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Seventh Son - Sly & The Family Stone - Aint That Lovin (CD)

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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Every Dog Has His Day on Discogs.
  2. Sly & The Family Stone - In The Still Of The Night music CD album at CD Universe, enjoy top rated service and worldwide shipping. Sly & The Family Stone - In The Still Of The Night CD. More by Sly & The Family Stone. No Longer Available. Add to WishList: Email Me When Available: Also send emails for our other sales: Ain't That Lovin.
  3. Precious Stone: In The Studio With Sly Stone music CD album at CD Universe, focus on the production & performing career of Sylvester Stewart on the Autumn label.
  4. Find Sly & the Family Stone credit information on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases. Featured New Releases [43 CD] Primary Artist: This Is Soul [Metro Triples] Primary Artist Seventh Son: Sly & the Family Stone: Primary Artist: The Bernie Mac Show: Non-Stop Funk Party.
  5. A special collection of rare studio tracks from funk legend Sly Stone including the incredible Searchin, The Seventh Son, Life Of Fortune And Fame and more! AVAILABLE ON CD (in a super jewel case) & 12 VINYL (with collectible button and patch)!4/5(1).
  6. The two years or so before Sly Stone signed to Epic saw him lay down a myriad of hazily documented official and unissued recordings. Now available on a variety of labels, In the Still of the Night has 17 of them, most seeming to date from his days as a producer Price: $
  7. Seventh Son - Audio CD Sly & The Family Stone Tracks: 1. It Takes All Kinds 2. Woo Is To Say 3. Remember Woo You Are 4. Back On The Right Track 5. If It's Not Adding Up 6. Same Thing 7. Seventh Son 8. Searchin' 9. Swim In The Still Of The Night Track Listings Disc: 1 1. It Takes All Kinds 2.
  8. There is bit of tape hiss on this CD (more so on the sixties cuts) and you might be able to get a remastered disc that has less. This CD was released in just so you know. With that in mind, just think of the sixties stuff as bonus tracks to the Warner album and you will love this.3/5(3).
  9. Tracked in and , a year or so before Sly would burst on the national music scene with his mature sound, these recordings have a delightful diversity as Sly tries on all kinds of musical hats. Among the highlights are a bustling, R&B-laced version of Jimmy Reed 's "Ain't That Lovin' You Baby," a crisp, professional "Seventh Son," and the joyous doo wop of "You're My Only Love" and "Oh What a Night."7/

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