EWF's all-encompassing musical vision used funk as its foundation, but also incorporated jazz, smooth soul, gospel, pop, rock & roll, psychedelia, blues, folk, African music, and, later on, disco. Lead singer Philip Bailey gave EWF an extra dimension with his talent for crooning sentimental ballads in addition to funk workouts; behind him, the band could harmonize like a smooth Motown group, work a simmering groove like the J.B.'s, or improvise like a jazz fusion outfit. Plus, their stage shows were often just as elaborate and dynamic as George Clinton's P-Funk empire. More than just versatility for its own sake, EWF's eclecticism was part of a broader concept informed by a cosmic, mystical spirituality and an uplifting positivity the likes of which hadn't been seen since the early days of Sly & the Family Stone. Tying it all together was the accomplished songwriting of Maurice White, whose intricate, unpredictable arrangements and firm grasp of hooks and structure made EWF one of the tightest bands in funk when they wanted to be. Not everything they tried worked, but at their best, Earth, Wind & Fire seemingly took all that came before them and wrapped it up into one dizzying, spectacular package.

White founded Earth, Wind & Fire in Chicago in 1969. He had previously honed his chops as a session drummer for Chess Records, where he played on songs by the likes of Fontella Bass, Billy Stewart, and Etta James, among others. In 1967, he'd replaced Redd Holt in the popular jazz group the Ramsey Lewis Trio, where he was introduced to the kalimba, an African thumb piano he would use extensively in future projects. In 1969, he left Lewis' group to form a songwriting partnership with keyboardist Don Whitehead and singer Wade Flemons. This quickly evolved into a band dubbed the Salty Peppers, which signed with Capitol and scored a regional hit with "La La Time." When a follow-up flopped, White decided to move to Los Angeles, and took most of the band with him; he also renamed them Earth, Wind & Fire, after the three elements in his astrological charts. By the time White convinced his brother, bassist Verdine White, to join him on the West Coast in 1970, the lineup consisted of Whitehead, Flemons, female singer Sherry Scott, guitarist Michael Beal, tenor saxophonist Chet Washington, trombonist Alex Thomas, and percussionist Yackov Ben Israel. This aggregate signed a new deal with Warner Bros. and issued its self-titled debut album in late 1970. Many critics found it intriguing and ambitious, much like its 1971 follow-up, The Need of Love, but neither attracted much commercial attention despite a growing following on college campuses and a high-profile gig performing the soundtrack to Melvin Van Peebles' groundbreaking black independent film Sweet Sweetback's Baadasssss Song.

Dissatisfied with the results, White dismantled the first version of EWF in 1972, retaining only brother Verdine. He built a new lineup with female vocalist Jessica Cleaves, flute/sax player Ronnie Laws, guitarist Roland Bautista, keyboardist Larry Dunn, and percussionist Ralph Johnson; the most important new addition, however, was singer Philip Bailey, recruited from a Denver R&B band called Friends & Love. After seeing the group open for John Sebastian in New York, Clive Davis signed them to CBS, where they debuted in 1972 with Last Days and Time. Further personnel changes ensued; Laws and Bautista were gone by year's end, replaced by reedman Andrew Woolfolk and guitarists Al McKay and Johnny Graham. It was then that EWF truly began to hit their stride. 1973's Head to the Sky (Cleaves' last album with the group) significantly broadened their cult following, and the 1974 follow-up, Open Our Eyes, was their first genuine hit. It marked their first collaboration with producer, arranger, and sometime-songwriting collaborator Charles Stepney, who helped streamline their sound for wider acceptance; it also featured another White brother, Fred, brought in as a second drummer. The single "Mighty Mighty" became EWF's first Top Ten hit on the R&B charts, although pop radio shied away from its black-pride subtext, and the minor hit "Kalimba Story" brought Maurice White's infatuation with African sounds to the airwaves. Open Our Eyes went gold, setting the stage for the band's blockbuster breakthrough.

