The Teaming Of Legendary Groups Chicago And Earth, Wind & Fire Was The Tour Hit Of The Summer. Playing To Sold-Out Venues, This Spectacular Show Brought The Grammy-Winning Artists Together In A Show That Both Individually And Together Highlighted Their Revolutionary Melding Of Rock, Soul And Jazz As Well As Their Numerous #1 And Top 10 Hits. Now You Can Have A Front-Row Seat For This Amazing Concert, Performed At The Greek Theatre In Los Angeles. Every Moment, All The Energy And Excitement Of This Final Show Of The Tour, Was Captured In High-Definition For This Extraordinary Dvd. Songs Include: Earth, Wind & Fire Set: Magic Mind - Boogie Wonderland - System Of Survival - Jupiter - Getaway - Serpentine Fire - Kalimba Story - Got To Get You Into My Life - The Way You Move - After The Love Has Gone - That'S The Way Of The World - Reasons - Fantasy - Let'S Groove - Mighty Mighty Chicago Set: Make Me Smile - Color My World - If You Leave Me Now - Call On Me - Alive Again - Hard Habit To Break - Mongonucleosis - Old Days - Just You N' Me - Saturday In The Park - Feelin' Stronger - I'M A Man - Hard To Say I'M Sorry Chicago/Earth, Wind & Fire Finale: September - Free - Sing A Song - Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is? - Shining Star - 25 Or 6 To 4
The '70s and '80s rule as two of the most popular bands from that era join forces on Chicago/Earth Wind & Fire - Live at the Greek Theatre, a two-disc, nearly three-hour concert recorded in Los Angeles in 2004. These groups scored dozens of hits in their heydays, and if neither has come up with much of anything that's new in the past two decades, the sold-out audience at the Greek Theatre could hardly care less. Both Chicago and Earth, Wind & Fire, have soldiered on despite key personnel changes over the years (Chicago bassist-singer Peter Cetera and EWF founder Maurice White are long gone, and much missed); here they perform energetic and tasteful versions of everything from "Make Me Smile," "I'm a Man," and "Saturday in the Park" (Chicago) to "That's the Way of the World," "Fantasy," and "Serpentine Fire" (EWF), among many others, to rapturous response. Nothing too exciting about all of that--in fact, it's a bit like witnessing a couple of very skilled tribute bands at work--but there are a few surprises, as when Chicago keyboardist-singer Bill Champlin takes the lead on "After the Love Has Gone" (which he co-wrote) and EWF singer Philip Bailey returns the favor on Chicago's "If You Leave Me Now." The highlights are the first and last portions of the show, when the two bands (complete with horn sections) share the stage for "September," "25 or 6 to 4," "Shining Star," and more, displaying genuine joy at performing together and generating a huge, infectious sound delivered with high definition visuals and digital audio. --Sam Graham --This text refers to the DVD edition.
Great DVD. We've had many great nights listening to these excellent recordings.Published 4 months ago by Patrick J Grenier
I liked this DVD, especially the second half which is the second CD. A definite recommend to anyone who likes these two bands.
Good one to watch on New Year's Eve.
I'm not a great EWF fan but the second disc which features Chicago is quite good. Overall, I would purchase this again, but not as good as I expected.Published on Aug. 22 2013 by Max Cafissi