Earth, Wind & Fire ‎– Faces

ARC (3) ‎– KC2 36795, Columbia ‎– KC2 36795
2 × Vinyl, LP, Album, Promo

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A1 Let Me Talk 4:08
A2 Turn It Into Something Good 3:53
A3 Pride 4:02
A4 You
Saxophone [Solo] – Don Myrick
B1 Sparkle 3:51
B2 Back On The Road
Guitar [Solo] – Steve Lukather
B3 Song In My Heart 4:18
B4 You Went Away
Guitar [Solo] – Steve Lukather
C1 And Love Goes On 4:06
C2 Sailaway
Trombone [Solo] – Louis Satterfield
C3 Take It To The Sky
Guitar [Solo] – Johnny Graham
C4 Win Or Lose 3:55
D1 Share Your Love 3:17
D2 In Time 3:44
D3 Faces
Horn [Solo] – Don Myrick, Rahmlee Michael Davis

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White Label Promotional Pressing (The bottom of the labels reads: DEMONSTRATION NOT FOR SALE).

Issued with Custom Printed Inner-Sleeves with Credits and Lyrics. also Issued with Giant Fold-Out Poster Insert.

Produced by Maurice White for Kalimba Productions.
Recorded thru September 1980.
Special thanks to Doug Sax for his "sound" advice.
Special thanks to The Creator, Our Guiding Light.

Jeff Clayton (3) is miscredited as playing the trombone on this release. In fact, he plays the saxophone (as verified with the artiste himself).

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
KC2 36795 Earth, Wind & Fire Faces(2xLP, Album, Emb) ARC (3), Columbia KC2 36795 US 1980 Sell This Version
CBS 88498 Earth, Wind & Fire Faces(2xLP, Album, Emb) Suzy CBS 88498 Yugoslavia 1980 Sell This Version
CBS 88498 Earth, Wind & Fire Faces(2xLP, Album, Gat) CBS CBS 88498 Europe 1980 Sell This Version
SICP 20361-2 Earth, Wind & Fire Faces(2xCD, Album, RE, Blu) Sony Records Int'l, ARC (3) SICP 20361-2 Japan 2012 Sell This Version
AGP 85/86 Earth, Wind & Fire Faces(2xLP, Album) CBS AGP 85/86 South Africa 1980 Sell This Version



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June 18, 2016
edited over 2 years ago

This 2 LP showcases EWF's excellent musicianship and ability to craft fabulous grooves, as well as touching love songs. The album stays consistent throughout and is well worth your time. While it is without a big 'hit' like "September," "Let's Groove," or "Shining Star," the album's overall craft and quality is sure to satisfy both EWF aficionados and casual listeners alike.