In 1975, EWF completed work on another movie soundtrack, this time to a music-biz drama called That's the Way of the World. Not optimistic about the film's commercial prospects, the group rushed out their soundtrack album of the same name (unlike Sweet Sweetback, they composed all the music themselves) in advance. The film flopped, but the album took off; its lead single, the love-and-encouragement anthem "Shining Star," shot to the top of both the R&B and pop charts, making Earth, Wind & Fire mainstream stars; it later won a Grammy for Best R&B Vocal Performance by a Group. The album also hit number one on both the pop and R&B charts, and went double platinum; its title track went Top Five on the R&B side, and it also contained Bailey's signature ballad in the album cut "Reasons." White used the new income to develop EWF's live show into a lavish, effects-filled extravaganza, which eventually grew to include stunts designed by magician Doug Henning. The band was also augmented by a regular horn section, the Phoenix Horns, headed by saxophonist Don Myrick. Their emerging concert experience was chronicled later that year on the double-LP set Gratitude, which became their second straight number one album and featured one side of new studio tracks. Of those, "Sing a Song" reached the pop Top Ten and the R&B Top Five, and the ballad "Can't Hide Love" and the title track were also successful.

Sadly, during the 1976 sessions for EWF's next studio album, Spirit, Charles Stepney died suddenly of a heart attack. Maurice White took over the arranging chores, but the Stepney-produced "Getaway" managed to top the R&B charts posthumously. Spirit naturally performed well on the charts, topping out at number two. In the meantime, White was taking a hand in producing other acts; in addition to working with his old boss Ramsey Lewis, he helped kickstart the careers of the Emotions and Deniece Williams. 1977's All n' All was another strong effort that charted at number three and spawned the R&B smashes "Fantasy" and the chart-topping "Serpentine Fire"; meanwhile, the Emotions topped the pop charts with the White-helmed smash "Best of My Love." The following year, White founded his own label, ARC, and EWF appeared in the mostly disastrous film version of Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, turning in a fine cover of the Beatles' "Got to Get You Into My Life" that became their first Top Ten pop hit since "Sing a Song." Released before year's end, The Best of Earth, Wind & Fire, Vol. 1 produced another Top Ten hit (and R&B number one) in the newly recorded "September."

1979's I Am contained EWF's most explicit nod to disco, a smash collaboration with the Emotions called "Boogie Wonderland" that climbed into the Top Ten. The ballad "After the Love Has Gone" did even better, falling one spot short of the top. Although I Am became EWF's sixth straight multi-platinum album, there were signs that the group's explosion of creativity over the past few years was beginning to wane. 1980's Faces broke that string, after which guitarist McKay departed. While 1981's Raise brought them a Top Five hit and R&B chart-topper in "Let's Groove," an overall decline in consistency was becoming apparent. By the time EWF issued its next album, 1983's Powerlight, ARC had folded, and the Phoenix Horns had been cut loose to save money. After the lackluster Electric Universe appeared at the end of the year, White disbanded the group to simply take a break. In the meantime, Verdine White became a producer and video director, while Philip Bailey embarked on a solo career and scored a pop smash with the Phil Collins duet "Easy Lover." Collins also made frequent use of the Phoenix Horns on his '80s records, both solo and with Genesis.

Bailey reunited with the White brothers, plus Andrew Woolfolk, Ralph Johnson, and new guitarist Sheldon Reynolds, in 1987 for the album Touch the World. It was surprisingly successful, producing two R&B smashes in "Thinking of You" and the number one "System of Survival." Released in 1990, Heritage was a forced attempt to contemporize the group's sound, with guest appearances from Sly Stone and MC Hammer; its failure led to the end of the group's relationship with Columbia. They returned on Reprise with the more traditional-sounding Millennium in 1993, but were dropped when the record failed to recapture their commercial standing despite a Grammy nomination for "Sunday Morning"; tragedy struck that year when onetime horn leader Don Myrick was murdered in Los Angeles. Bailey and the White brothers returned once again in 1997 on the small Pyramid label with In the Name of Love.

