Earth, Wind & Fire: Live at Montreux Trailer

Earth, Wind & Fire: Live at Montreux Trailer (1997)

13 April 1997 Music 90 mins

1970s legends Earth, Wind and Fire -- made up in part by the talented Maurice White, Philip Bailey and Verdine White -- serves up a heady mix of classic funk, soul and R&B with these crowd-pleasing performances at the famed Montreux Rock Festival in 1997 and 1998. Watch them rouse the audience and groove to the tune of "Imagination," "September," "Let's Groove," "Can't Hide Love," "Reasons," "After the Love Is Gone" and more.

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Cast

Philip Bailey

as lead vocals, percussion

Sheldon Reynolds

as lead vocals, guitar

Ralph Johnson

as vocals, percussion

Sonny Emory

as drums

Morris Pleasure

as keyboards

McKnight

as keyboards

David Romero

as percussion

B. David Whithworth

as vocals, percussion

Gary Bias

as saxophone

Ray Brown

as trumpet

Reggie Young

as trombone

Crew

International Releases Dates

United States 13 April 1997

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