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  1. Otokichi

    December

    It's been a while since September, but here's something else by Earth, Wind and Fire.;)
  2. Otokichi

    September

    It's the most wonderful time of the year, as the kids go back to school. The heat of Summer is going away, so get out and enjoy the outdoors!;)
  3. Otokichi

    September

    Out here in the North Pacific, two hurricanes are headed for land. The air is thick with humidity and things are expected to turn from cloudy to heavy rain over the next few days. However, it's finally time for the kids to boogie back to school with Earth, Wind & Fire into the cooler days of September.;)
  4. Carl

    Maurice White Has Died

    Last night I read a few chapters of a book called The Greatest Salesman In The World. I re-read it from time to time whenever I'm feeling disconnected. It's the book Maurice White made his associates read before they worked with him. I know this because Allee Willis, who co-wrote "September" and "Boogie Wonderland," told me. She also explained that Maurice was a singular songwriting talent who knew exactly how to fuse spirituality and groove. You can hear it in "Shining Star," a song meant to lure us into a positive state. It's also in "September" - yeah, it's a lot of "bada ya," but you can't let a lyric get in the way of a groove, and that groove means more than anything you'll find in the dictionary. In a way, EW&F ruined me for modern R&B. I would hear the latest jams and think, "Why would I listen to this when Earth, Wind & Fire did it so much better"? Well, that's because what they did was beyond compare - interplanetary, almost. Wherever he is, his star is shining bright.
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