Various Artists - Listen To the Voices: Sly Stone In the Studio 1965-1970 flac mp3
1994: Precious Stone: Sly Stone in the Studio 1963–1965 (Ace). 1994: Rock and Roll (KRB Music/compilation of rare pre-Epic recordings, including "I Ain't Got Nobody"). 2001: Who in the Funk Do You Think You Are: The Warner Bros. Recordings (Rhino Handmade collection compiles Back on the Right Track and Ain't But the One Way with five previously unissued recordings). 2010: Listen to the Voices: Sly Stone in the Studio 1965–1970 (Ace). 2011: The Best of Soul Train Live (Time Life album by various artists, includes a medley of "Dance to the Music" and "I Want to Take You Higher" from the band's June 29, 1974 appearance on Soul Train). 2013: Higher! (Epic/Legacy, 4-CD box set including rare single mixes, demo, and live versions, and 17 d tracks.
Precious Stone: In the Studio with Sly Stone 1963-1965 Sly Stone. Where The Girls Are Vol. 10 (CD) Various Artists. Jon Savage's 1968: The Year The World Burned (CD) Various Artists. Rhythm & Blues Christmas (LP) Various Artists. Cover Me: The Eddie Hinton Songbook (CD) Various Artists. Bob Stanley & Pete Wiggs Present State Of The Union: The American Dream In Crisis 1967-1973 (LP) Various Artists. She's A Doll! Warner Bros. Listen To The Voices: Sly Stone In The Studio 1965-70(CD).
In the years when Sly Stone was getting the Family Stone together and rising to stardom with that group, he was continuing to produce or otherwise be involved with other artists on the side. While earlier examples of such material were issued on Ace's compilation Precious Stone: Sly Stone in the Studio 1963-1965, this has later material that, as expected, shows his sound moving in decidedly funkier and more mature directions. Alec Palao's liner notes in the 24-page booklet, with first-hand interview material with Sly himself, are likely to be the most thoroughly detailed overview of these recordings ever written.
Listen to the Voices: Sly Stone in the Studio 1965-70. Main genre: Soul, Funk, Disco. Is a cover of 1 song. Rock, Pop. You Really Got Me by The Kinks (1964).
2010 - Listen To The Voices - Sly Stone In The Studio 1965-1970. 06 Sly & The Family Stone - Man Does Not Live (demo). 12 Sly & The Family Stone - Life Of Fortune and Fame. 09 Sly &The Family Stone - I Can't Turn You Loose. 07 The Beau Brummels - Underdog. 05 61X - I'm Just Like Yo. p3.
The sessions he worked on during this era (performed by both himself and other artists) have appeared on numerous scattershot compilations. This 28-song anthology is the most comprehensive and intelligently assembled of these, including Sly solo performances, Sly collaborations with Billy Preston, and obscure soul-pop sides by Bobby Freeman, Gloria Scott, George & Teddy, and others. While Autumn afforded Stone the opportunity to experiment in the studio and devise various primitive collisions of soul and pop, his compositional, instrumental, and vocal skills were still in a very formative (if very promising) stage.
Before forming the Family Stone, Sylvester Stewart (aka Sly Stone) paid his dues as a radio DJ and producer for the West Coast indie label Autumn Records, where he oversaw hits by artists including Bobby Freeman, and the Beau Brummels (along with flops by the Great Society, featuring a young Grace Slick). PRECIOUS STONE collects a nice cross section of Stewart's mostly previously unreleased productions, both for himself and other artists.
Various Artists Rolling With The Punches. 20 –Millie Jackson I'll Be Rolling With The Punches. 5 –Aaron Neville Let's Live. Sly Stone – Listen To The Voices: Sly Stone In The Studio 1965-70. 3 –Sly For Real (Demo) 3:02. 6 –Sly & The Family Stone Man Does Not Live (Demo) 3:38. 9 –Sly & The Family Stone I Can't Turn You Loose 3:27. Genre: R&B & Soul. Precious Stone: in the Studio With Sly Stone 1963-1965.
|1||Danse a La Musique||The French Fries|
|2||I'm Going Home Pt 1||Joe Hicks|
|3||For Real||Sylvester "Sly Stone" Stewart|
|4||Life and Death In G & a||Abaco Dream|
|5||I'm Just Like You||6ix|
|6||Man Does Not Live||Sly & the Family Stone|
|7||Underdog||The Beau Brummels|
|8||Can't She Tell||Billy Preston|
|9||I Can't Turn You Loose||Sly & the Family Stone|
|10||You're the One Pt 1 & 2||Little Sister|
|11||Lsd||Freddie & the Stone Souls|
|12||Life of Fortune and Fame||Sly & the Family Stone|
|13||Are You Sure||The Beau Brummels|
|15||I Ain't Got Nobody (For Real)||Sly & the Family Stone|
|16||You Really Got Me||Sylvester "Sly Stone" Stewart|
|18||I Remember||Billy Preston / Sylvester "Sly Stone" Stewart|
|19||Something About You||Freddie & the Stone Souls|
|20||Take My Advice||Sly & the Family Stone|
|21||Home Sweet Home Pt 2||Joe Hicks|
|22||Somebody's Watching You||Little Sister|
|23||Superfunk||Freddie & the Stone Souls|
|24||Life and Death In G & a Pts 1 & 2||Joe Hicks|
|25||Small Fries||The French Fries|
CreditsAbaco Dream - Primary Artist
The Beau Brummels - Primary Artist
Freddie & the Stone Souls - Primary Artist
The French Fries - Primary Artist
Joe Hicks - Primary Artist
Little Sister - Primary Artist
Billy Preston - Primary Artist
6ix - Primary Artist
Sly & the Family Stone - Primary Artist
Sylvester "Sly Stone" Stewart - Primary Artist