Shining star : braving the elements of earth, wind & fire / Philip J. Bailey with Keith Zimmerman and Kent Zimmerman.
Bailey, Philip, 1951- author.
|Other author/creator||Zimmerman, Keith, author.|
|Other author/creator||Zimmerman, Kent, 1953- author.|
|Format||Book and Print|
|Publication Info||New York : Viking, |
|Description||x, 245 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm|
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|Contents||The concept -- Mother wit -- "Bailey, get off the field!" -- Somebody say amen! -- The free spirit -- The most interesting man in the world -- New horizons -- "Reese" and Verdine Jr. -- City slicker, country boy, and a yellow kazoo -- Stars and stripes hippie shirt -- Open vessels -- Maurice and the whiz kids -- The imaginary lock and key -- Will I hear them from my dressing room? -- Not a funk band -- The station wagon tours -- Mighty, mighty Charles Stepney -- Shining star -- TTWOTW (that's the way of the world) -- Ridiculously fine -- Jupiter! Jupiter! What is the answer? -- Sing a song of spirit and imagination -- Got to get you into my life -- The white boy behind the black velvet curtain -- "Man, the tunes is pissed" -- The meeting -- Easy lover -- Wandering the wilderness -- Awards and accolades.|
|Abstract||A personal account by the lead singer of Earth, Wind & Fire traces his professional and spiritual journey against a backdrop of the group's meteoric rise to stardom, describing the diverse influences that shaped the band's style and his own experiences as a solo performer.|
|Bibliography note||Includes index.|
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|Joyner||TRC Ronnie Barnes Collection||ML420.B125 A3 2014||✔ Available||Place Hold|