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You Can Make It If You Try - Sly And The Family Stone* - The Collection

Label: Epic - 88697 06434 2,Legacy - 88697 06434 2,Epic - 88697 07920 2,Legacy - 88697 07920 2 • Format: 7x, CD Album, Compilation, Limited Edition, Reissue, Remastered DVD Box Set • Country: US • Genre: Rock, Funk / Soul • Style: Funk
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Active from toit was pivotal in the development of funksoulrockand psychedelic music. It was the first major American rock group to have a racially integratedmale and female lineup. Formed inthe group's music synthesized a variety of disparate musical genres to help pioneer the emerging " psychedelic soul " sound. Music critic Joel Selvin wrote, "there are two types of black music: black music before Sly Stone, and black music after Sly Stone".

The band was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Sylvester Stewart was born into the DallasTexasfamily of K. While attending high school, Sylvester and Freddie joined student bands. One of Sylvester's high school musical groups was a doo-wop act called The Viscaynes. The Viscaynes released a few local singlesand Sylvester recorded several solo singles under the name "Danny Stewart".

Since both Sly and Freddie were guitarists, Sly appointed Freddie the official guitarist for the Family Stone, and taught himself to play the electronic organ.

Sly also recruited Larry Graham to play bass guitar. Vanetta Stewart wanted to join the band as well. Sly recruited the teenagers directly out of high school to become Little SisterSly and the Family Stone's background vocalists.

Davis talked Sly into writing and recording a record, and he and the band reluctantly provided the single " Dance to the Music ". Rose's brothers had invited her to join the band from the beginning, but she initially had been reluctant to leave her steady job at a local record store. The Dance to the Music album went on to decent sales, but the follow-up, Lifewas not as successful commercially.

It was cut short after Graham was arrested for possession of marijuana and because Monterey Blues - Wes Montgomery And His Brothers* - Monterey Blues / June In January disagreements with concert promoters. The Stand! The success of Stand!

They performed their set Alcohol - Cirrosis - Demo II the early-morning hours of August 17, ; their performance was said (Just Like) Romeo & Juliet - Sha Na Na* - Sha Na Na Is Here To Stay be one of the best shows of the festival.

The full-length television program for which it was filmed never aired. With the band's new-found fame and success came numerous problems. Relationships within the band were deteriorating; there was friction in particular between the Stone brothers and Larry Graham. After moving to the Los Angeles area in fallSly Stone and his fellow band members became heavy users of illegal drugs, primarily cocaine and PCP.

InSly Stone spent most of his waking hours on drugs. Valtrano to be Sly's bodyguards. Sly enlisted these individuals to handle his business dealings, to retrieve drugs, and to protect him from those he considered his enemies, some of whom were his own bandmates and staff.

He was replaced with a succession of drummers until Sly settled on Gerry Gibson, who only remained with the band for a year before being replaced by Andy Newmark in To appease fan demand for new songs, Epic began re-releasing material. A Whole New Thing was reissued with a new cover, and several of the Family Stone's most popular recordings were packaged into the band's first Greatest Hits album.

Greatest Hits reached number two on the Billboard in During this period, Sly Stone negotiated a production deal with Atlantic Recordsresulting in his own imprint, Stone Flower Productions. For unclear reasons, Sly gradually withdrew his attention from Stone Flower, and the label was closed in Little Sister's "Somebody's Watching You" is the first popular recording to feature the use of a drum machine for its rhythm track.

InSly You Can Make It If You Try - Sly And The Family Stone* - The Collection the Family Stone returned with a new single, " Family Affair ", which became a number-one single on the Billboard Hot Instead of the optimistic, rock-laced soul that had characterized the Family Stone's s output, There's a Riot Goin' On was urban bluesfilled with dark instrumentation, filtered drum machine tracks, and plaintive vocals representing the hopelessness Sly and many other people were feeling in the early s.

After the release of RiotAre You Coming (With Me) - Madness - The Rise & Fall lineup changes took place.

In earlyreacting to Jerry Martini's probing about his share of the band's earnings, Sly hired saxophonist Pat Rizzo as a potential replacement [43] though both ended up remaining in the band. A post-concert brawl broke out between the Graham and Sly entourages; Bubba Banks and Eddie Chin, having heard that Larry had hired a hit man to kill Sly, assaulted Graham's associates. Despite the loss of the original rhythm section and Sly's escalating cocaine use, the band's next album, Freshwas released in By this time, Sly's sound had become more stripped down, yet more syncopated and rhythmically complex.

During the You Can Make It If You Try - Sly And The Family Stone* - The Collection , Sly or another of the band members would often miss a gig, refuse to play, or pass out from drug use, impacting their live bookings. Ken Roberts became the group's promoter, and later their general manager, when other representatives would not work with the band because of their erratic attendance.

The famed music hall was only one-eighth filled, and Sly and company had to scrape together money to return home. Rose Stone was pulled out of the band by Bubba Banks, who was then her husband.

She began a solo career, recording a Motown-style album under the name Rose Banks in Freddie Stone joined Larry Graham's group, Graham Central Stationfor a time; after collaborating with his brother one last time in for Back on the Right Trackhe retired from the music industry and eventually became the pastor of the Evangelist Temple Fellowship Center in Vallejo.

