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One of the most successful bands of all time, Earth, Wind and Fire are often credited with shaping the landscape of R&B as we know it. Maurice White formed the band in Chicago in 1970, which was not only an exciting place, but also an exciting time for music. They went through a few different line ups before they eventually got to the line up we all know and love as the band today. Their self titled album 'Earth, Wind and Fire' was released in 1971. This album gained them a lot of critical acclaim, and it seemed to be the breakout they were waiting for. Not one to rest on their laurels at such a time of success, they released another album towards the end of the year 'The Need Of Love'. The stand out single from this album was 'I think about loving you'. Earth, Wind and Fire then entered what has come to be known as their 'classic' period. During this period, they released 'Head To The Sky' as an album, which had their first two hit singles 'Evil' and 'Keep Your Head to The Sky'. During their height of fame, Earth, wind and Fire toured extensively and performed at a number of festivals, like California Jam which is sited as one of their best live performances. They recorded the soundtrack to 1975's Harvey Keitel film 'The Way Of The World', but the film did not match the success of the band themselves. From 1981 to 1990 the band went through an electronic period, proving that they can move with the times and change with musical tastes. 'Wanna be with you' is probably the mosy successful single of this time. In later years Earth, Wind and Fire have been a lot less active, but do still get back together for one off shows.