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Chicago & Earth, Wind & Fire – Live at the Greek Theatre

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Chicago & Earth, Wind & Fire – Live at the Greek Theatre

Chicago / Earth, Wind & Fire - Live at the Greek Theatre
Video by Chicago and Earth, Wind & Fire
Released June 28, 2005
Recorded August 2004
Genre Jazz, R&B, Soul, Pop rock
Length 173 minutes
Label Image Entertainment

Chicago & Earth, Wind & Fire – Live at the Greek Theatre is a live concert DVD by American bands Chicago and Earth, Wind & Fire. The recording was made at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles, California at the end of their joint tour in 2004. The DVD was certified platinum just two months after its 2005 release.[1]

Contents

  • Track listing 1
    • Disc 1 1.1
    • Disc 2 1.2
  • References 2

Track listing

Disc 1

Opening - both bands:

Earth, Wind & Fire:

  • "Magic Mind"
  • "Boogie Wonderland"
  • "System Of Survival"
  • "Jupiter"
  • "Getaway"
  • "Serpentine Fire"
  • "Kalimba Story"
  • "Got To Get You Into My Life"
  • "The Way You Move"
  • "After The Love Has Gone" (feat. Bill Champlin of Chicago, original co-writer of the song)
  • "That's The Way Of The World"
  • "Reasons"
  • "Fantasy"
  • "Let's Groove"
  • "Mighty Mighty"

Disc 2

Chicago:

Finale - both bands:

References

  1. ^ RIAA Certification for Chicago & Earth, Wind & Fire - Live at the Greek Theatre


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