KingSteve Winwood and others. Although Sly continued to collaborate with some of the original Family Stone members on occasion, the actual band no longer existed. Sly played most of the instruments on record himself; he maintained a band to support him for live shows.

Epic released Stone from his contract inand in released 10 Years Too Soona remix album featuring disco versions of the s Family Stone hits. Sly signed with Warner Bros. Although the album featured contributions from Freddie and Rose Stone, Sly remained unable to return to the success of his late '60s and early '70s fame.

That year, Clinton and Sly began work on a new Sly Stone album; however, recording halted when Clinton and Funkadelic disputed with and left Warner Bros. Records in late The album sold poorly and received mixed critical reception, but Sly made an appearance on Late Night With David Letterman that year.

In June in Ft. Meyers, Florida, he was arrested on drug possession and entered court-ordered drug rehabilitation in Once released Sly continued sporadically releasing new singles and collaborations until a arrest and conviction for cocaine possession and use.

Afterwards, he stopped releasing music. On August 16,the album I'm Back! One month later, on September 25,the New York Post reported that Sly Stone was now homeless and living out of a white camper-van in Los Angeles: "The van is parked on a residential street in Crenshaw, the rough Los Angeles neighborhood where 'Boyz n the Hood' was set. A retired couple makes sure he eats once a day, and Stone showers at their house.

Sly Stone produced for and performed with black and white musicians during his early career, and he integrated music by white artists into black radio station KSOL's playlist as a DJ. Similarly, the Sly and the Family Stone sound was a melting pot of many influences and cultures, including James Brown funk, Motown popStax soul, Broadway showtunes, and psychedelic rock music.

The You Can Make It If You Try - Sly And The Family Stone* - The Collection for the band's songs were often pleas for peace, love, and understanding among people. These calls against prejudice and self-hate were underscored by the band's on-stage appearance. Caucasians Gregg Errico and Jerry Martini were members of the band at a time when integrated performance bands were virtually unknown; integration had only recently become enforced by law.

Females Cynthia Robinson and Rosie Stone played instruments onstage, rather than just providing You Can Make It If You Try - Sly And The Family Stone* - The Collection or serving as visual accompaniment for the male members. Although "Dance to the Music" was the band's only hit single until latethe impact of that single and the Dance to the Music and Life albums reverberated across the music industry. Larry Graham invented the " slapping technique " of bass guitar Blown By The Sun - Wolf~Loup & Friends - Anti (File, Album), which became synonymous with funk music.

The later work of Sly and the Family Stone was as influential as the band's early work. There's a Riot Goin' OnFreshand Small Talk are considered among the first and best examples of the matured version of funk music, after prototypical instances of the sound Jennifer Holliday - No Frills Love the band's s work.

Sly Stone ultimately discovered that his utopia had a ghetto, and he brilliantly tore the whole thing down on There's a Riot Goin' Onwhich does not refute the joy of his earlier music. Sly had found something else to take him higher and, as a result, Riot is a record very much informed by drugs, paranoia, and a sort of halfhearted malcontent [ It's significant in the annals of pop and soul because it is blunt and unflinching, because it reflects personal and cultural crises in a manner unbecoming for pop records at the time.

Riot can be classified as avant-soul only after being recognized as a soul nightmare—the 'nightmare', so to speak, being a reflection of an unfortunate and uncompromised reality, not a glossed-over pop-music approximation of reality.

Writer Colin Larkin described the album as "unlike anything heard before in black music". Miles Davis was similarly inspired by the band and worked with Sly Stone on his recordings, resulting in On the Corner ; the sartorial and band lineup changes hallmarked jazz fusion. The original members of the Family Stone were in attendance, except Sly. Just as the band took the podium to receive their awards, Sly suddenly appeared.

He accepted his award, made some very brief remarks "See you soon"and disappeared from public view. The project features cover versions of the band's songs, songs which sample the original recordings, and songs that do both. The group was inducted into the Vocal Group Hall of Fame in The original plan, to have been a surprise for audiences, was to feature a reunion performance by the original Sly and the Family Stone lineup as the highlight of the tribute.

However, the Grammy Award show's producers were worried that Sly Stone, who missed some of the rehearsals and belatedly arrived for others, would miss the show. The tribute began halfway through the Grammy Awards ceremony, and was introduced by comedian Dave Chappelle. After the first half of "I Want to Take You Higher", the Family Stone took the stage alongside the other musicians, and Tyler called backstage "Hey, Sly; let's do it the way we used to do it!

Sly's unusual appearance and brief performance garnered highly mixed reviews and was covered throughout the press. An Associated Press report referred to Sly as the " J. Salinger of funk" and simply referred to the performance as being "bizarre".

This listing features the lineup from to From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. American band. Sly and the Family Stone in Funk psychedelic soul rock. Main article: Sly Stone. Main article: Sly and the Family Stone discography. Retrieved May 20,


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  7. The closer to Sly and the Family Stone’s seminal album ‘Stand!’, ‘You Can Make It If You Try’, like the rest of the album, is about standing up to the racial oppression that existed in.
  8. I have owned the Earliest Epic Records Label CD of Sly & The Family Stone since the mid 90s and it has most of their Classic Tunes on it (Dance To The Music", "Hot Fun In The Summertime" etc) but what caught my eye about this Playlist CD is "Family Affair" & "If You Want Me To Stay" are on this CD/5(48).
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