Sony/Legacy's 2009 set Playlist is a terrific budget-line collection of Sly & the Family Stone's hits, containing every one of their huge hits from "Dance to the Music" to Sly's solo "I Get High on Yo.
Greatest Hits is a compilation album by American recording group Sly and the Family Stone. It was first released on November 21, 1970, by Epic Records. Comprising five singles and their b-sides along with one additional single and one album track, it includes all of the singles from the albums Dance to the Music (1968), Life (1968), and Stand! (1969), and all of their charting B-sides.
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A discography for the American band Sly and the Family Stone. All B-sides are also listed. Chart positions generally apply to the A-side only; if a B-side charted as well, its position is listed below the position of the A-side. 1970: Greatest Hits (Epic). 1979: Ten Years Too Soon (Epic, disco remix album). 1981: Sly & the Family Stone Anthology (Epic). 1994: Precious Stone: Sly Stone in the Studio 1963–1965 (Ace).
The very best of Sly and The Family Stone is all right here. I Want To Take You Higher" is the ultimate kick-off, no question of it. "Sing A Simple Song" is considered to be a stepping stone funk-era anthem with a never-ending bass line that's guaranteed to any bass player hooked(No kidding). Here is the Sly & The Family Stone Greatest Hits album on CD-but this one is remastered having sound that is far, far better than the previous CD issue. Every song is in stereo, while the previous CD of this album had two or three songs in mono.
Family Affair (Single Version). Hot Fun In The Summertime. 5. Sing A Simple Song (Single Version). 6. Dance To The Music. 7. Everybody Is A Star (single Master).
Playlist: The Very Best of Sly & the Family Stone. What others are saying. Details about Bobby Womack - Best of Bobby Womack: The Soul Years Rmst. Purchase this original 1970 vinyl pressing of Greatest Hits, a compilation album from funk band Sly & The Family Stone.
Small Talk (Sly and the Family Stone album). Small Talk is the seventh album by Sly and the Family Stone, released by Epic/CBS Records in 1974. This album was the final LP to feature the original Family Stone, which broke up in January 1975. Small Talk's singles were "Time for Livin'" (the band's final Top 40 hit) and "Loose Booty", an up-tempo funk track which uses the names of Bible characters Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego as a chant
One of the most sociologically and stylistically integrated ensembles of all time, nothing quite compares to Sly and the Family Stone. Here, Nate Patrin presents a recap of the band’s greatest works and its indelible imprint on modern music. It almost seems preposterous to even bring up the possibility that Sly & the Family Stone are underrated, at least to a diehard music fan or even a casual enthusiast who remembers their late ’60s and early ’70s heyday.