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Fun - Sly & The Family Stone - Life (Vinyl, LP, Album)

Posted on 11.12.2019 by Mabei
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8 Responses to Fun - Sly & The Family Stone - Life (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Gror says:
    Into My Own Thing (Album Version) 2. Life (Album Version) 3. Love City (mono) 4. M'Lady (Album Version) 5. Dynamite! (stereo) 6. Somebody's Watching You Disc 5 Side 2 1. Sex Machine 2. Hot Fun in the Summertime (single master) 3. Everybody Is a Star (single master) Disc 6 Side 1 1. Sly & The Family Stone Higher! LP (Vinyl) $ In.
  2. Meztigal says:
    Dec 12,  · Debuted 8/69 #2 Hot ; #3 R&B Rolling Stone ranked this song at # on their list of the Greatest Songs of All-Time. This original HIT MONO MIX is much shorter than the stereo album .
  3. Makora says:
    Sly & The Family Stone albums 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 Sly's first Top 10 album was this "best-of"; one of the best party/summer records ever, it caps off the band's recent reissue.
  4. Kazilkis says:
    By late , the third album by Sly & the Family Stone absolutely blew the roof off the building. Life sounded so tangibly real it almost seemed like it was cut live. The title track, along with "Love City," "Plastic Jim," "Into My Own Thing" and especially "Dynamite!"/5(4).
  5. Gor says:
    View all records by Sly & The Family Stone for sale on CDandLP in LP, CD, 12inch, 7inch format.
  6. Faenos says:
    Produced by Sly Stone for Stone Flower Productions. Early 80's issue with dark blue Epic labels; on the center label of side B the first song is listed above the spindle hole/5(58).
  7. Fezshura says:
    Label: Epic - BN • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: US • Genre: Funk / Soul • Style: Psychedelic, Funk Sly & The Family Stone - Life (, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore/5(86).
  8. Douzuru says:
    Last updated on Sep 16, Life is the third studio album by funk/soul band Sly and the Family Stone, released in September on Epic/CBS Records. Unlike its predecessor, Dance to the Music.

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