The album 'I AM' is pure magic. If you ever feel nostalgic about the disco era this is about as close as you can get to the atmosphere of those heady happy days. The best dance music of this era is often somewhere in between disco, funk and soul. Philip Bailey had the falsetto voice, Maurice White the tenor. "In the Stone" is a magnificent opener with a heavy brass section. The voices, the syncopated percussion and the irregular accents form a tasty cocktail. This album also supplied the biggest disco hit of the year, "Boogie Wonderland." The album is excellently produced and arranged, by Maurice White and it exemplify how an album is supposed to be made. All songs flow nicely into one another. The album is rounded out with the dirty "Dirty", one of the four bonus tracks.
The album 'I AM' is pure magic. If you ever feel nostalgic about the disco era this is about as close as you can get to the atmosphere of those heady happy days. The best dance music of this era is often somewhere in between disco, funk and soul. Philip Bailey had the falsetto voice, Maurice White the tenor. "In the Stone" is a magnificent opener with a heavy brass section. The voices, the syncopated percussion and the irregular accents form a tasty cocktail. This album also supplied the biggest disco hit of the year, "Boogie Wonderland." The album is excellently produced and arranged, by Maurice White and it exemplify how an album is supposed to be made. All songs flow nicely into one another. The album is rounded out with the dirty "Dirty", one of the four bonus tracks.
8718627232637

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Format: CD
Label: MUSIC ON CD
Rel. Date: 11/27/2020
UPC: 8718627232637

I Am (Hol)
Artist: Earth Wind & Fire
Format: CD
New: Not in stock
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Available Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

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
10. Diana
11. Dirty (Interlude)
12. Dirty (Junior's Juke)

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The album 'I AM' is pure magic. If you ever feel nostalgic about the disco era this is about as close as you can get to the atmosphere of those heady happy days. The best dance music of this era is often somewhere in between disco, funk and soul. Philip Bailey had the falsetto voice, Maurice White the tenor. "In the Stone" is a magnificent opener with a heavy brass section. The voices, the syncopated percussion and the irregular accents form a tasty cocktail. This album also supplied the biggest disco hit of the year, "Boogie Wonderland." The album is excellently produced and arranged, by Maurice White and it exemplify how an album is supposed to be made. All songs flow nicely into one another. The album is rounded out with the dirty "Dirty", one of the four bonus tracks.