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Funkadelic & Soul Clap feat. Sly Stone - In Da Kar (2015)


George Clinton and Sly Stone have some history. Before he became THE Dr. Funkenstein, Clinton signed for Sly’s short-lived Stone Flower label. 81 more words


Sly & The Family Stone - Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Again) (Live in 1973)

A live, in studio recording of “Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Again)”. This is the expanded version of The Family Stone, too. The horn section is bigger, there’s an extra back up singer, and some dude on a violin.

Live Music

The Singer or the Song?

In this series of posts I’m going to shine the spotlight on some songs that have had to compete, almost head to head, for chart supremacy. 528 more words


New Sly Stone Box Set: Drummer Greg Errico to Tour This Summer

New Release: Sly and the Family Stone Live in 1968
A new four-CD set of Sly and the Family Stone live in 1968 at the Fillmore East is a window into the funky, eclectic, improvisational music of one of American pop’s most influential bands… 122 more words

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Everyday People (Single Remix) / You Can't Take Me For Granted - 7" Germany - 1991

Audio  –  Video

Title  Everyday People (Single Remix) / You Can’t Take Me For Granted
Label  Arista
Catalogue #  114420
Format  7″ – 45 RPM… 52 more words

Aretha Franklin

I Need You Baby by Jesse James

Deana Discovered It From: Old Soul Music Blog

Review: Jesse James is a Bay Area singer who captivates the essence of soul. Originally named James McClelland, James changed his name when a DJ couldn’t pronounce his name one night at a nightclub. 75 more words

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Andre's Amazon Archive for 5/23/2015: 'Winners (Expanded Edition) by The Brothers Johnson

Released in the immediate aftermath of the Johnson’s split with the Quincy Jones production team they had the excellent sense to take the same talented people they’d worked with over the years along with them. 586 more words