Sly & the Kinsmen Stone - Higher [4-CD Box] (2013) [FLAC]

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Sly & the Kith And Kin Stone — Higher [4-CD Box] (2013) [FLAC]

Sly & the Kinsmen Stone — Higher [4-CD Box] (2013) [FLAC]

Sly & the Kinsmen Stone — Higher [4-CD Box] (2013) [FLAC]


Features 17 era past unreleased tracks; box set offers the take place to adventure the songs you know and turtle-dove but often in alternate versions, including mono singles, demos, conducive tracks, palpable concert and tube recordings, and more

Available everywhere August 27, 2013, through Epic/Legacy

The music of Sly & The Kith And Kin Stone is noted with a new 4-CD box set, Sly & The Kith And Kin Stone«s Higher!, available everywhere August 27th through Epic/Legacy, a margin of Sony Music Presentation. Released in festivities of Sly Stone»s 70th birthday, Higher! is the first craft-spanning anthology to glorify the musician whose funk has influenced everyone from Miles Davis and Michael Jackson to Consumers Adversary and the Roots. Housed in a colorful slipcase with a lavishly-illustrated 104-foot-boy libretto, the box set will draw 77 tracks, 17 of them era past unreleased.

Spotlighted throughout the first three CDs of Higher! are rare mono celibate masters of every paragon Sly & The Kith And Kin Stone signature hit like they’ve never been heard before in the digital era. Paying admiration to the tow-haired age of transistor radios are mono versions of “Dance To the Music,” “Everyday People,” “Stand!,” “I Want To Take You Higher,” “Hot Fun In the Summertime,” “Thank You (Falletinme Be Mice Elf Again),” and many others, more than 30 mono celibate masters and mono album cuts that were a entreat-out to get up and cavort, cavort, cavort. Decades after the blueprint come out of Sly & The Kith And Kin Stone with the tourney-changing “Dance To The Music,” fans and newcomers will have the break to dig into this far-reaching anthology, covering the recording craft of Sylvester Stewart starting in 1964, and the bandeau he masterminded from 1966 to 1977 on Epic Records.

Higher! pays impost to the corresponding exactly period of Sly & The Kith And Kin Stone with its innovative ten-inch clean wrap form, which houses the CDs in its civil pockets. The mid-point alcove contains a painstakingly elaborate 104-foot-boy libretto featuring a liner notes disquisition, a wonderfully-illustrated timeline of Sly’s craft, keep a record of-by-keep a record of annotations, rare and uncirculated photography, 45 rpm classify and double sleeve repros, eye-popping old-fogeyish concert posters and ticket stubs from Sly & The Kith And Kin Stone shows, and more.

Sly & The Kith And Kin Stone laid down a guide that not only inspired an era of youthful insurrection and autonomy as the ’60s turned into the ’70s, but also had (and continues to have) a cogent sensation effectively on the course of brand-new music in regular. Sly’s DNA is traceable to every room of the dulcet stratosphere.

“Sly Stone’s music is to the apposite indicate because he was able to take from all the influencing genres before him and along side him, and consolidate it like gumbo,« said Consumers Adversary frontman Chuck D. »Then internal the bandeau, having women, having it clashing foot-race and ethnic unnoticed — I mean, come on now. You really couldn’t apposite indicate and say «well, this is the goal why it’s funky,» it’s all this together like gumbo that’s making this occur. And Sly & The Kith And Kin Stone was the abstract of a gathering playing the music, saying the lyrics, and also funding with the words.”

Sly & The Kith And Kin Stone have been inducted into the Indigent And Move On Assembly Of Superiority and the Grammy Assembly Of Superiority, and have received the R&B Fundamental Principle Set Endowment, among many other recognitions of their consequence and abiding influence.

Higher! is a impost to the far-reaching horizons of Sly & The Kith And Kin Stone. Their repertoire, every alloy penned by Sylvester Stewart aka Sly Stone, kept the Pop and R&B charts jumping for seven illustrious years from 1968 to 1975. There are the three craft-defining RIAA gold Billboard #1 Pop/#1 R&B hits, “Everyday People,” “Thank You (Falletinme Be Mice Elf Again)” and “Family Interest.” Their signature Top 40 hits began with “Dance To the Music” and went on to allow for “Stand!,” “I Want To Take You Higher,” “Hot Fun In the Summertime,” “Runnin’ Away,” “If You Want Me To Reside,” “Time For Livin’," and more. Their top-charted RIAA gold, platinum and multi-platinum albums allow for Continue! (1969), Greatest Hits (1970), There’s A Civil Disorder Goin’ On (1971), and Alternative (1973), every one a must-have.

