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Soul! # 315 "Elements"

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01:00:07 - 01:01:09
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CUs Maurice White of Eath Wind & Fire playing kalimba (metallophone, thumb piano). Gerry Bledsoe introduces program, then members of Earth Wind & Fire (Maurice White, Jessica Cleaves, Philip Bailey, Johnny Graham, Verdine White, Larry Dunn, Ralph Johnson, Andrew Woolfolk).

Soul! # 315 "Elements"

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01:01:09 - 01:05:42
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Earth Wind & Fire perform funky instrumental "Power" from the Lasy Days and Time album. Maurice White begins song on kalimba (later moving to timbales), followed by Philip Bailey on congas, Ralph Johnson on drums, Larry Dunn on piano, shirtless Verdine White on bass guitar, Andrew Woolfolk on tambourine & alto saxophone, John Graham on guitar (love his tone), Jessica Cleaves on bells. Alto sax solo, blistering guitar solo. Great energy, fantastic performance. Hard funk.

Soul! # 315 "Elements"

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01:05:42 - 01:08:44
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Earth Wind & Fire continue performing funky instrumental "Power." Segment begins with soft, mellow segue, Larry Dunn on electric organ, Andrew Woodfolk on flute, then bursts into hard funk again. Manic energy, fantastic performance. Dynamics grow soft, ends with Maurice White on kalimba (thumb piano).

Soul! # 315 "Elements"

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01:08:44 - 01:15:00
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Philip Bailey thanks the crowd, introduces next song. Earth Wind & Fire perform a cover of James Taylor's "Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight." Soulful ballad w/ lead vocals by Philip Bailey. Tenor saxophone solo by Andrew Woodfolk. John Graham solos on guitar.

Soul! # 315 "Elements"

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New York City, New York, United States
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01:15:00 - 01:19:37
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FOR FULL PERFORMANCE WITH AUDIO, PLEASE CONTACT WPA. Earth Wind and Fire perform unidentified funk instrumental. Shirtless bass player Verdine White solos on electric bass guitar. Verdine White rejoins the fold, laying a monstrous groove before the whole band drops out completely, yet they continue the groove without actually hitting their instruments (think lip-synching but w/ instruments). They end song with a series of untimed, improvised staccato hits led by Maurice White on timbales; he fools his brother w/ the final hit, causing Verdine to come in a tad early.

Soul! # 315 "Elements"

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01:19:37 - 01:25:38
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Earth Wind & Fire perform "Mom" from the Last Days & Time album. Latin-tinged ballad. Electric organ solo by Larry Dunn.

Soul! # 315 "Elements"

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01:25:38 - 01:32:18
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Earth Wind & Fire perform "Time Is On Your Side." Deep funk. Split-screen! Andrew Woodfolk solos on alto saxophone. At outset, Maurice White, Verdine White, Philip Bailey & Jessica Cleaves dance off stage, slap hands w/ audience. Larry Dunn & Andrew Woodfolk then follow suit, leaving Johnny Graham & Ralph Johnson to lay down the groove. Johnny exunts, leaving Ralph to provide a fat drum beat worthy of the Funky Drummer himself.

Soul! # 315 "Elements"

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01:32:18 - 01:34:10
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Ellis Haizlip asks home audience to write to the show, address appears on screen. Ellis introduces Soul Quintet: Kenny Baron (piano); Mtume (congas); David Williams (bass guitar); Ted Dunbar (electric guitar); Freddie Waits (drums & percussion). Ellis Haizlip introduces actress & musician Linda Hopkins.

Soul! # 315 "Elements"

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01:34:10 - 01:38:09
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Linda Hopkins & Soul Quintet perform "Deep in the Night." Ballad, cabaret. Standing ovation!

Soul! # 315 "Elements"

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01:38:09 - 01:42:53
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Linda Hopkins & Soul Quintet perform "Birth of the Blues."

Soul! # 315 "Elements"

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01:42:53 - 01:49:10
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Linda Hopkins & Soul Quintet perform "My Belief (That Keeps Me Going)." Gospel.

Soul! # 315 "Elements"

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01:49:10 - 01:53:22
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Linda Hopkins & Soul Quintet perform "You Better Listen to My Plea." Linda Hopkins sings, plays Hammond electric organ. Deep blues.

Soul! # 315 "Elements"

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01:53:22 - 01:56:24
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Linda Hopkins & Soul Quintet perform "Please Send Me Someone To Love." Blues.

Soul! # 315 "Elements"

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01:56:24 - 01:58:34
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Linda Hopkins & Soul Quintet perform "Real Gone Guy." Cabaret jazz. Credits roll.