One of the hottest R&B groups of all time, the legendary Earth, Wind and Fire in concert define excitement. Performing hit after hit in their distinctive style, the band gives everything they've got in this concert, captured live on their remarkable 1994 SRO tour of Japan, co-founder Maurice White's final performances. Always dynamite on stage with their unmistakable sound and showmanship, Earth, Wind and Fire combine all the greatest elements for one of the best live shows on Earth! Includes interviews with band members Philip Bailey, Verdine White, Ralph Johnson and Maurice White. Tracklisting: 1. September 2. Let Your Feelings Show 3. Let's Groove 4. Runnin' 5. Boogie Wonderland 6. Can't Hide Love 7. Fantasy 8. Kalimba Interlude 9. Evil 10. Shining Star 11. Keep Your Head To The Sky 12. Reasons 13. Sing A Song 14. That's The Way Of The World 15. Wouldn't Change A Thing About You 16. After The Love Is Gone 17. System Of Survival
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