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Sly and the Family Stone


Download links and information about Sly and the Family Stone by Sly And The Family Stone. This album was released in 1996 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock, Pop, Funk genres. It contains 21 tracks with total duration of 53:31 minutes.

Artist: Sly And The Family Stone
Release date: 1996
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Rock, Pop, Funk
Tracks: 21
Duration: 53:31
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No. Title Length
1. Every Dog Has His Day 2:05
2. Swim 2:09
3. Suki Suki Pt. 1 2:05
4. Seventh Son 2:14
5. Searchin' 2:27
6. Watermelon Man 3:01
7. I Can't Turn You Loose 3:10
8. Take My Advice 2:02
9. Rock Dirge 3:28
10. I Ain't Got Nobody (For Real) 2:39
11. Life of Fortune and Fame 3:16
12. You're My Only Love 2:14
13. You've Forgotten Me 2:15
14. Heavenly Angel 2:51
15. Oh! What a Night 2:15
16. Yellow Moon 2:44
17. Ain't That Lovin' You Babe 2:14
18. Nerves 2:27
19. Uncle Sam Needs You My Friend 2:41
20. Long Time Alone 3:03
21. If You Were Blue 2:11



Sylvester Stewart, better known as Sly Stone, led one of the most groundbreaking bands of the '60s, Sly & the Family Stone, who combined the deep grooves of funk and R&B with the power of rock and created a sound that made them one of the most popular and influential acts of the day, topping the record charts and stealing the show at Woodstock. In 1963, before Sly's group took off, he became a staff producer at an independent Bay Area label, Autumn Records. This collection features 21 rare early sides from his tenure at Autumn, which ended in 1966 when the label went out of business, and before the group signed with Epic Records in 1967, scoring their first hit with "Dance to the Music" in 1968. This set is short on hits, but offers a fascinating glimpse into the earliest days of Sly & the Family Stone as they were perfecting a formula that would set the world on fire.