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Sun Goddess [Bonus Tracks]
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Album: Sun Goddess [Bonus Tracks]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Sun Goddess - (featuring Phillip Bailey/Verdine White)
2)    Living for the City
3)    Love Song
4)    Jungle Strut - (featuring Derf Reklaw-Raheem)
5)    Hot Dawgit - (featuring Phillip Bailey/Maurice White/Verdine White)
6)    Tambura
7)    Gemini Rising
8)    Sun Goddess [7" Version] - (featuring Phillip Bailey/Maurice White/Verdine White)
9)    Jungle Strut [7" Version] - (featuring Derf Reklaw-Raheem)
10)    Sun Goddess [Uk 7" Version] - (featuring Phillip Bailey/Maurice White/Verdine White)
 

Album: Sun Goddess [Bonus Tracks]
# Song Title   Time
1)    Sun Goddess - (featuring Phillip Bailey/Verdine White)
2)    Living for the City
3)    Love Song
4)    Jungle Strut - (featuring Derf Reklaw-Raheem)
5)    Hot Dawgit - (featuring Phillip Bailey/Maurice White/Verdine White)
6)    Tambura
7)    Gemini Rising
8)    Sun Goddess [7" Version] - (featuring Phillip Bailey/Maurice White/Verdine White)
9)    Jungle Strut [7" Version] - (featuring Derf Reklaw-Raheem)
10)    Sun Goddess [Uk 7" Version] - (featuring Phillip Bailey/Maurice White/Verdine White)
 
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  • Personnel includes: Ramsey Lewis (piano, electric piano, ARP synthesizer, string synthesizer, electric guitar); Verdine White (vocals, bass); Maurice White (vocals, drums, timbales); Phillip Bailey (vocals, congas); Don Meyrick (tenor saxophone); Charles Stepney (Fender Rhodes piano, ARP synthesizer, electric guitar); Cleveland Eaton (acoustic & electric basses); Maurice Jennings (drums, percussion).
  • Producers include: Teo Macero, Ramsey Lewis, Maurice White.
  • Engineers include: Lester Smith, Dave Antler, Paul Serrano.
  • All tracks have been digitally remastered.
  • Liner Note Author: Alex Henderson.
  • Pianist Ramsey Lewis first came to fame as the purveyor of swinging soul-jazz in the mid 1960s, but like a lot of musicians he underwent some major changes by the end of that decade. SUN GODDESS (1974), Lewis's biggest success of the decade, is miles away from the finger-snapping supper-club sounds of "The In Crowd." By this time, Lewis had transformed himself into a jazz fusion funkateer, riffing on electric piano and synthesizer amid arrangements that meld jazz with funk, R&B, and yes, even touches of progressive rock. SUN GODDESS is also something of a stealth Earth, Wind & Fire album, as it features most of the key players from that band, and bears echoes of EWF's jazzier, more atmospheric side.
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