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  1. Aug 27,  · Let the music take you higher! Highlights from the 4cd / 8lp box set Higher!.And see also Sly And The Family Stone* - Sly & The Family Stone: Higher!(Two 1-Hour Radio Specials).4/5(1).
  2. Aug 27,  · All through the brilliant highs and the murky lows of the late '60s and early '70s, Sly & The Family Stone had the globe dancing to the music. The creativity of the mixed-race, mixed-gender, and mixed-genre band shines in this CD of highlights from the new track, four-cd box set/5(7).
  3. Epic Records album index: A – from A Whole New Thing (originally released November , as Epic LN , mono) B – from A Whole New Thing (Expanded Edition) (originally released April , as Epic/ Legacy 2) C – from Dance To The Music (originally released April , as Epic BN ) D – from Dance To The Music (Expanded Edition) (originally released April , as.
  4. – Sly & The Family Stone: I Ain’t Got Nobody (For Real) – Sly & The Family Stone: I Can’t Turn You Loose – Sly & The Family Stone: Higher – Sly & The Family Stone: Underdog – Sly & The Family Stone: Bad Risk – Sly & The Family Stone: Let Me Hear It From You – Sly & The Family Stone: Advice – Sly & The Family Stone: If This /5(81).
  5. At the peak of their career, Sly & the Family Stone topped the charts with a Greatest Hits album -- in , it was their first LP to crack the Billboard Top , peaking at number two; an argument could be made that it was the LP that cemented their stardom -- and over the years, they've been anthologized many times, almost each compilation worthwhile, but they've never been subjected to a 10/
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Original Album Classics on Discogs. Label: Legacy - ,Epic - • Series: Original Album Classics • Format: 5x, CD Album, Reissue Box Set Compilation • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock, Funk / Soul • Style: Funk, Soul, Psychedelic Rock.
  7. Jul 17,  · "I Want to Take You Higher" by Sly & The Family Stone Listen to Sly & The Family Stone: Subscribe to the officia.
  8. Sly & The Family Stone were a singular power in their day: an extended family of musicians who broke past racial and gender lines to create music that played equally well on the concise format of AM Top 40 radio and the freeform anything-goes head music of late-'60s FM stations.

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