Sly & The Family Stone - Stand! / You Can Make It If You Try (Vinyl)

Please try again later. Crank Top Contributor: Rock Music. Verified Purchase. One of the best albums of the time period. Stand is a bit of a milestone. It has that funk and rock vibe perfected like few others. There isn't a bad song on here, and there are a few ultra classics that cannot be denied. Whatever your taste in music, this should be in your library as a cultural artifact of the 60s. Released just before the major Woodstock performance, it's probably the band at their peak.

The remaster is dynamic and lively. Faithful to the band and their sound. One person found this helpful. There is very little bass on this cut. Too bad, because I love the album. Will look elsewhere for a better remaster. One of the cuts sounds like they're singing underwater. The music is excellent. The disc has bonus cuts. The jewel box came cracked pretty badly. Good sly album. The doc has sent this vinyl in VG condition and I recommend him as seller.

Regarding the album itself, it is just a classic masterpiece and a blueprint for the funk to come later in the 70s. A must have for any funkateer and music fans to dig. If you wanna get the "fourth" by Sly, and then some, this is it!

Took a little bit to get it import, you know but it was worth it! Now you get it! Good music. See all reviews. Retrieved February 11, New York: Plume. Retrieved February 1, Review for Fresh by Sly and the Family Stone. Retrieved on February 4, Leon Russell. New York Post. Retrieved July 23, Dance to the Music Vinyl recording.

New York: St. Martin's Press. Sly and the Family Stone: 'Different strokes for different folks. Encyclopedia of Music in the 20th Century. Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Archived from the original on November 23, Retrieved on Excerpt: "'Undisputed Truth was one of Motown's boldest acts. They were the brainchild of legendary producer Norman Whitfield, who described them as 'a perfect cross between Sly and the Family Stone and the 5th Dimension.

Arrested Development. Review for There's a Riot Goin' On. Review: There's a Riot Goin' On. Guinness Book of Top Albums 1 ed. Gullane Children's Books. Review for Head Hunters by Herbie Hancock. New York: Sony Music Entertainment. The other artists listed are among those who participated in the Sly and the Family Stone tribute album Different Strokes by Different Strokes , and discuss their participation in the podcast. Retrieved November 14, Retrieved February 16, Archived November 8, , at Archive-It Grammy.

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By the tail-end of the Sixties, Sly and The Family Stone were riding about as high as anybody could. The group topped the American pop charts (no mean feat), performed for many the show stealing performance at Woodstock and were continually lauded for their grounbreaking synthesis of Soul/Funk and Rock, releasing songs that were irresistably catchy, lyrically savvy and dancable/5().

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Unipak Vinyl release of Stand! on Discogs/5().
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Gatefold Vinyl release of Stand! on Discogs. Label: Epic - ECPL • Format: Vinyl LP, Album Gatefold • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock, Funk / Soul • Style: Psychedelic, Funk, Soul.
  3. Produced and Arranged by Sly Stone for Stone Flower Productions Engineers: Don Puluse, Brian Ross-Myring, Phil Macey Top right corner: BN + Epic logo Bottom: Manufactured by Epic Records/CBS, Inc. Printed in U.S.A. Sleeve inner-side: UNIPAK U.S. patent no. 3,,/5(53).
  4. 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.
  5. Stand! is the fourth album by soul/funk band Sly and the Family Stone, released on May 3, Written and produced by lead singer and multi-instrumentalist 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.
  6. Stand! B2: I Want To Take You Higher: B3: Don't You Call Me Nigger, Whitey: B4: You Can Make It If You Try: B5: Hot Fun In The Summertime: C1: Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin) C2: Everybody Is A Star: C3: Family Affair: C4: Runnin' Away: C5 (You Caught Me) Smilin' D1: Thank You For Talkin' To Me Africa: D2: Babies Makin' Babies: D3: If.
  7. Nov 04,  · Stand!, the fourth album from Sly & the Family Stone, could have almost pulled double-duty as a greatest hits package for the with sure-fire winners, this LP put Sly and Co. firmly on the road to super-stardom. Four of the album's seven songs, including the Hall of Fame tracks "Everyday People" and "I Want To Take You Higher," shot straight into the national charts/5().

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