1977 Soul Heaven

My soulful view on 1977. One of the tracks is from EWF:

"Earth, Wind & Fire's artistic and commercial winning streak continued with its ninth album, All 'N All, the diverse jewel that spawned major hits like "Serpentine Fire" and the dreamy "Fantasy." Whether the visionary soul men are tearing into the hardest of funk on "Jupiter" or the most sentimental of ballads on "I'll Write a Song for You" (which boasts one of Philip Bailey's many soaring, five-star performances), All 'N All was a highly rewarding addition to EWF's catalog. Because EWF had such a clean-cut image and fared so well among pop audiences, some may have forgotten just how sweaty its funk could be. But "Jupiter" -- like "Mighty, Mighty," "Shining Star," and "Getaway" -- underscores the fact that EWF delivered some of the most intense and gutsy funk of the 1970s." (Alex Henderson)


Life Force – Slow Dancer (1977)
William Bell – Tryin’ To Love Two (1977)
The Floaters – Float On (1977)
The Dynamics – We Found Love (1977)
Earth, Wind & Fire – Serpentine Fire (1977)
The Commodores ‎– Brick House (1977)
Houseband – Dancing Shoes (1977)
Washington Jamb Band – Can’t Hide The Funk (1977)
The Joneses – Groovin’ On Ya (1977)
The Softones – Bull Dog (Dog Power Song) (1977)
Eddie Drennon & the BBS Unlimited – Never Let Me Go (1977)
State Department – Slow Love (1977)
CJ & Co – Sure Can't Go The Moon (1977)
First Choice – Indian Giver (1977)
Bobbi Humphrey – Tailor Made (1977)
Billy Paul – Only The Strong Survive [Magic Edit] (1977)
Charo And The Salsoul Orchestra – Dance A Little Bit Closer (1977)
Jean Carn – Free Love (1977)


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