Background "After the Love Has Gone" was produced by Maurice White and written by David Foster, Jay Graydon, and Bill isbarseehosurderalmotarmantmicom.co single's B-side was a song called Rock That. Both songs came from Earth, Wind & Fire's studio album I Am.. The songs origin's date back to when David Foster was working on an album for Motown Records singer Jaye P. Morgan.
The follow-up to the debut. Whereas that was a full-on guitar shredding assault, All Systems Go has a much more restrained feel to it. Sure, it’s big and bombastic and when Vinnie cuts lose it’s amazing playing though here on All Systems Go he shows much more variation and finesse that the all-out speed-shredding of the debut album/5(76).
Comments: Jimmy from Nj Does anyone recognize the white female backup singer in the song ; Barry from Sauquoit, Ny On July 1st , "After the Love Has Gone" by Earth, Wind, and Fire entered Billboard's Hot Top chart at position #77; and on September 9th, it peaked at #2 (for 2 weeks) and spent 17 weeks on the Top (and for 9 of those 17 weeks it was on the Top 10).
The album was released in Japan and never took off in the United States. Foster later went to Motown to let the executives hear some of the material. Foster was in the middle of a song and ad-libbed the chorus to "After The Love Has Gone", as he had forgotten the words.
After the love is gone Time to change I should've known Say goodbye tell me to my face I will never be fooled again Our love has already changed After the love is gone Swear I can't go on After the love is gone After the love is gone baby Swear I can't go on After the love is gone Falling down each time I tried Falling down, with a broken pride.