The face and sound of soul music changed irrevocably with this album.
Sly Stone, along with his ingenious blend of bandmates, created something new under the sun. reinventing the sound of soul music to include pop, psychedelia, and R&B, blended together for one of the most innovative albums in the history of R&B/Soul music.
The album presented a distinct challenge to its listeners by combining incredibly positive minded, funky soul music, mixed with a few songs that were provocative and intended to make the listener think. We welcome a good friend of our to help with hosting this show, as DJ Soulero, aka Earl Holder, brings his own expertise to analyzing one of the greatest albums of the late ‘60s.
Featured tracks include;
Don’t Call Me Nigger, Whitey
I Want to Take You Higher
Somebody’s Watching You
Sing a Simple Song
You Can Make It If You Try
May 1969 - Billboard Charted #13
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