Stand!

45973 of 5 stars

£ 19.99

About
Tracklist
Catalogue
Grading
Media
 

Recorded in 1969, the fourth album from Sly And The Family Stone, "Stand!" was the crowning musical statement by this unisex, multi-racial rock and soul combo from the Bay Area of San Francisco, and it remains a masterpiece of anthemic 60s pop with its urgent rallying calls for togetherness and its exuberant egalitarian ethos. Featuring four chart hits, including the number one smash "Everyday People", "Stand!" virtually invented the 'progressive' funk of the 1970s and 80s, jettisoning the trappings of 60s soul and paving the way for a new sound that would influence other artists to this day.


Stand!
Don't Call Me Nigger
Whitey
I Want To Take You Higher
Somebody's Watching You
Sing A Simple Song
Everyday People
Sex Machine
You Can Make It If You Try
Format: LP
Label: Epic Epic Legacy
Catalogue numbers: 88985367911
00199

Companies:
Distributed By-Sony Music Entertainment
Distributed By-Sony Music Entertainment International Services GmbH
Manufactured By-Music On Vinyl B.V.
Produced For-Stone Flower Productions
Copyright (c)-Sony Music Entertainment
Pressed By-Record Industry

Barcodes & Identifiers:
Barcode-8 8985367911 9
Matrix / Runout-93670 1A MOVLP 610
Matrix / Runout-93670 1B MOVLP 610
Rights Society-BIEM/GEMA
Media Condition: Mint (M)
Sleeve Condition: Mint (M)



More from this artist:

More from this genre: