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3 comments on “Greatest Hits”

  1. This is what funk should sound like Both of Earth Wind & Fire greatest hits albums on one collection. And some excellent hits, to boot.The good: You are getting mostly album versions here. And they are excellent hits. Fantasy, After The Love Is Gone, September, Shining Star, Can't Hide Love, That's the Way of the World, Singasong--the list goes on. Mostly the big hits from the mid 1970s are here, with the inclusion of Let's Groove (a hit in late 1981 and a good one at that). Missing are the out-takes and filler...

  2. Buy CD and get free AutoRip I am 55 and grew up with EWF. Overall I like this CD a lot but it would have been better if so so songs like Mighty Mighty and Saturday Night were replaced by really good ballads like All About Love and Be Ever Wonderful or by deep tracks like Sun Goddess or Head to the Sky. Still, it's a great value for the money.

  3. Still Relevant, Great Brass EWF was HUGE back in the day, and there music is still relevant. It was actually written and performed by real people, not generated in a studio with loops and effects. They were known for their catchy melodies - easy to sing along with - and their brass section. Yes, there was a time when popular music used brass instruments. If you remember their music, you'll like the CD, because it has some of their top hits. If you haven't heard their music, you really should give it a listen.

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