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Sly Stone - Recorded In San Francisco 1964-67 download album

Sly Stone - Recorded In San Francisco 1964-67 download album
Performer:
Sly Stone
Album:
Recorded In San Francisco 1964-67
Style:
Rhythm & Blues, Psychedelic Rock, Funk
Released:
1975
Country:
US
FLAC vers. size:
1445 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1356 mb
WMA vers. size:
1724 mb
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Rating:
4.2 ★
Votes:
249

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Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and download. Life of Fortune & Fame. was sampled in. Game Theory by The Roots feat.

Sylvester "Sly Stone" Stewart. Guitar, Keyboards, Vocals.

Stand! is the fourth album by soul/funk band Sly and the Family Stone, released on May 3, 1969. Written and produced by lead singer and t 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

Sly Stone and saxophonist Jerry Martini of the psychedelic soul group 'Sly and the Family Stone' record in the studio on April 3 1973 in Sa. .Find this Pin and more on rock chick by randy pratt. Sly Stone (Sylvester Stewart) of the Sly and The Family Stone performs during a concert at Madison Square Garden in 1969 in New York City, New York.

Metchick left the band in 1968, and the remaining trio shortened their name to The Mojo, and then just Mojo, before they released their lone studio album, "Mojo Magic", on GRT Records. The group disbanded in 1969. Sit Down, I Think I Love You" was included on the seminal 1972 "Nuggets: Original Artyfacts from the First Psychedelic Era, 1965–1968" garage rock compilation album  . Sly & the Family Stone foi iniciada em San Francisco, California.

referencing Recorded In San Francisco 1964-67, LP, Comp, SCP-2001 This is an early and very good compilation of psychedelic soul from the eccentric Sly Stone. I picked this record up in a charity shop the other day for £1 and judging by the album cover I believed that it was going to be a live album from a show in SanFrancisco. New Original Battery SCP-67LBPS For Kyocera Duraforce PRO. Misuse of SCP-4032-1 will lead to suspension or termination of employment.

Sly Stone Used Vinyl 4 Items. Vinyl, CD & Tape7 Used Vinyl4 Organic Grooves4 Rock & Indie1. Recorded In San Francisco 1964-67. LP 1975 US Original (Sculpture).

Released in 1964 by Somerset Records. Expand to view this album in its entirety.

Tracklist

I Can't Turn You Loose 3:25
Take My Advice 2:13
Watermelon Man 4:58
I Ain't Got Nobody 2:44
Hi Love 2:26
Life Of Fortune & Fame 3:30
If You Were Blue 2:16
Deck Of Cards 3:09
Rock Dirge 6:07

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
SCP-2001 Sly Stone Recorded In San Francisco 1964-67 ‎(LP, Comp) Sculpture Records SCP-2001 US 1975
SCP-2001 Sly Stone Recorded In San Francisco 1964-67 ‎(8-Trk) Sculpture Records SCP-2001 US 1975
30 CV 1407 Sly Stone Recorded In San Francisco 1964-67 ‎(LP, Comp) Musidisc 30 CV 1407 France Unknown


  • Cordanara
I have read that this is a bootleg from a label he produced and worked at, albeit a supremely good quality bootleg using original master tapes! My A1 has a 0.1 second ‘skip’ 30seconds in, but i’m 99% that its actually a clumsy razor edit. Can anyone else confirm?
  • Mr.mclav
yeah, mine has the same "skip" on the first track.
  • Fordrekelv
This is an early and very good compilation of psychedelic soul from the eccentric Sly Stone. I picked this record up in a charity shop the other day for £1 and judging by the album cover I believed that it was going to be a live album from a show in SanFrancisco. To my great surprise and relief it wasnt. Some really good mind bending soul with the up tight Sly twist. If you like your break beats head straight for Rock Dirge as this is one monster of a beat! This beat is easy to loop and is a real pounder of a beat that hasnt really been sampled too heavily. I think it may have been sampled by the hardcore rave breakbeat heros of mine Genaside II but i'll have to check. A break beat for the ones who know. Classic!