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).
Complete your Sly & The Family Stone collection. I bought 2 copies of this vinyl album back in 12/16. I was impressed with the sound and pressing quality. It was definitely pressed by RTI. All the tracks are true stereo, fortunately. Some of the tracks are actually the SQ quadraphonic versions from the 1970's as there never was an official stereo mix, like with "Hot Fun In The Summertime". Surprisingly, when I recorded this album t. av file, I didn't have to run it through my tick and pop remover program. This color vinyl LP version sounds a lot better than the original poorly done CD version. If you want it, get it.
Sly And The Family Stone – Anthology. Label: Epic – EGK 37071. Format: CD, Compilation. Producer – Sly Stone, Sylvester Stewart (tracks: 14, 15). Written-By – S. Stewart (tracks: 1 to 19). Notes.
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Either compilation functions as an excellent introduction, but Anthology is more comprehensive, giving it the edge as a first purchase.
Anthology - Студийный альбом от Sly & The Family Stone. В альбом вошло 20 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 01:14:10. If You Want Me to Stay.
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Sly and The Family Stone remains an R&B ensemble who not only bridged together multi-racial unity within their lineup – being one of the first, if not the first, bands to sport black and white members (a practice that bands like War and Santana would also later utilize) – but also attempted to do that same bridging with their audience. They were led by the eccentric genius Sly Stone, who was the nerve center of the band and had a knack for songwriting in the kind of manner that befit his contemporaries like Stevie Wonder and Marvin Gaye, but also did it outside of his own boxes, creating a body of work that is still considered to be some of the best R&. B/Funk/Rock/Pop music ever recorded.
|A1||Dance To The Music|
|A5||Sing A Simple Song|
|B2||I Want To Take You Higher|
|B3||Don't You Call Me Nigger, Whitey|
|B4||You Can Make It If You Try|
|B5||Hot Fun In The Summertime|
|C1||Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin)|
|C2||Everybody Is A Star|
|C5||(You Caught Me) Smilin'|
|D1||Thank You For Talkin' To Me Africa|
|D2||Babies Makin' Babies|
|D3||If You Want Me To Stay|
|D4||Que Sera Sera (Whatever Will Be, Will Be)|
|EGK 37071||Sly And The Family Stone*||Anthology (CD, Comp, RP)||Epic||EGK 37071||US||Unknown|
|EPC 22119||Sly & The Family Stone||Anthology (2xLP, Comp)||Epic||EPC 22119||UK||1981|
|460175 1||Sly & The Family Stone||Anthology (2xLP, Comp, RE)||Epic||460175 1||US||1981|
|FRM-37071||Sly & The Family Stone||Anthology (2xLP, Album, Comp, Ltd, RE, Tra)||Epic, Friday Music||FRM-37071||US||2016|
|MHCP-174||Sly And The Family Stone*||Anthology (CD, Comp)||Sony Music||MHCP-174||Japan||2004|