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Sly and the Family Stone: Higher

Label: Epic/Legacy
Released: 2013
Track listing: CD1: I Just Learned How To Swim; Scat Swim; Buttermilk (Part One); Dance All Night; Temptation Walk (Part One); I Ain’t Got Nobody (For Real); I Can’t Turn You Loose; Higher; Underdog; Bad Risk; Let Me Hear It From You; Advice; If This Room Could Talk; I Cannot Make It; Trip To Your Heart; I Hate To Love Her; Silent Communication; I Get High On You (version one); I Remember; My Woman’s Head. CD2: What’s That Got To Do With Me; Fortune And Fame; What Would I Do; Only One Way Out Of This Mess; I Know What You Came To Say; Dance To The Music; Ride The Rhythm; Color Me True; Are You Ready; Don’t Burn Baby; We Love All; Danse A La Musique; Small Fries; Chicken; Into My Own Thing; Live; Love City; M’lady; Dynamite; Undercat. CD3: Everyday People; Sing A Simple Song; I Get High On You (version two); Wonderful World Of Color; Pressure: I Want To Take You Higher; Seven More Days; Feathers; Somebody’s Watching You; Sex Machine; Hot Fun In The Summertime; Everybody Is A Star; Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin); Stand!; You Can Make It If You Try; Dance To The Music; Medley: Music Lover/I Want To Take You Higher/Music Lover. CD4: Luv N’ Haight; Family Affair; Brave & Strong; Runnin’ Away; (You Caught Me) Smilin’; Spaced Cowboy; You’re The One; In Time; If You Want Me To Stay; Frisky; Skin I’m In; If It Were Left Up To Me; Time For Livin’; Can’t Strain My Brain; Loose Booty; Le Lo Li; Crossword Puzzle; Family Again; Hoboken; High.

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Sly and the Family Stone: Higher

Read "Sly and the Family Stone: Higher" reviewed by Carlo Wolff

Sylvester Stewart is a maddening guy. Both a cock of the walk and abjectly self-destructive, the man better known as Sly Stone, leader of the Family Stone, psychedelicized funk better, or at least more notoriously, than anyone else as the 1960s collapsed into the 1970s. In albums like Dance to the Music (1968), the 1969 breakout ...


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