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1. Sly And The Family Stone - I Can't Turn You Loose
2. Sly - For Real
3. Freddie And The Stone Souls - LSD
4. Sly And The Family Stone - Life Of Fortune And Fame
5. Sly, Freddie ; Rose - You Really Got Me
6. Freddie And The Stone Souls - Something About You
7. The Heavenly Tones - He's Alright
8. Sly And The Family Stone - Man Does Not Live
9. Sly And The Family Stone - I Ain't Got Nobody (For Real)
10. Freddie And The Stone Souls - Superfunk
11. Sly And The Family Stone - Take My Advice
12. Rose - These Boots Are Made For Walkin'
13. Freddie And The Stone Souls - Ain't Too Proud To Beg
14. The Heavenly Tones - Lord Do Something For Me

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SLY & THE FAMILY STONE: One of the most innovative groups popular music has ever known, the band that instigated a musical revolution! Black and white, male and female, SLY & THE FAMILY STONE were the first- and still the most significant - integrated combo in the history of popular music. Founded in November 1966 by Sly Stone by merging The Stoners with his brother Freddie's Stone Souls, this new sound was a unique and unprecedented fusion of Soul, Funk, Rock, R&B and Psychedelia. Sly himself was a master musician who wrote, arranged and produced all of the group's material, fashioning ingenious musical arrangements with a blend of syncopated rhythm, pop melody, lowdown funk and unorthodox harmony. And he chose the best players in the San Francisco Bay Area to implement this outrageous musical vision. With the compilation STONE SOUL we are focusing upon their rarely-heard roots and the earliest examples of the style that would take the music world by storm. This fascinating set includes the complete recordings of FREDDIE AND THE STONE SOULS, early solo experiments by SLY and ROSE STONE, the very first SLY AND THE FAMILY STONE studio session that predates their signing with Epic Records, and the tremendous 1968 demo 'Man Does Not Live'. Also featured are the gospel sounds of THE HEAVENLY TONES, whose members would provide vocal backgrounds on multiple Family Stone albums and later become known as Little Sister. So Ride the Rhythm and let the music take your mind!