After 2003's The Promise, a mix of new material and fresh looks at classics, the group realigned with several top-shelf adult contemporary artists and released 2005's Illumination, which featured a collaboration with smooth jazz juggernaut Kenny G. The album was Grammy-nominated in the category of Best R&B Album. Earth, Wind & Fire continued to tour and made a show-opening appearance on American Idol's Idol Gives Back show in 2007. Three years later, Maurice and Verdine White, Bailey, Dunn, and McKay were inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame. The band released Now, Then & Forever, their first album in five years, in 2013. Three years later, on February 3, 2016, Maurice White died from the effects of Parkinson's disease at his home in Los Angeles; he was 74 years old. ~ Steve Huey
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Selected Discography


Track List: Now, Then & Forever

1. Sign On

2. Love Is Law

3. My Promise

4. Guiding Lights

5. Got To Be Love

6. Belo Horizonte

7. Dance Floor

8. Splashes

9. Night Of My Life

10. The Rush


Track List: Illumination

1. Lovely People (feat. Will.I.Am)

2. Pure Gold

3. A Talking Voice (Interlude)

4. Love's Dance

5. Show Me The Way (feat. Raphael Saadiq)

6. This Is How I Feel (feat. Big Boi, Kelly Rowland & Sleepy Brown)

7. Work It Out

8. Pass You By

9. The One

10. Elevated (feat. Floetry)

11. Liberation

12. To You (feat. Brian McKnight)

13. The Way You Move (feat. Kenny G.)


Track List: The Promise

1. All In The Way

2. Betcha'

3. Wiggle

4. Why?

6. Where Do We Go From Here?

7. Freedom

8. Hold Me

10. Prelude

11. All About Love

12. Suppose You Like Me

13. The Promise

14. She Waits

15. Promise (Continued)

16. Let Me Love You

17. Dirty


Track List: Live In Rio

1. Dialog (Live 1980)

2. Rock That! (Live 1980)

3. In The Stone (Live 1980)

4. Serpentine Fire (Live 1980)

5. Fantasy (Live 1980)

6. Can't Let Go (Live 1980)

7. Get Away (Live 1980)

8. Brazilian Rhyme (Live 1980)

9. Magic Mind (Live 1980)

10. Runnin' (Live 1980)

11. After The Love Has Gone (Live 1980)

12. Rio After Dark (Live 1980)

13. Got To Get You Into My Life (Live 1980)

14. Boogie Wonderland (Live 1980)

15. September (Live 1980)


Track List: That's The Way Of The World: Alive In '75

1. Overture (Live 1975)

2. Shining Star (Live 1975)

3. Happy Feelin' (Live 1975)

4. Yearnin' Learnin' (Live 1975)

5. Sun Goddess (Live 1975)

6. Interlude (Live 1975)

7. Evil (Live 1975)

8. Kalimba Story (Live 1975)

9. Reasons (Live 1975)

10. Mighty Mighty (Live 1975)

11. That's The Way Of The World (Live 1975)


Track List: Best Of The Best

1. Shining Star

2. That's The Way Of The World

3. Sing A Song

4. Getaway

5. Fantasy

6. Got To Get You Into My Life

7. September

8. Boogie Wonderland

9. After The Love Has Gone

10. Star

11. Can't Let Go

12. And Love Goes On

13. Let's Groove

14. Fall In Love With Me

15. Magnetic

16. System Of Survival

17. Thinking Of You


Track List: Greatest Hits

1. Shining Star

2. That's The Way Of The World

3. September

4. Can't Hide Love

5. Got To Get You Into My Life

6. Sing A Song

7. Gratitude

8. Serpentine Fire

9. Fantasy

10. Kalimba Story

11. Mighty Mighty

12. Reasons

13. Saturday Night

14. Let's Groove

15. Boogie Wonderland

16. After The Love Has Gone

17. Get Away


Track List: Elements Of Love: The Ballads

1. Open Our Eyes

2. Keep Your Head To The Sky

3. Devotion

4. Love's Holiday

6. Be Ever Wonderful

7. All About Love

8. Can't Hide Love

9. I'll Write A Song For You

10. After The Love Has Gone

11. Imagination

12. Side By Side

13. Spirit

14. Reasons


Track List: Millennium

1. Even If You Wonder

2. Sunday Morning

3. Blood Brothers

4. Kalimba Interlude

5. Spend The Night

6. Divine

7. Two Hearts

8. Honor The Magic

9. Love Is The Greatest Story

10. The "L" Word

11. Just Another Lonely Night

12. Super Hero

13. Wouldn't Change A Thing About You

14. Love Across The Wire

15. Chicago (Chi-Town) Blues

16. Kalimba Blues


Track List: The Eternal Dance

Disc 1

1. Fan The Fire

2. Love Is Life

3. I Think About Lovin' You

4. Interlude

5. Time Is On Your Side

6. Where Have All The Flowers Gone

7. Power

8. Keep Your Head To The Sky

9. Evil

10. Mighty Mighty

11. Feelin' Blue

12. Hey Girl (Interlude)

13. Open Our Eyes

14. Shining Star (Alternate Mix)

15. Happy Feeling

16. Reasons

17. Shining Star

18. That's The Way Of The World

Disc 2

1. Kalimba Story / Sing A Message To You (Live In Long Island 1975)

2. Head To The Sky / Devotion (Live In Atlanta 1975)

3. Sun Goddess (Live In Baltimore 1975)

4. Mighty Mighty (Live In Atlanta 1975)

5. Interlude

6. Can't Hide Love

7. Sing A Song

8. Sunshine

9. Getaway

10. Saturday Nite

11. Spirit

12. Ponta De Areia (Brazilian Rhyme, Interlude)

13. Fantasy

14. Serpentine Fire

15. I'll Write A Song For You

16. Be Ever Wonderful

17. Beijo (Interlude)

18. Got To Get You Into My Life

Disc 3

1. September

2. Boogie Wonderland

3. After The Love Has Gone

4. In The Stone

5. Dirty (Interlude)

6. Let Me Talk

7. And Love Goes On

8. Pride

9. Demo

10. Let's Groove

11. Wanna Be With You

12. Little Girl (Interlude)

13. Night Dreamin'

14. Fall In Love With Me

15. Magnetic

16. System Of Survival

17. Thinking Of You

18. Gotta Find Out

19. That's The Way Of The World (Live 1982)


Track List: Powerlight

1. Fall In Love With Me

2. Spread Your Love

3. Side By Side

4. Straight From The Heart

5. The Speed of Love

6. Freedom of Choice

7. Something Special

8. Hearts to Heart

9. Miracles


Track List: Raise!

1. Let's Groove

2. Lady Sun

3. My Love

4. Evolution Orange

5. Kalimba Tree

6. You Are A Winner

7. I've Had Enough

8. Wanna Be With You

9. The Changing Times


Track List: Faces

1. Let Me Talk

2. Turn It Into Something Good

3. Pride

4. You

5. Sparkle

6. Back On The Road

7. Song In My Heart

8. You Went Away

9. And Love Goes On

10. Sailaway

11. Take It To The Sky

12. Win Or Lose

13. Share Your Love

14. In Time

15. Faces


Track List: I Am

1. In The Stone

2. Can't Let Go

3. After The Love Has Gone

4. Let Your Feelings Show

5. Boogie Wonderland

6. Star

7. Wait

8. Rock That!

9. You And I


Track List: The Best Of Earth Wind & Fire Volume I

1. Got To Get You Into My Life

2. Fantasy

3. Can't Hide Love

4. Love Music

5. Get Away

6. That's The Way Of The World

7. September

8. Shining Star

9. Reasons

10. Sing A Song

11. Megamix 2000


Track List: All 'N All (Digitally Remastered Version)

1. Serpentine Fire

2. Fantasy

3. In The Marketplace (Interlude)

4. Jupiter

5. Love's Holiday

6. Brazilian Rhyme (Interlude)

7. I'll Write A Song For You

8. Magic Mind

9. Runnin'

10. Brazilian Rhyme (Interlude)

11. Be Ever Wonderful


Track List: Spirit

1. Getaway

2. On Your Face

3. Imagination

4. Spirit

5. Saturday Nite

6. Earth, Wind & Fire

7. Departure

8. Biyo

9. Burnin' Bush


Track List: That's The Way Of The World

1. Shining Star

2. That's The Way of the World

3. Happy Feelin'

4. All About Love

5. Yearnin' Learnin'

6. Reasons

7. Africano

8. See The Light

12. Caribou Chaser


Track List: Open Our Eyes

1. Mighty Mighty

2. Devotion

3. Fair But So Uncool

4. Feelin' Blue

5. Kalimba Story

6. Drum Song

7. Tee Nine Chee Bit

9. Caribou

10. Open Our Eyes


Track List: Head To The Sky

1. Evil

2. Keep Your Head To The Sky

3. Build Your Nest

4. The World's A Masquerade

5. Clover

6. Zanzibar


Track List: The Need Of Love

1. Energy

2. Beauty

3. I Can Feel It In My Bones

4. I Think About Lovin' You

5. Everything Is Everything


Track List: All 'N All

3. In The Marketplace (Interlude)

4. Jupiter

5. Love's Holiday

7. I'll Write A Song For You

8. Magic Mind

9. Runnin'

11. Be Ever Wonderful


Track List: Guiding Lights (Single)