In additionally to those strong numbers (all of which are in mono up through 1969’s “Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin)”), Higher! opens CD One with seven pre-Epic Records tracks. These allow for five rare alone sides by ‘Sly Stewart’ during his at all times as A&R-impresario-songwriter-truncheon musician circa 1964-’65 at San Francisco’s Autumn Records. These allow for both sides of the rare (and to a large bootlegged in the U.S. and Europe) Loadstone Records celibate of January 1967 by Sly & The Kith And Kin Stone, which helped win the bandeau their Epic Records great amount. One of these sides is a contain of Otis Redding’s “I Can’t Bring Over You Cool.” The Epic copy begins with the mono celibate proprietress of “Higher” in May 1967 (Disc One, keep a record of 8).

Of the many impossibly rare and fascinating inclusions on Higher! esteemed distinction is paid to the four tracks that cheese-paring CD Three. They were recorded palpable at the Isle of Wight Fete in the UK, premature Sunday morning, August 30, 1970, one year after Sly’s historic wee hours carrying out at the Woodstock Music & Art Even-Handed. Two of the Isle of Wight numbers, “Stand!” and “You Can Do It If You Try,” were afterward issued on the Columbia three-LP loosing from 1971, The First Prodigious Indigent Festivals Of The Seventies. (The big multi-artist wrap coupled Isle of Wight performances with others at the first Atlantic Pop Fete of July 1970.) The two other numbers by Sly & The Kith And Kin Stone at Isle of Wight, namely “Dance To The Music” and the assortment of “Music Lover / I Want To Take You Higher / Music Lover” (a converting on their assortment from the Woodstock soundtrack album), are both era past unissued until now.

Higher! serves as a new scale model for the most intent and fanciful efforts that can go into a old-fogeyish chrestomathy of this disposition. The box set was produced by Legacy Recordings long-serving and Sundazed Records proprietress Bob Irwin, with Shoot A&R by Rob Santos at Legacy. All music was mastered by Vic Anesini at Battery Studios in New York.

Three chief elements are cardinal to the 104-foot-boy libretto. There is the upright liner notes disquisition written by Jeff Kaliss, prime mover of I Want To Take You Higher: The Sustenance And Times Of Sly & The Kith And Kin Stone, the group's only authorized biography. The booklet also contains a encompassing, lavishly-illustrated timeline compiled by Dutch authorities Edwin & Arno Konings. Nearly 100 entries overpass from Cortege 15, 1943 (“Sylvester Stewart is born in Denton, Texas. Six months later, the kith and kin moves to Vallejo, California”) to a incontrovertible update in overdue — 2012. The Koningses have also contributed keep a record of-by-keep a record of annotations for all 77 cuts in Higher! The notes contain excerpts from Thank You, the Koningses’ own impending biography of Sly & The Kith And Kin Stone. (Go to The vast memorabilia that accompanies the passage and photographs in the libretto is provided by Neal Austinson, Archivist and Method Manageress for Sly & The Kith And Kin Stone.

Every keep a record of-by-keep a record of annotation contains at least one news, as told to the writers by aboriginal Sly & The Kith And Kin Stone bandeau members Greg Errico, Larry Graham, Jerry Martini, Cynthia Robinson, and Sly Stone himself, as well as such figures as Rachel Donahue (widow of Tom Donahue), managers Abundant Romanello (1967) and David Kapralik (1967-1972), Epic A&R man Stephen Paley, bassist Rustee Allen (who succeeded Graham in 1973), all three drummers who succeeded Errico — 1971 (Gerry Gibson, Andy Newmark, Pecker Lordan), various unnoticed vocalists, saxophonists, bassists, and so on. All their collective statements and observations, as transcribed by the Koningses, add to the value of Higher! as a valuable records in and of itself.

“Refracted in these treasures,” Kaliss says of the kaleidoscopic delights on Higher! “are colors you may be uninitiated in to seeing in Sly: old R&B, jazz, nursery rhymes, certainty, and even fatherland, fused and transformed by a costly wishful thinker and his allied dulcet alchemists.”

In additionally to Jeff Kaliss, and Edwin & Arno Konings, other indispensable reading includes: Sly and the Kith And Kin Stone: An Vocalized Past by Joel Selvin (HarperCollins, 1998); and There’s A Civil Disorder Going On by Miles Marshall Lewis (Bloomsbury “33 1/3” series, 2006).

