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Exploring Psychedelia

TODAY I’M thinking is going to take the cape that Sly Stone wears on the cover of this classic LP.

This afternoon we celebrate the launch of Black Clock 20 at Mandrake, this afternoon at 4pm. 72 more words

Around Town

Precious Stone -In The Studio With Sly Stone 1963-1965

One of the biggest success stories of the Woodstock Festival and movie, Sly & The Family Stone built up their international reputation in the years prior to 1969 with such ground-breaking albums as “Dance To The Music” and “M’Lady”. 371 more words

Soul

Sly and the Family Stone: Never Seen Historic Concert to be Released

Hey, he was born in Denton, Tx! That’s our Sly, and this DVD should be awesome.

Some Sly and the Family Stone history will surface this summer as the band’s first official live album. 129 more words

Shows

Black and White

A few years ago, I made a list of my favorite 100 albums. A couple of friends followed suit. I was shocked to see that on one of those lists, out of 100 albums, there was not a single album by a black artist. 1,263 more words

Popular Music History

George Clinton and Paliament / Funkadelic Japan Tour!


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P-Funk is baaaaack!!!! After a long time without making new music of their own, George Clinton andf Paliament / Funkadelic has dropped a new album “First You Gotta Shake the Gate”, three-disc set last year. 475 more words

Anatomy of THE Original Super Heavy Funk: "Tis Your Kind Of Music" by Graham Central Station

Welcome to this first ever volume of Anatomy of THE Original Super Heavy Funk. This (so far) bimonthly segment is going to be devoted to classic songs in the jazz/funk/soul spectrum from the 60’s and 70’s. 530 more words

Funk

Everyday People - Clive Davis Roast - 1992

Title  Everyday People
Composer  Sylvester Stewart “Sly Stone”
Live at  Clive Davis Roast, Friar’s Club, New York City
Year  1992 (June 6)
Country  USA

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