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I Want To Take You Higher - Sly & The Family Stone - Greatest Hits (CD)

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  1. Sly & The Family Stone’s most enduring accomplishment was to enhance their relentless and progressive funkiness, then to distill it down into a format that was more commercially friendly, getting back to the music within the funk construct and for that aspect alone, Sly will be remembered for all time, as no one has been able to accomplish this aspect with the grace and harmonic texture.
  2. Feb 03,  · The smashes Dance to the Music; Everyday People; Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin); I Want to Take You Higher, and Hot Fun in the Summertime join Stand!; Life; M'Lady, and more! sencorisabfiminnugabalabira.co 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/5(67).
  3. Released by EPIC Records on 11/21/70, SLY & THE FAMILY STONE GREATEST HITS (KE ) was the band's best-selling LP. It peaked at #2 on Billboard's Only the next album of original material, THERE'S A RIOT GOIN' ON, hit #1, but it never moved as many copies as this compilation. All songs are written by Sylvester Stewart (Sly Stone).4/5(3).
  4. [Sly: Harmonica solo] [All Repeated:] Higher! [Sly:] C'mon light my fire Want to take you higher [All:] Boom shaka-laka-laka Boom shaka-laka-laka [Freddie:] Feeling that should make you move [Larry:] Sounds that should help you groove [Rose:] Music still flashin' me [Sly:] Take your places I want to take you higher Baby baby baby light my fire.
  5. Greatest Hits is a compilation album by American recording group Sly and the Family sencorisabfiminnugabalabira.co was first released on November 21, , by Epic Records. Comprising five singles and their b-sides along with one additional single and one album track, it includes all of the singles from the albums Dance to the Music (), Life (), and Stand! (), and all of their charting B-sides.
  6. I became a Sly & The Family Stone fan in the 6th grade when "Dance To The Music" was their latest hit, and faithfully followed every musical move that Sly made. So when Epic released the Greatest Hits album I was pumped-up with anticipation at the thought of having the STEREO versions of "Everybody Is A Star", "Hot Fun In The Summertime" and.
  7. Sly: Harmonica solo All Repeated: Higher! Sly: C'mon light my fire Want to take you higher. All: Boom shaka-laka-laka Boom shaka-laka-laka. Freddie: Feeling that should make you move Larry: Sounds that should help you groove Rose: Music still flashin' me Sly: Take your places I want to take you higher Baby baby baby light my fire. Freddie.
  8. Finally! Here is the Sly & The Family Stone Greatest Hits album on CD--but this one is remastered having sound that is far, far better than the previous CD issue. Every song is in stereo, while the previous CD of this album had two or three songs in mono. This remastered issue would make the /5().

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