CD Millennium [Earth, Wind & Fire] [CD] [1 disc] (CD 1120607),
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Millennium [Earth, Wind & Fire] [CD] [1 disc]

  • 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. "L" Word, The
    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
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 45274

  • Credits
    EngineerPaul Klingberg

    Earth, Wind & Fire: Maurice White (vocals, kalimba, percussion); Philip Bailey (vocals); Sheldon M. Reynolds (vocals, guitar, keyboards); Reggie Young (trombone); Tuscanini (keyboards); Verdine White (bass); Ralph Johnson (percussion).
    The Earth Wind & Fire Horns: Andrew Woolfolk, Gary Bias (saxophone); Ray Brown (trumpet).
    Additional personnel: Prince (vocals); Gerald Albright (saxophone); Burt Bacharach (keyboards); Paulinho Da Costa (percussion).
    Producers: Maurice White, Bill Myers, Frankie Blue, Freddie Ravel.
    Recorded at Sonic Lab, Devonshire Studios, Andora Studios, Capitol Studios.
    All songs written or co-written by Maurice White, except "Super Hero" (Prince), "Spend The Night" (Dawn Thomas), "Just Another Lonely Night" (Michael and Linda Stokes), "Wouldn't Change A Thing About You" (Philip Bailey, Frankie Blue), and "Divine" (Philip Bailey, Roxanne Serman, Ken Barken).
    Give them credit for sticking to their guns and delivering, as their return to Warner/Reprise, an EW&F album that sounds like something from the late '70s. The horns are in place, the songs are melodic, Philip Bailey is in good voice, and all of it seems irrelevant to the Black pop scene of 1993, which may be why (along with the band's failure to do a promotional tour) Millennium was only a modest seller with two minor hits, "Sunday Morning" and "Spend The Night." ~ William Ruhlmann

  • Critic Reviews
    Entertainment Weekly (11/5/93, p.70) - "...With Maurice White and Phillip Bailey's voices leaping into falsetto-harmony heaven and a clutch of relentless feel-good grooves, these R&B hippies come back with their most vibrant album in years..." - Rating: B+
    Vibe (9/93, p.126) - "...EWF cast a long shadow over current black music....they still have the knack for constructing mellifluous R&B on the visionary/romantic trip..."
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