Earth, Wind & Fire - Let Me Talk album flac
|A||Let Me Talk||3:45|
|B||Let Me Talk (Instrumental)||4:26|
- Manufactured By – CBS Records Canada Ltd.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – CBS Inc.
- Producer – Maurice White
- Written-By – A. McKay*, L. Dunn*, M. White*, P. Bailey*, R. Johnson*, V. White*
NotesFrom the ARC album "Faces" KC2 36795.
Artist on cover: Earth Wind & Fire
Artist on label: Earth, Wind & Fire
|1-11366||Earth, Wind & Fire||Let Me Talk (7", Single)||ARC , Columbia||1-11366||US||1980|
|07SP 510||Earth, Wind & Fire||Let Me Talk (7", Single)||CBS/Sony||07SP 510||Japan||1980|
|BA 222730||Earth, Wind & Fire||Let Me Talk (7", Single, Promo)||CBS||BA 222730||Australia||1980|
|CBS 8982, S CBS 8982||Earth, Wind & Fire||Let Me Talk (7", Bro)||CBS, CBS||CBS 8982, S CBS 8982||UK||1980|
|AS 853||Earth, Wind & Fire||Let Me Talk (12", Promo)||ARC , Columbia||AS 853||US||1980|
Let Me Talk" is from the 'Faces' LP, released in 1980.
Faces is the tenth studio album by the R&B band Earth, Wind & Fire released on October 14, 1980 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 Albums chart. Faces was certified Gold in the US by the RIAA. Faces was partly recorded in the Caribbean island of Montserrat and produced by EWF leader Maurice White. Artists such as Fred Wesley and Toto's Steve Lukather guested on the album.
I Am is the ninth studio album by the R&B band Earth, Wind & Fire, released on June 9, 1979 on CBS Records. The LP rose to Nos. 1 & 3 on the Billboard Top Soul Albums and Billboard 200 charts respectively. I Am has been certified Double Platinum in the US by the RIAA, Platinum in the UK by the BPI and Platinum in Canada by Music Canada. I Am was produced by Maurice White. Artists such as The Emotions and Toto's Steve Lukather also made guest appearances on the album.
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Album · 2002 · 32 Songs. Offering up 35 tracks of groundbreaking funk, The Essential Earth, Wind & Fire lives up to its title, delivering the band's biggest hits, alongside crucial album tracks from the ’70s and ’80s that capture their range and depth. From the uplifting spirit, shining brass and falsetto harmonies of "September", through to the deep, soulful groove of "Kalimba Story", to gorgeously lush, jazzy Philip Bailey showcases like "You", this collection is ideal for new fans who want to explore beyond their biggest hits
Faces features Earth, Wind & Fire at their creative and commercial zenith and was originally released as a double LP. The album features the Top 10 R&B hits 'Let Me Talk', 'You' and the Top 20 smash 'And Love Goes On', which went onto be a club classic. Faces spent five weeks at on the R&B album chart and made the US and UK pop Top 10, achieving gold status in the process. The rare 12" remix of 'Let Me Talk' is feature here along with three other single versions. Disc: 1. 1. Let Me Talk. 2. Turn It Into Something.
Music video by Earth, Wind & Fire performing Let Me Talk (Audio). C) 1980 Columbia Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment. Earth Wind & Fire. Earth, Wind & Fire - Let Me Talk (Audio). This album should have been to them what the Saturday Night Fever Soundtrack was to the Bee Gees or what Thriller was to Michael Jackson. Damn shame it wasn't Promoted like it should have been.
My promise Boogie wonderland Let your feelings soon Lady sun Sign on Got to get you into my life Fantasy The changing times Gratitude Freedom of choice Spread your love Moon walk Sweet sassy lady Faces Let me Talk. Horns by the grand master Jerry Hey and his crew. Though it caused some friction in the band, it seems to me Maurice would do it to raise the bar on the guys in the band. Then they had to go out and play those parts live.
Columbia/Legacy's double-disc set The Essential Earth, Wind & Fire lives up to its title by offering 34 tracks of the groundbreaking funk band at its peak. All of the hits, whether they're R&B or tunes that crossed over to the pop charts, are here, along with important album tracks that capture the range and depth of EWF. Since this focuses on their peak of the '70s and early '80s, there's very little here that doesn't qualify as "essential," which makes it a better bet than their box set.
Album The Best of Earth, Wind & Fire, Vol. September Lyrics. Hey, hey, hey! Ba-dee ya, say, do you remember?