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8 thoughts on “ Color Me True - Sly & The Family Stone - Dance To The Music (CDr, Album)

  1. Listen to your favorite songs from Dance To The Music by Sly And The Family Stone Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  2. Dance To The Music Sly and the Family Stone. Color Me True Lyrics. 7. Are You Ready Lyrics. 8. Don't Burn Baby Album Credits. Label Epic Records.
  3. Dance to the Music (Bonus Track Version) Sly & The Family Stone R&B/Soul • Preview SONG TIME Dance to the Music. 1. PREVIEW Higher. 2. PREVIEW I Ain't Got Nobody (For Real) PREVIEW Ride the Rhythm. 5. PREVIEW Color Me True. 6.
  4. In For the Record: Sly & the Family Stone: An Oral History, by Joel Selvin, Joel said of the group: "There are two types of black music: black music before Sly Stone, and black music after Sly Stone." Originally, Sly Stone wanted to go in more of a psychedelic rock direction. CBS Record's executive Clive Davis urged him to make his second album more pop-friendly.
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  6. Disc 1 Side 1 1. I Just Learned How to Swim 2. Scat Swim 3. Buttermilk, Pt. 1 4. Dance All Night 5. Temptation Walk 6. I Ain't Got Nobody (For Real) 7. I Can't Turn.
  7. Sly & the Family Stone were an important and influential band from Vallejo, California, United States. Active from until , the band was pivotal in the development of soul, funk and yozshushicagegagoreandronn.xyzinfo by singer, songwriter, record producer, and multi-instrumentalist Sly Stone, and containing several of his family members and friends, the band was the first major American rock .
  8. Released in , the album’s title track immediately set radio and dance floors buzzing with its relentless groove and infectious optimism. Entire generations of soul, funk and hip-hop musicians take their cues from the elemental tracks contained here. That said, this is still a group in transformation. “Higher,” a rough prototype for the group’s later hit “I Want To Take You Higher,” and “Dance to the .

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