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Download links and information about Powerlight by Earth, Wind And Fire. This album was released in 1983 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Disco, Funk genres. It contains 9 tracks with total duration of 41:10 minutes.

Artist: Earth, Wind And Fire
Release date: 1983
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Disco, Funk
Tracks: 9
Duration: 41:10
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No. Title Length
1. Fall In Love With Me 5:52
2. Spread Your Love 3:51
3. Side By Side 5:56
4. Straight from the Heart 4:41
5. The Speed of Love 3:36
6. Freedom of Choice 4:10
7. Something Special 4:23
8. Hearts to Heart 3:44
9. Miracles 4:57



Powerlight is Earth, Wind & Fire’s last classic album, and even though it doesn’t have the overarching vision of All ‘n’ All or Faces, it boasts some of the sharpest songs of the group’s career. The early 80's was a unique window in the history of R&B. Artists distilled the rhythms of disco, making them harder and funkier, thereby birthing a new strain of music alternately known as electric boogie or modern soul. Earth, Wind & Fire thrived during this period. They were students of groove, and their instrumental prowess helped to elevate “Fall in Love With Me” and “Spread Your Love.” Maurice White was overseeing the tightest, stickiest grooves of the band’s career, but he was also concocting some of the group’s most heavenly ballads, including “Straight From the Heart” and “Miracles.” Perhaps most spectacular of all, “Side By Side” and “Something Special” infuse the cloudless, passionate spirit of gospel into the modern funk setting. Even as the entire R&B world was tilting toward commerciality, EW&F continued to make music that was both innovative and inspirational.