I Want To Take You Higher - Sly & The Family Stone - Greatest Hits (Vinyl, LP, Album)


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Label: Epic - FCPA 519 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Compilation, Club Edition, Stereo • Country: Japan • Genre: Funk / Soul •


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  1. Nov 09,  · It wasn’t until the release of their Greatest Hit’s album at the end of the year in that the world recognized Sly & The Family Stone were one of the most dynamic bands of all time, delivering a solid album of instant classics that have never been out of reach for me. That being said, it’s odd to think that the band only stuck it out /5(K).
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of I Want To Take You Higher / Stand! on Discogs. Label: Epic - • Format: Vinyl 7 Sly & The Family Stone - I Want To Take You Higher /5(3).
  3. About the song "I Want to Take You Higher" opens with a bluesy guitar riff played by Freddie bronsyscitanhorug.branyvattalirosessupoonasimpu.co song, one of the most upbeat recordings in the Family Stone canon, is a remake of sorts of "Higher", a song from the band's Dance to the Music LP. "Higher" itself has its origins in "Advice", a song Sly Stone co-wrote and arranged for Billy Preston's album The Wildest Organ In Town in
  4. Jan 09,  · Sly & The Family Stone Stand () I Want to Take You Higher (Sylvester Stewart) Sly Stone: vocals, organ, guitar, piano, harmonica Freddie Stone: vocals, g.
  5. In late , Sly and the Family Stone released the single "Everyday People", which became their first No. 1 hit. "Everyday People" was a protest against prejudice of all kinds and popularized the catchphrase "different strokes for different folks". With its B-side "Sing a Simple Song", it served as the lead single for the band's fourth album, Stand!, which was released on May 3,
  6. About “I Want To Take You Higher” The B side of the band’s big hit Stand! – it became a hit on its own and a concert favorite, not the least a remarkable performance at Woodstock.
  7. Reissue of KE Orange label, no barcode, no KE stickers, printed PE. Track B1 listed just above center hole on label. Comes in a gatefold sleeve. Pressed at the Columbia Records Pressing Plant Pitman, as denoted by the "P" in the runout/5().
  8. As the title would lead to you to believe, these are the greatest hits from a group that had a fair share of hits in the late '60s and early '70s. Too pop savvy to be merely a funk band, and too damn funky to be just a rock band, Sly and his multicultural crew made intelligent party music that crossed boundaries and became AM radio staples/5(67).

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