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IBM Support. The album and movie unexpectedly became runaway successes and EWF became the first musical stars of the blaxploitation era, paving the way for Isaac Hayes's Shaft and Curtis Mayfield's Superfly.
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White was always at the center, whether singing lead vocals with the gospel-trained Philip Bailey, or working in the studio alongside legendary producer Charles Stepney who tragically passed away in 1976. Notify me when this APAR changes.
Whether the audience understood everything he sang about or not, no one could deny the power of EWF. As Maurice White, who co-wrote the track with Bailey and producer Charles Stepney, explained to Billboard in 1975, "It was simply our goal to reach everybody. The fix for this APAR is currently targeted for inclusion in fix pack 8.
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He oversaw the intricately designed gatefold covers that depicted Egyptian pyramids and Biblical symbols, and inserted references to his beliefs in his lyrics. Produced with his old Chess Records colleague Charles Stepney, White replicated — and updated — the classic sound he created for Etta James and Fontella Bass a decade before. Contact and feedback Need support? The song is not only a karaoke classic, but also a sign of how the group had evolved from a visionary funk-rock band to a cosmopolitan ensemble that incorporated easy pop, jazz and disco.
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