Sly & The Family Stone Greatest Hits

Sly’s first Top 10 album was this 1970 “best-of”; one of the best party/summer records ever, it caps off the band’s recent reissue series. 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!

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Anonymous on July 2, 2019 at 9:44 PM.

A game changing band and of the GREATEST greatest hits compilations ever. Funk Canon. Very few greatest hits records really hit as great as this one. What a band…so ahead of their time that I don’t think people still get it. If you are starting out with this group, this is a great place to get a feel for what was happening in this group. Every song is of significance to what was going on in the world and I can’t think of a group that should have been more important from this era with the exception of Alice Cooper. Those two groups changed everything at this point of music…

Anonymous on July 2, 2019 at 10:15 PM.

The Greatest Of The Greatest Of Sly And The Family Stone! The very best of Sly and The Family Stone is all right here. “I Want To Take You Higher” is the ultimate kick-off, no question of it[Especially for those of you who remember The Hilarious House Of Frightenstein where it serves as the backdrop to the Wolfman DJ scenes]. “Sing A Simple Song” is considered to be a stepping stone funk-era anthem with a never-ending bass line that’s guaranteed to any bass player hooked(No kidding). The same could be said for “Thank You(Falettin…

Anonymous on July 2, 2019 at 10:22 PM.

I forgot how good this album was This CD and the “Traveler” CD I bought with an on-line gift card, from a friend, for my birthday. I had this album on vinyl years ago, when it was first “hot,” in the late ’60’s and early ’70’s. I forgot how good this album was, and hadn’t realized that the messages in these songs were quite positive, unlike a lot of music today. There was not one “dud” on this CD. Loved it, especially the song “Fun.” BTW, I’ve probably labeled myself as a “geezer,” by…