Sly & The Family Stone - Stand! album download
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Stand! is the fourth album by soul/funk band Sly and the Family Stone, released on May 3, 1969. Written and produced by lead singer and t Sly Stone, Stand! is considered an artistic high-point of the band's career. Released by Epic Records, just before the group's celebrated performance at the Woodstock festival, it became the band's most commercially successful album to date
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Sylvester Stewart is Sly Stone. Código de Barras e Outros Identificadores. Matrix, Runout (Side A label): XSB139307. Sly And The Family Stone. Stand! (LP, Album).
Sly and the Family Stone discography. 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).
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Sly & The Family Stone released their fourth album, Stand! on May 3,1969, three months prior to the Woodstock Festival. The group’s pulsating performance at the festival boosted sales of the album and it sold over three million copies. It was reissued in 1990 on vinyl and CD. 02. of 10. "Everyday People" Billboard Hot 100 number one single. Sly Stone performing at the 1969 Woodstock Festival on August 17, 1969 in Bethel, New York. Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images.
Listen to Sly and the Family Stone's 'Everyday People'. The mercurial Sly Stone stood at the center of this intoxicating gumbo of sounds, a galvanizing figure with the vision to see an African-American as a rock guitarist, a female as a front-line horn player and a white guy as a funk drummer. Stone's brother Freddie and Cynthia Robinson, the trumpeter, were part of his earliest singles, but Stone was building toward something bigger. Their aesthetic read like a template for Sly and the Family Stone's best album. That could be in any culture; you're going to need to do that. So, he knew how to touch upon subjects that meant something to masses of people.