Sing a Song (Earth, Wind & Fire song)
|"Sing a Song"|
|Single by Earth, Wind & Fire|
|from the album Gratitude|
|B-side||"Sing a Song (Instrumental)"|
|Genre||R&B, soul, funk|
|Songwriter(s)||Maurice White, Al McKay|
|Earth, Wind & Fire singles chronology|
"Sing a Song" is a song recorded by R&B/funk band, Earth, Wind & Fire, which was issued as a single in November 1975 on Columbia Records. The song reached No. 1 on the Billboard Hot Soul Singles chart and No. 5 on the Billboard Hot 100.
"Sing a Song" spent two weeks atop the Billboard Hot Soul Songs chart. The song was composed by Maurice White with Al McKay and produced by White and Charles Stepney. An instrumental version of Sing a Song was the b-side of the single. Sing a Song also came off the band's 1975 album, Gratitude.
Samples and covers
"Sing a Song" was covered by the gospel group Point of Grace on their 1996 album, Life Love & Other Mysteries and jazz guitarist Richard Smith on his 2003 album SOuLIDIFIED. Take 6 also covered the song on their 1996 album, Brothers.
Appearances in other media
|U.S. Billboard Hot 100||5|
|U.S. Billboard Hot Dance Club Play||5|
|U.S. Billboard Hot Soul Singles||1|
- Earth, Wind & Fire: Sing a Song (Liner notes and text). Columbia Records. November 1975.
- "Earth, Wind & Fire: Sing A Song (Hot Soul Songs)". billboard.com.
- "Earth, Wind & Fire: Sing A Song (Hot 100)". billboard.com.
- Point of Grace Songbook. Hal Lenoard. 1998.
- "Take 6: Brothers". jazztimes.com.
- "Earth, Wind & Fire: Sing a Song". genius.com.
- "The Color of Friendship (Soundtrack)". imdb.com.
- "Something's Gotta Give (Soundtrack)". imdb.com.
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