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After The Love Has Gone (ver. 1) by Jay Graydon - Piano Sheets and Free Sheet Music

  
About the Song
"After the Love Has Gone" is a 1979 hit single for Earth, Wind & Fire, written by David Foster, Jay Graydon, and Chicago band member Bill Champlin for the album I Am. It reached #2 on the Billboard magazine Hot 100 singles chart. "After the Love Has Gone" was nominated for a Grammy for Record of the Year and won for Best R&B Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group. After the Love Has Gone has been placed on Bruce Pollock's list of The 7,500 Most Important Songs of 1944-2000. "After the Love Has Gone" was very successful commercially, selling over a million copies. It has been certified Gold as up until the RIAA lowered the sales levels for certified singles in 1989, a Gold single equaled 1 million units sold. Jay Graydon is a Los Angeles songwriter, recording artist, guitarist, producer, arranger, and recording engineer. He is the winner of two Grammy Awards (in the R&B category) with twelve Grammy.    Download this sheet!
About the Artist
Jay Graydon is a Los Angeles songwriter, recording artist, guitarist, producer, arranger, and recording engineer. He is the winner of two Grammy Awards (in the R&B category) with twelve Grammy nominations, among them the title "Producer of the Year" and "Best Engineered Recording". Jay Graydon has mastered many different styles and genres. In his career his recordings have been featured on record, film, television, and on stage. Jay Graydon has just finished his latest album titled "Scene 29" - co-written with highly acclaimed hit maker Randy Goodrum - as a group named JaR. The album is a melodic masterpiece with songs across the board - a mixture of Pop, R&B, AC, AOR and Jazz. It is superbly crafted, loaded with original, sophisticated, catchy songs, with subtle harmonies and interesting melodic hooks. The musical concept is totally new, yet slightly familiar to anyone into the Steely Dan sound, as the songs build on a similar formula with complex jazz-influenced chord structures that are pleasant to the ear with unexpected musical twists, as well as apt, fun and innovative lyrics. Further, the groove is mature with exceptional playing and singing,.
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