OSW: Earth WInd And Fire, Vol. II

Part 2, by request :

Old School Wednesday – Earth, Wind and Fire – Volme 2

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01 – Fan The Fire
02 – Evil
03 – Africano
04 – Singasong
05 – On Your Face
06 – Deniece Williams – Free
07 – I’ll Write A Song For You
08 – Love Music
09 – Got To Get You Into My Life
10 – Let Me Talk
11 – Let Your Felling Show
12 – You Are A Winner
13 – Let’s Groove
14 – Touch the World
15 – Philip Bailey – Photogenic Memory
16 – Maurice White – Stand by Me

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OSW: The Sound Of Music

And here we go….

Old School Wednesday: The Sound Of Music.

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01 – Rick James – Glow
02 – Mary Jane Girls – Candy Man
03 – Lenny White & Twennynine – Peanut Butter
04 – Roger – Tender Moments
05 – The Fatback Band – Backstrokin’
06 – Dayton – The Sound Of Music [Extended]
07 – The Family – High Fashion
08 – ABC – The Look Of Love (Part One)
09 – Joe Jackson – Steppin’ Out
10 – Wally Badarou – Chief Inspector
11 – LL Cool J – Around The Way Girl
12 – Zhane – You’re Sorry Now
13 – Al Jarreau – Morning
14 – Johnnie Taylor – Your Love Is Rated X
15 – Patrice Rushen – Remind Me

If you notice, Rick James and Mary Jane Girls are together, with Lenny White, Roger, and The Fatback Band bringing in the funk.
My personal favorite is Dayton’s rarely-heard cut, The Sound Of Music, which is a song I never, ever get tired of hearing.

I was thinking about The Family when I decided to include ABC’s The Look Of Love (Thanks, J.) Joe Jackson’s Steppin’ Out is followed by the former Level 42 bandmember/producer Wally Badarou with his instrumental Chief Inspector, one of my other favorites from back in the day. LL Cool J’s Around The Way Girl is followed by Zhane’s You’re Sorry Now (another great cut from them).

We’re finishing up with Al Jarreau’s Morning, Johnnie Taylor’s Your Love Is Rated X, and Patrice’s classic Remind Me.