Earth, Wind & Fire All 'N All [MP3 320][h33t][schon55]

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Name:Earth, Wind & Fire All 'N All [MP3 320][h33t][schon55]

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All 'N All Info.txt (Size: 107.94 MB) (Files: 16)

 All 'N All Info.txt

4.40 KB

 01 Serpentine Fire.mp3

8.78 MB

 02 Fantasy.mp3

10.58 MB

 03 In the Marketplace (Interlude).mp3

1.65 MB

 04 Jupiter.mp3

7.29 MB

 05 Love's Holiday.mp3

9.99 MB

 06 Brazilian Rhyme (Interlude).mp3

3.06 MB

 07 I'll Write a Song for You.mp3

12.33 MB

 08 Magic Mind.mp3

8.35 MB

 09 Runnin'.mp3

13.37 MB

 10 Brazilian Rhyme (Interlude).mp3

2.03 MB

 11 Be Ever Wonderful.mp3

11.73 MB

 12 Would You Mind- [Demo Version of Love's Holiday].mp3

5.39 MB

 14 Brazilian Rhyme [Live][-].mp3

5.77 MB


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 13 Runnin' [Original Hollywood Mix].mp3

7.61 MB

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Earth, Wind & Fire - All 'N All
Release Date: 1977
Bitrate: 320 kbps

3 X Platimum

"All 'N All is a 1977 album by American funk music group Earth, Wind & Fire. The album features songs such as "I'll Write A Song For You", "Serpentine Fire", "Love's Holiday", and the pop hit "Fantasy." A remastered version of the LP was issued in 2002. It is one of the group's most well known albums. "Runnin'" won a Grammy Award for Best Instrumental in 1978."

Few if any bands have ever married sweaty Funk, dramatic horns, dancing falsettos and high-flying sentiments the way EWF have. All 'n All (1977) continues the band's mid-1970s string of excellent releases, offering "Serpentine Fire," the sublime "Fantasy," and the endearingly sappy ballad "Love's Melody." You can't lose with this release.
- Jon Pruett

Not exactly a concept album, All 'n All (1977) nevertheless was Earth, Wind & Fire's biggest attempt yet at making a big statement. With several interludes providing musical links--and cultural and spiritual heavies such as Shakespeare and Buddha depicted on an inside-cover spread--it had all the trappings of a major extravaganza, while keeping the songs at radio-friendly lengths. That those songs included the perfectly named "Serpentine Fire" and the Stevie Wonder-style brotherhood anthem "Fantasy" helped make the record one of EW&F's most popular: as of the mid '90s, 3 million copies had shipped. This sparkling remaster includes three bonus demo, live, and alternate-mix cuts. --Rickey Wright

Let me start by saying that I've never heard an Earth, Wind & Fire album like their 1977 album, All 'N All. It's beautiful, diverse, exotic, mystical, and mind-blowing. With All 'N All, Earth, Wind & Fire mixed brazilian-influenced rhythms with pop, jazz, funk, and R&B. From start to finish, the songs are diverse, different, and consistent. The opening, "Serpentine Fire" is a smoking, latin-funk jam with some killer horn work. It is a dynamic classic. Next, there's "Fantasy", which is a soaring, spiritual tune with great and rich harmonies. It's probably one of EW&F's most famous tunes. "In The Marketplace" is a exotic interlude with Maurice playing his kalimba and humming a tune. That is followed by the mystical, but jumpy, "Jupiter". The song has some great horn and powerful bass lines. Then, there's the sexy ballad, "Love's Holiday", which is another EW&F classic. "Beijo", which is credited as the interlude, "Brazilian Rhyme", is probably their most excellent and famous interlude, by far. What can I say about the brilliant love song, "I'll Write A Song For You". Philip Bailey's vocals sound fresh and clear than ever. "Magic Mind" is a catchy funk jam with great vocal arrangements and mind-blowing horns. Then, there's the fusion-jazz instrumental, "Runnin'", with its complex and tight instrumentation. It also has some outstanding horn arrangements. The second "Brazilian Rhyme" interlude is diverse and beautiful. "Be Ever Wonderful" is a beautiful slow jam with some great vocal arrangements. The remastered version of All 'N All has 3 bonus cuts including a rare demo version of "Love's Holiday", the alternate mix of "Runnin'", and the 1980 concert version of "Beijo", which is called "Brazilian Rhyme". The album, "All 'N All", is probably the apex of Earth, Wind, & Fire's career. This was where Earth, Wind & Fire was more diverse with music styles. You could see the diversity on the beautiul album art with the pyramids, Egyptian statues, and even the cosmic spaceships. All 'N All tops all of the other EW&F classics like That's The Way Of The World and the live album, Gratitude becuase it's a concept landmark. This is probably EW&F's most popular works. The remastered version of this album sounds great and believe me, this is one album that will never leave your disc player. A+ ~ Brandon Ousley

Earth, Wind & Fire - All 'N All
01 Serpentine Fire
02 Fantasy
03 In The Marketplace (Interlude)
04 Jupiter
05 Love's Holiday
06 Brazilian Rhyme (Interlude)
07 I'll Write A Song For You
08 Magic Mind
09 Runnin'
10 Brazilian Rhyme (Interlude)
11 Be Ever Wonderful
12 Would You Mind - (Bonus Track, Previously Unreleased, Demo Version Of "Love's Holiday")
13 Runnin' - (Original Hollywood Mix, Bonus Track, Previously Unreleased)
14 Brazilian Rhyme - (bonus track, previously unreleased, live, Oct 25, 1980, at Maracanazinho, Rio ...

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