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Earth, Wind & Fire’s Philip Bailey gathers his famous friends for solo album

by Paul Cashmere on April 20, 2019

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Earth, Wind & Fire’s Philip Bailey has recruited his famous mates will.i.am, Chick Corea, Steve Gadd and Robert Glasper to assist him for his new solo album ‘Love Will Find A Way’.

Bailey’s album ‘Love Will Find A Way’ also has appearances from bass player Christian McBride, sax player Kamasi Washington, trumpeter Christian Scott, aTunde Adjuah, singer Bilal and sax player Casey Benjamin.

“Artists like Robert and Kamasi and Christian,” Philip says, “they embrace the nuances of jazz and its historical value, but they’ve really infused the game with new possibilities. And I’ve been the recipient of infusion.”

The first track from the album is Billy Jack with Robert Glasper.

Philip Bailey joined Earth, Wind & Fire in 1972. He was the lead singer of the hit song ‘Fantasy’ and co-vocalists on ‘September’ and ‘Serpentine Fire’.

In 1984 Bailey recorded his second solo album ‘Chinese Wall’, produced by Phil Collins. It gave him a number one hit with ‘Easy Lover’.

‘Love Will Find A Way’

01. Billy Jack ft. Robert Glasper
02. You’re Everything ft. Chick Corea
03. We’re a Winner ft. Bilal
04. Stairway To The Stars ft. Christian Scott and Christian McBride
05. Brooklyn Blues
06. Once In A Lifetime
07. Just To Keep You Satisfied
08. Sacred Sounds ft. Kamasi Washington and Robert Glasper
09. Long As You’re Living ft. Christian McBride
10. Love Will Find A Way ft. Casey Benjamin

PHILIP BAILEY LOVE WILL FIND A WAY TOUR:
June 3 – Atlanta. City Winery
June 5 – Washington, City Winery
June 6 – Nashville, City Winery
June 19 – Boston, City Winery

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