Sly & The Family Stone - Woodstock album flac
The DJ Mono LP album(Also known as "Monaural") of Woodstock 1969 Concert shown in the first image of the video slide show is very hard to find
Sly & The Family Stone’s fourth album, Stand!, was released three months before Woodstock and became one of the most successful albums of the 1960s, ranking at on Rolling Stone ‘s list of 500 greatest albums of all time.
Sly and the Family Stone was an American band from San Francisco. Active from 1966 to 1983, it was pivotal in the development of funk, soul, rock, and psychedelic music. Its core line-up was led by singer-songwriter, producer, and t Sly Stone, and included Stone's brother and singer/guitarist Freddie Stone, sister and singer/keyboardist Rose Stone, trumpeter Cynthia Robinson, drummer Greg Errico, saxophonist Jerry Martini, and bassist Larry Graham.
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.
Very late on Saturday evening, or rather Sunday morning, came Sly & The Family Stone at 3:30 am. Led by Sly Stone, they were pioneers of Funk-Rock which was based on Soul and R&B music combined with psychedelic elements as well as Gospel. The band consisted of black and white members, and men and women, which was not usual at that time. Given their late appearance Sly & The Family Stone were remarkably fresh and powerful. The Woodstock show is widely considered one of their best performances.
The album of the same name did better in terms of sales than their first album had. Sly's sister Rosie joined the band for a tour to promote the album, and their third album Life was released on July 1, 1968. That album received much critical acclaim, but didn't sell well, though many of the songs became staples for the band's live shows. Considering the hour, that was a miracle in itself. Sly and the Family Stone finally started their set at 3:30 . By this time in his career, Sly had become a real challenge to deal with, showing up late or not showing at all for live performances. Janis Joplin had finished her set about 3:00 .
Sly & The Family Stone were already breaking social and musical barriers leading up to 1969. The anticipation for their new album, Stand!, was palpable, and the excitement leading up to their performance at Woodstock was unparalleled. The band was one of the most electrifying acts of the day - completely reinventing funk, rock and soul, and inspiring a society toward change. 2 Vinyl replica mini jackets with inner sleeves (short liners), and a 16 x 20" poster.
More albums from Sly & The Family Stone: Life by Sly & The Family Stone. Live At The Fillmore East October 4th & 5th, 1968 by Sly & The Family Stone. Fresh by Sly & The Family Stone. A Whole New Thing by Sly & The Family Stone. Small Talk by Sly & The Family Stone. Ain’t But The One Way by Sly & The Family Stone. Back On The Right Track by Sly & The Family Stone. Dance To The Music by Sly & The Family Stone. View all albums . The Woodstock Experience. By: Sly & The Family Stone (2009, Funk, Soul).
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|3||You Can Make It If You Try|
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|6||I Want To take You Higher|