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R.I.P. Andrew Woolfolk

Saxophonist Andrew Woolfolk, who joined Earth, Wind and Fire in 1972 has passed. Woolfolk also played on recordings by Phil Collins, Deniece Williams, Tracie Spencer and a solo album of EWF singer Phillip Bailey.

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Reply #1 posted 05/01/22 8:08pm

RJOrion

I'll always remember his amazing sax solo on the live version of "Sun Goddess" on the "Gratitude" album😥
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Reply #2 posted 05/11/22 10:40am

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Andrew and the Elements provided some of the most beautiful music I've ever heard. Rest in peace brother!

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Reply #3 posted 05/12/22 9:01pm

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Hate tto hear albout Andrew but he was a staple of EWF's horn section along with

Don Myrick and company known as the Phenix Horns. I saw Phillip Bailey post a picture of him

and Andrew a few weeks ago and he looked totally different. I would have never recognized him

with dreads. RIP

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Reply #4 posted 05/12/22 9:11pm

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RJOrion said:

I'll always remember his amazing sax solo on the live version of "Sun Goddess" on the "Gratitude" album😥

oh yeah.....his sax playing is so hypnotic,all throughout that album.

rest in peace,Andrew

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