8 thoughts on “ Back On The Road - Earth, Wind & Fire - Faces (CD, Album) ”

  1. Mishura says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Faces on Discogs. Label: Columbia - 2 • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: Europe • Genre: Funk / Soul • /5(15).
  2. Dikus says:
    Faces was to Earth Wind & Fire in what Muse-Sick N- Hour-Message was to Public Enemy The albums find both groups adjusting to new realities in society while shrewdly sticking to their principles. Faces nonetheless is a fascinating EWF album its own right/5().
  3. Nisho says:
    Faces is the tenth studio album by the R&B band Earth, Wind & Fire released on October 14, on ARC/Columbia Records. The album reached number 2 on the Billboard Top LPs chart, number 10 on the Billboard Top Soul albums chart and number 10 on the UK Pop Albums chart. Faces was certified Gold in the US by the R&B, Pop, Funk, Post-disco, Dance.
  4. Gosho says:
    Apr 22,  · This album is a mouth full. In fact, the title should be 'Mouth Full Of Funk'. Puns aside, Its no surprise that Earth Wind and Fire just blow it out loud 4/5().
  5. Meztiran says:
    Although they were catching more flak from critics for an alleged obsession with sociopolitical commentary and quasi-mystical references, R&B audiences hadn't yet tired of Earth, Wind & this album admittedly had less memorable material and was more dependent on what had become production clichés and stock devices, it still landed plenty of hits on the charts.6/
  6. Grokree says:
    The Collection is a compilation album by the band Earth, Wind & Fire issued in on K-Tel Records. The album reached No. 5 on the UK Pop Albums chart. .
  7. Tanris says:
    Earth Wind And Fire Faces Back On The Road Time to get back on the road Gonna leave these troubles behind Time to carry the load what my life is a true design You won't reach me by phone I'll be moving round between the line Time to get back on the road Gonna mend.
  8. Kiganris says:
    ITUNES REVIEW. In a interview Maurice White called Faces his favorite Earth, Wind & Fire album, “because we were really in tune, playing together and it gave us the opportunity to explore new areas. We were really being a self-contained band.” It’s easy to hear that sense of integration and self-assurance in many ways their first album of the ‘80s encapsulates everything.

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