|3||Sing A Simple Song||5:13|
|4||You Can Make It If You Try||5:36|
|5||Medley: Music Lover / Higher||7:50|
|7||Recorded Live At The Woodstock Music & Art Fair, Sunday, August 17, 1969|
|10||Don't Call Me Nigger, Whitey||5:59|
|12||I Want To Take You Higher||5:24|
|14||Somebody's Watching You||3:21|
|15||Dance To The Music||4:28|
|16||Sing A Simple Song||3:57|
|18||You Can Make It If You Try||3:43|
|19||I Want To Take You Higher||6:43|
|88697 48241 2||Sly & The Family Stone||The Woodstock Experience (2xCD, Album, Ltd + Box, Comp)||Epic, Legacy, Sony Music||88697 48241 2||Europe||2009|
Limited Edition numbered set.
Sly Stone: "The Joneses are stoned."
Freddie Stone: "Life...it melts in your mind."
Rose Stone: "I jes wont ch'all to know that x !#?!"
Greg Errico:"Love to all the striped people on Neptune. Love and peace. Amor y paz. L'amour et la paix. Liebe und Frieden. Lubov i mir."
Jerry Martini:"Pigs will be pigs."
Cynthia Robinson: " The truth is best."
Larry Graham: "Actually I'm innocent until proven guilty."
No other musicians are used.
Words and Music by Sylvester Stewart.
Produced and Arranged by Sly Stone For Stone Flower Productions.
Sylvester Stewart is Sly Stone.
Original 8 track recording: Hand Sound, Inc.
The Woodstock Experience is a box consisting of a set of studio albums and live performances from the 1969 Woodstock Festival by the artists Santana, Janis Joplin, Sly and the Family Stone, Jefferson Airplane, and Johnny Winter. Each set consists of the 1969 studio album by the artist as well as each artist's entire Woodstock performance. The set was released as both a box containing all five artists 10-CD box set, and also as individual releases separated by artist, each containing the studio album. Each slipcase contains the featured artist's entire performance at Woodstock and, as a bonus, an LP sleeve reproduction of a classic album issued near the time the festival occurred, as well as fine, individually designed 16 X 24 double-sided posters. Sly & the Family Stone were riding the chart success of Stand, their fifth album in three years, that had been released the previous May for Epic when they played the Woodstock Festival. Very late on Saturday evening, or rather early Sunday morning, came Sly & The Family Stone at 3:30 am. Led by Sly Stone, they were pioneers of Funk-Rock which was based on Soul and R&B music combined with psychedelic elements as well as Gospel. The band consisted of black and white members, and men and women, which was not usual at that time. Given their late appearance Sly & The Family Stone were remarkably fresh and powerful. The Woodstock show is widely considered one of their best performances. Woodstock Sunday August 17, 1969 - Sly & The Family Stone. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Album 2013 9 Songs. The Essential Sly & The Family Stone. Stand Bonus Version. There's a Riot Goin' On Bonus Tracks Version. Fresh Bonus Version. The Family Sly Stone: The Joneses are stoned. Freddie Stone: melts in your mind. Rose Stone: I jes wont ch'all to know that x Greg Errico:Love to all the striped people on Neptune. Love and peace. Amor y paz. L'amour et la paix. Sly & The Family Stone. The Woodstock Experience 2xCD, Album, Ltd Box, Comp. Epic, Legacy, Sony Music. Standard video has very good quality. Sly & The Family Stone - Higher. The Who See Me Feel Me Woodstock 1969 Director's cut. 6:: Sly & the Family Stone, The Woodstock Experience, Sony. Nick Coleman. Sunday 2 August 2009 00:00. An excusable marketing exercise in which live performances from the Woodstock stage are paired with the studio album that matches them most closely. Santana, Joplin, Johnny Winter and Jefferson Airplane get the treatment. In the case of Sly, it's the splendiferous Stand plus the 50-minute set which got a nation of soggy hippies on the good foot, a boisterous call-and-response throwdown which lacks the subtlety of the studio work but is nevertheless wiggy to the max. Sing a simple song indeed. Nice packaging. Sly & The Family Stone were already breaking social and musical barriers leading up to 1969. The anticipation for their new album, Stand, was palpable, and the excitement leading up to their performance at Woodstock was unparalleled. The band was one of the most electrifying acts of the day - completely reinventing funk, rock and soul, and inspiring a society toward change. This special collection includes the woodstock performance, until now partially published, and the studio record of Stand This is arguably the best record by Sly and the Family Stone, though some may defend There's a riot going on