1. Guiding Lights


Track List: Last Days And Times

1. Time Is On Your Side

2. Interlude

3. They Don't See

4. Interlude

5. Make It With You

6. Power

7. Remember The Children

8. Interlude

9. Where Have All The Flowers Gone

10. I'd Rather Have You

11. Mom


Track List: My Promise (Single)


Track List: The Essential Earth, Wind & Fire

Disc 1

2. Devotion

18. Drum Song

Disc 2

6. Let Me Talk

7. And Love Goes On

8. You

11. Magnetic

13. System Of Survival

17. My Promise


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Can you hand dance? Hand dance not bump and grind
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Can't stop listening to Earth, Wind, and Fire...
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They were so so good made my dark days bright. Love all their songs
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Bad to the bone funky old school love it!!!!!
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Yes, it's October and I'm listening to Earth, Wind & Fire- September. Wow.
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Am I the only one who enjoys reading the last paragraphs in these biographies of older bands to see who died?
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I wish I was around at this time the song with Made
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Yes they really are an old time best funk band around. They aren't like any other group. So many great black bands from back then. Blacks know how to sing and play music. Such talent, and aren't always being acknowledged like they should be. Complete old school. I always wondered what all the Egyptian art is about when looking at all my mom's collection of earth wind and fire records back in the day. They were deep into the Illuminati, and that's what all those images are about. From the pyramid
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Earth wind fire would you mind/ love hoilday
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can't hide love one of my favorites by EWF
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Keep Your Head Up To The this song so uplifting! Love EWF
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Earth, Wind and Fire. Reasons. Thanks
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Earth wind & fire is one of the best groups to ever capture my heart . Reasons one of my all-time favorites.. #Realtalk
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I cant stand still anytime I hear any Earth, Wind and Fire song. The funny part is I'm only 28.
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Boogie friggin woogie! Man u cant stay still with a awsum sawng like this so fun
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Don't read this. You will be kissed on the nearest possible Friday by the love of your life. Tomorrow will be the best day of ur life. Don't stop this is freaky! But if u read and ignore this you will have bad luck. Put this in 15 different songs in 143 minutes. When you are done press the space bar. Your crushes name will appear on the screen it is so creepy but it works
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My all-time favorite.
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Takes me back in the day
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Would You Mind/Love's Holiday my~absolute~ f a v o r i t e song by this legendary group!!
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The greatest band ever nothing else to say
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Earth�� Wind�� & Fire�� give it to all so US. THANKS.
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Best band by far back in the day
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All I can say is YESSSSSS.... . . . . . .
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I remember sing this song in a group in the late 70 in school what a song
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I only listen to 70s and 80s music! The new pop is ok but this music is amazing!! ~
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One. September
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I 29 and im so greatful to my mother for playing the oldies. My six years sings along to the oldies with me. These songs make sense hit u right n ur soul.
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I love all old school music. It takes you back to when we (older people), were raised, and people respected each other
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THE LEGENDARY EWF! I absolutely love Earth, Wind & Fire.... I would repeat play ALL of their albums back in the day! Loving this!!!

Too many REASONS to say!
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The old songs told the truth. The singers knew how to get in your head and hart's
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Love is and my heart tonight.����
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Music that will never get old!!
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This is truly the old school smooth jams you can kick back and chill out too and reminisce of how life was so simple not so stressed. You can truly see how music has evolved
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I still cry when I hear REASON.75 Was a great year.
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This my kind of music grew up listening while my dad was out. Love EWF
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Gotta love EWF, fantastic music. Listen to them all the time !!
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This music takes me back to my yeens..
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♡♡♡ love you ♡♡
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We all need Earth, Wind and Fire.
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One of the badest bands ever! So versatile so funky so much soul that they can't control. Will always love them! Maurice knew what he was doing.
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Guy's on YouTube if you type in use the force Luke you can control everything with the mouse button to start moving them!!! it's true for real!
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One of the greatest bands that I was lucky to see in concert!!! LOVE LOVE LOVE THEM������
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One of he best live performers ever!!!!
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