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Millennium
     

Millennium

3.0 1
by Earth, Wind & Fire
 
Give them credit for sticking to their guns and delivering, as their return to Warner/Reprise, an EW&F album that sounds like something from the late '70s. The horns are in place, the songs are melodic, Philip Bailey is in good voice, and all of it seems irrelevant to the Black pop scene of 1993, which may be why

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Give them credit for sticking to their guns and delivering, as their return to Warner/Reprise, an EW&F album that sounds like something from the late '70s. The horns are in place, the songs are melodic, Philip Bailey is in good voice, and all of it seems irrelevant to the Black pop scene of 1993, which may be why (along with the band's failure to do a promotional tour) Millennium was only a modest seller with two minor hits, "Sunday Morning" and "Spend The Night."

Product Details

Release Date:
09/14/1993
Label:
Warner Bros / Wea
UPC:
0093624527428
catalogNumber:
45274

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Tracks

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Earth, Wind & Fire   Primary Artist
Philip Bailey   Vocals,Group Member
Maurice White   Percussion,Vocals,Kalimba,Group Member
Gerald Albright   Saxophone
Bill Meyers   Synthesizer
Freddie Ravel   Synthesizer
Burt Bacharach   Keyboards
Bruce Dukov   Trombone,Violin,Concert Master
Michael Thompson   Bass,Guitar
Sid Page   Violin
Robert Becker   Viola
Thom Bell   Keyboards
Gary Bias   Saxophone
Frankie Blue   Synthesizer
Ray Brown   Trumpet
Nicholas Brown   Synthesizer,Keyboards
Ronald Clark   Violin
Brad Cole   Synthesizer
Larry Corbett   Cello
Tim Cornwell   Percussion
Paulinho Da Costa   Percussion
Stephen Erdody   Cello
Henry Ferber   Violin
Armen Garabedian   Violin
Berj Garabedian   Violin
Claude Gaudette   Keyboards
Endre Granat   Violin
Gary Grant   Trumpet
Clayton Haslop   Violin
Jerry Hey   Trumpet
Dan Higgins   Trumpet,Saxophone
Ralph Johnson   Percussion
Suzie Kattayama   Cello
Roland Kato   Viola
Peter Kent   Violin
David Lawrence   Keyboards
Dimitrie Leivici   Violin
Barbara Porter   Trombone,Violin
Sheldon Reynolds   Guitar,Vocals
Rex Salas   Bass,Keyboards
Haim Shtrum   Violin
Darnell Spencer   Bass
Jorge Strunz   Guitar
Tuscanini   Keyboards
Verdine White   Bass,Vocals,Background Vocals,Group Member
Hershel Wise   Viola
Andrew Woolfolk   Saxophone,Group Member
Don Wyatt   Guitar,Keyboards
Suzie Katayama   Cello
Michael "Patches" Stewart   Trumpet
Nick Brown   Synthesizer,Keyboards
Sheldon M. Reynolds   Guitar,Percussion,Keyboards,Vocals,Background Vocals,Group Member
William Frank "Bill" Reichenbach   Trombone
Reggie C. Young   Trombone
Ralph Boyd Johnson   Percussion,Group Member
Larry Williams   Saxophone

Technical Credits

Maurice White   Producer,Author
Bill Meyers   Programming,Producer,Horn Arrangements
Freddie Ravel   Arranger,Producer
Frankie Blue   Producer
Guy DeFazio   Engineer
Jerry Hey   Arranger,Horn Arrangements
Paul Klingberg   Engineer
Rex Salas   Programming,drum programming
Darnell Spencer   Programming,drum programming
Verdine White   Producer
Sheldon M. Reynolds   Programming
Teruhisa Tajima   Composer's Assistant
Kim Champagne   Art Direction
Tadanori Yokoo   Illustrations
Thomas Washington   Arranger
Mike McKnight   Programming

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Millennium 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have to give "EWF" a lot of credit for hanging in there all this time. Though this isn't a smash album, to me it shows that the have staying power. In fact this album reminds me of their albums of the early to mid 80's. Nice effort.