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I Want To Take You Higher - Sly & The Family Stone - Stand! (CD, Album)

8 Thoughts to “ I Want To Take You Higher - Sly & The Family Stone - Stand! (CD, Album) ”

  1. Arami
    "I Want to Take You Higher" is a song by the soul/rock/funk band Sly and the Family Stone, the B-side to their Top 30 hit "Stand! Unlike most of the other tracks on the Stand! album, "I Want to Take You Higher" is not a message song; instead, it is simply dedicated to music and the feeling one gets .
  2. Aralkis
    Featuring "Everyday People," "Sing a Simple Song," "Stand," and "I Want to Take You Higher," Stand! became the Family Stone's first genuine hit album, climbing to .
  3. Kek
    Label: Epic - ,Legacy - • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Remastered • Country: US • Genre: Funk / Soul • Style: Psychedelic/5(7).
  4. Ararisar
    At the peak of their career, Sly & the Family Stone topped the charts with a Greatest Hits album -- in , it was their first LP to crack the Billboard Top , peaking at number two; an argument could be made that it was the LP that cemented their stardom -- and over the years, they've been anthologized many times, almost each compilation worthwhile, but they've never been subjected to a 10/
  5. Kakasa
    The album was reissued in on compact disc and vinyl, and again in as a remastered numbered edition digipack CD with bonus tracks and, in the UK, as only a CD with bonus tracks. The album sold , copies in and was certified gold in sales by the RIAA on December 4 .
  6. Meztikora
    Listen to the Voices: Sly Stone in the Studio – (Ace) 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, appearance on Soul Train) Higher!
  7. Dadal
    Combining a fabulous electric guitar riff, frantic gospel-inspired vocals, and one of the finest rhythm sections tracks of the period -- as well as a timely message -- "I Want to Take You Higher" may just be one of the great late-'60s rock moments. Beyond that, it's also perhaps one of the finest Sly & the Family Stone .
  8. Shakazshura
    Jul 04,  · But the album is still limber and groovy as they come, from the surprising gospel break at the end of the title track and the sample-ready grooves of “Sing a Simple Song,” “You Can Make It If You Try” and “I Want to Take You Higher,” to the bundle of joyous hooks that was “Everyday People” (the band’s first No. 1 hit).

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