Gratitude (live album) by Earth, Wind & Fire
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The best album by Earth, Wind & Fire is That's The Way Of The World which is ranked number 4018 in the list of all-time albums with a total rank score of 349.
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A Massive double album when it was released in 1975, "Gratitude" was a landmark album by the predominately African American populated R & B group. Combining live cuts taken from a nationwide tour and interspersing in Studio Tracks of another five additional new songs, Earth, Wind and Fire brought their funk to new heights and widened their audience. Philip Bailey sounds terrific on the live version of "Reasons" reaching seemingly unattainable soprano falsetto, and elsewhere. The studio version of the title track, is driven by Maurice and Verdine White, demonstrating their kinetic kinship bond that was evident throughout their career. An early career highlight.
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