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In terms of rock and rock, Earth, Wind & Fire has obviously mastered all the elements. The band launched in 1969 has sold ninety million records; garnered twenty Grammy nominations and eight Grammy awards; and notched a spot in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Every three and a half minutes, we are told, a song by EW&F plays on radio airwaves and that's not counting internet, iTunes, and cloud access. Behind all that fame, glory, and airtime is a tumultuous history of personal and aesthetic differences; breakups; and reunions; almost all of which witnessed by lead singer Philip Bailey. Is this fully sanctioned memoir, he writes candidly about a career lined with gold, platinum, and strong emotions.