Earth, Wind And Fire - Help Somebody mp3 album
Earth, Wind & Fire is the self-titled debut studio album by the band Earth, Wind & Fire, released in February 1971 by Warner Bros. The album got to No. 24 on the Billboard Top Soul Albums chart. Off the album the track Love Is Life rose to No. 43 on the Billboard Hot Soul Songs chart.
album: "Earth, Wind And Fire" (1971). Help Somebody Moment Of Truth Love Is Life Fan The Fire C'mon Children This World Today. album: "The Need Of Love" (1971). Energy Beauty I Can Feel It In My Bones I Think About Lovin' You Everything Is Everything. album: "Last Days And Time" (1972). Time Is On Your Side They Don't See Make It With You Remember The Children Where Have All The Flowers Gone I'd Rather Have You Mom. album: "Head To The Sky" (1973). Evil Keep Your Head To The Sky Build Your Nest The World's A Masquerade Clover.
Earth, Wind, & Fire is the debut album released on Warner Bros. The music on this album is much tougher and more raw than the sound the group later became famous for. The vocals are very much a collaborative effort. Leads are freely traded, and many lines are sung by multiple voices.
Earth, Wind & Fire's supremely confident debut still blows our minds today. Bandleader Maurice White melds a bold, James Brown-style horn section with dreamy harmonies, tight arrangements and positive lyrics with a hint of the spacey astrological vibe that inspired the band's name. Uplifting tracks like "Help Somebody" and the cuddly ballad "Love Is Life" are the perfect intersection of funk and psychedelic soul. The lush vocal blend of Sherry Scott, Wade Flemons, Don Whitehead and White comes alive-and hints at the group's later hits
Another Time is a compilation album by Earth, Wind & Fire released on September 7, 1974 on Warner Bros. It reached No. 29 on the Billboard Top Soul Albums chart. Another Time was issued as a double album with a compilation of songs from EWF's debut album Earth, Wind & Fire and their second LP The Need of Love, along with the bonus track "Handwriting on the Wall". Maurice White - vocals, kalimba, drums, percussion.
Help Somebody lyrics. Album: Earth Wind Fire. No man should have face to face His problems alone, alone, alone Reach out and help the weak man Make him strong, strong, strong Now I want to help somebody I'd like to help you, you, you Now don't that make you want to Help somebody too, too, too. The love you give Might help somebody live So give yourself Go out and help somebody else Your helping hand Will make you a better man Do wah, do way, let love prevail Reach out and help somebody Reach out and help somebody
Album: Earth Wind & Fire. Maurice White, Donald Whitehead & Wade Flemons. The love you give Might help somebody live So give yourself Go out and help somebody else Your helping hand Will make you a better man Do wah, do way, let love prevail Reach out and help somebody Reach out and help somebody
The debut for the nine-member Earth, Wind & Fire was as assured as that of any rock band from the '60s and early '70s. Already fluent with the close harmonies of the classiest soul groups, the deep funk of James Brown, and the progressive social concerns and multiple vocal features of Sly & the Family Stone, the group added (courtesy of auteur Maurice White) a set of freewheeling arrangements, heavy on the horns, that made Earth Wind and Fire one of their finest albums - the artistic. The stop-start opener "Help Somebody," the deep funk extravaganza "Moment of Truth," and the sweet ballad "Love Is Life" were unified in their pursuit of positivity, while even the potentially incendiary title "Fan the Fire" was revealed in a peaceful context: "The flame of love is about to die/Somebody fan the fire.
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|WB 6125||Earth, Wind And Fire*||Help Somebody (7", Single)||Warner Bros. Records||WB 6125||UK||1971|
|WB 6125||Earth, Wind & Fire||Help Somebody (7", Single)||Warner Bros. Records||WB 6125||US||1971|
|WB 6125||Earth, Wind And Fire*||Help Somebody (7", Single, Promo)||Warner Bros. Records||WB 6125||UK||1971|