|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|2||I Need You||2||Audio||1985||CBS|
|3||Stand By Me||2||Audio||1985||Columbia|
|4||Stand By Me / Can't Stop Love||2||Audio||1985||Columbia|
|6||Maurice White||17||Audio||2001-05-09||SME Records|
|7||Stand By Me||3||Audio||1985||CBS|
|8||I Need You||2||Audio||1985||CBS|
|9||I Need You||2||Audio||1985||Columbia|
|11||Stand By Me||2||Audio||1985||CBS|
|13||When Love Goes Wrong||3||Audio||1997||Eagle Records|
|15||Stand By Me / Can't Stop Love||2||Audio||1985||Columbia|
|16||Maurice White||13||Audio||1991-09-01||Sony Records|
|17||Maurice White||11||Audio||1985||Discos CBS|
|18||Stand By Me / Can't Stop Love||2||Audio||1985||Columbia|
|20||Gatchaman||11||Audio||1999||Ever Anime International Records|
|21||Stand By Me||2||Audio||1989||CBS|
Known to his friends as "Reese" Maurice White is an American R&B and funk singer, born on December 19, 1941 in Memphis, Tennessee. A childhood friend of [a=Booker T. Jones] he was bitten by the music bug early and after finishing high school moved to Chicago where he worked as a session musician, usually playing drums, on many [l=Chess] sessions of the early 60s.
He spent the mid to late 60s working with [a=Ramsey Lewis] and then formed [a=Earth, Wind & Fire] in 1969 with local Chicago singers, but relocated the band to Los Angeles in 1970 where they found success. He is the brother of [a=Fred White] and [a=Verdine White].
As a result of sickness (Parkinson's) he left the music scene a few years ago.
Inducted into Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2010.