Live in Rio (Earth, Wind & Fire album)

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Live in Rio
EarthWind&Fire - Live in Rio.jpg
Live album by Earth, Wind & Fire
Released November 19, 2002
Genre R&B
Label Kalimba
Producer Maurice White
Earth, Wind & Fire chronology
That's the Way of the World: Alive in 75
(2002)That's the Way of the World: Alive in 752002
Live in Rio
(2002)
The Promise
(2003)The Promise2003
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Live in Rio is a live album by the R&B band Earth, Wind & Fire. The album contains recordings of live renditions of songs from the band's 1980 performance in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Live in Rio was released on November 19, 2002 on Maurice White's record label Kalimba Music.[2]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "Dialog" Maurice White, Verdine White 1:13
2. "Rock That!" David Foster, Maurice White 0:52
3. "In the Stone" David Foster, Maurice White, Allee Willis 4:23
4. "Serpentine Fire" Sonny Burke, Maurice White, Verdine White 4:08
5. "Fantasy" Eduardo del Barrio, Maurice White, Verdine White 3:58
6. "Can't Let Go" Billy Myers, Maurice White, Allee Willis 3:21
7. "Getaway" Peter Cor, Beloyd Taylor 5:25
8. "Brazilian Rhyme (Beijo)" Toninho Horta 2:09
9. "Magic Mind" Philip Bailey, Larry Dunn, Al McKay, Maurice White, Verdine White, Freddie White 3:57
10. "Runnin'" Eduardo del Barrio, Larry Dunn, Maurice White 6:05
11. "After the Love Has Gone" Bill Champlin, David Foster, Jay Graydon 6:04
12. "Rio After Dark" Philip Bailey,Larry Dunn, Al McKay, Maurice White, Verdine White, Freddie White 3:02
13. "Got to Get You into My Life" John Lennon, Paul McCartney 4:11
14. "Boogie Wonderland" Jon Lind, Allee Willis 3:18
15. "September" Al McKay, Maurice White, Allee Willis 3:43

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Personnel[edit]

Musicians[2]
  • Philip Bailey – percussion, vocals, background vocals
  • Sylvia Cox – background vocals
  • Rahmlee Michael Davis - trumpet, flugelhorn
  • Larry Dunn – keyboards
  • Johnny Graham - Guitar
  • Michael Harris – trumpet, flugelhorn
  • Ralph Johnson– percussion, background vocals
  • Judith Jones – background vocals
  • Al McKay – guitar, background vocals
  • Don Myrick – saxophone
  • Louis Satterfield – trombone
  • Carla Vaughn – background vocals
  • Fred White - drums
  • Maurice White – percussion, vocals, background vocals, kalimba
  • Verdine White – bass
  • Andrew Woolfolk - saxophone
Production[2]
  • K.C. Blinn – art direction, cover design
  • Robert Ellison – A&R
  • Steve Hall – mastering
  • Paul Klingberg – mixing
  • Cameron Marcarelli – assistant engineer
  • Jeffrey Mayer – photography
  • Herb Powell – A&R
  • Maurice White – executive producer

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