Higher! by Sly & The Kith And Kin Stone
(Epic/Legacy 88697 53665 2)

Disc One (1964-1967):
1. I Just Well-Educated How To Swim by Sly Stewart (Autumn Records celibate, 1964)
2. Scat Swim by Sly Stewart (Autumn celibate, 1964)
3. Buttermilk (Put Asunder Give Up 1) by Sly (Autumn celibate, 1965)
4. Cavort All Non-Stop by Sly and Freddie (1965, from day one unissued)
5. Leading On Down Tools by Sly (Autumn celibate, 1965)
6. I Ain’t Got Nobody (For Genuine) (Loadstone celibate, 1967)
7. I Can’t Bring Over You Cool (Loadstone celibate, 1967)
8. Higher (mono Epic celibate proprietress, promo only, 1967)
9. Defenceless (mono Epic celibate proprietress, 1967)
10. Bad Endanger (mono Epic celibate proprietress, 1967)
11. Let Me Ascertain It From You (mono Epic celibate proprietress, 1967)
12. Guidance (A)
13. If This Dwell Could Talk (A)
14. I Cannot Do It (A)
15. Unsettle To Your Pump (A)
16. I Antipathy To Turtle-Dove Her (A)
17. Reserved Communications (1967, era past unissued)
18. I Get Far Up On You (idea one, 1967, era past unissued)
19. I Call To Mind (1967, era past unissued)
20. My Woman’s Chief (conducive demo, 1967, era past unissued)

Disc Two (1967-1968):
1. What’s That Got To Do With Me (1967, era past unissued)
2. Riches And Superiority (1967, era past unissued)
3. What Would I Do (1967, from day one unissued, B)
4. Only One Way Out Of This Pull To Pieces (1967, from day one unissued, B)
5. I Know What You Came To Say (1967, era past unissued)
6. Cavort To The Music (mono Epic celibate proprietress, 1967)
7. Humbug The Accent (C)
8. Color Me Upright (C)
9. Are You Ripe (C)
10. Don’t Ignite Infant (C)
11. We Turtle-Dove All (D)
12. Danse A La Musique by The French Fries (mono Epic celibate, 1968)
13. Poor Fries by The French Fries (mono Epic celibate, 1968)
14. Chicken (mono Epic celibate proprietress, 1968)
15. Into My Own Fetish (E)
16. Sustenance (mono Epic celibate proprietress, 1968)
17. Turtle-Dove Metropolis (1968, era past unissued mono mix)
18. M’Lady (mono Epic celibate proprietress, 1968)
19. Dynamite! featuring Johnny Robinson on vocals (1968, era past unissued)
20. Undercat (conducive, 1967, era past unissued)

Disc Three (1968-1970):
1. Accustomed People (mono Epic celibate proprietress, 1968)
2. Rat A Open Tale (mono Epic celibate proprietress, 1968)
3. I Get Far Up On You (idea two, 1968, era past unissued)
4. Wonderful Coterie Of Color (conducive, 1968, era past unissued)
5. On (from day one unissued, F)
6. I Want To Take You Higher (mono Epic celibate proprietress, 1969)
7. Seven More Days (from day one unissued, F)
8. Feathers (conducive, 1968, era past unissued)
9. Somebody’s Watching You (G)
10. Sex Gizmo (G)
11. Hot Fun In The Summertime (mono Epic celibate proprietress, 1969)
12. Everybody Is A Woman (mono Epic celibate proprietress, 1969)
13. Thank You (Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin) (mono Epic celibate proprietress, 1969)
14. Continue! (PALPABLE at the Isle of Wight Fete, August 30, 1970, H)
15. You Can Do It If You Try (PALPABLE, same as keep a record of 14, H)
16. Cavort To The Music (PALPABLE, same as keep a record of 14, era past unissued)
17. ASSORTMENT: Music Lover / I Want To Take You Higher / Music Lover (PALPABLE, same as keep a record of 14, era past unissued)

Disc Four (1971-1977):
1. Luv N’ Haight (Epic celibate proprietress, 1971)
2. Kith And Kin Interest (I)
3. Daring & Solid (Epic celibate proprietress, 1971)
4. Runnin’ Away (Epic celibate proprietress, 1971)
5. (You Caught Me) Smilin’ (Epic celibate proprietress, 1971)
6. Spaced Cowboy (I)
7. You’re The One featuring Little Sister (PALPABLE on Don Kirshner’s Indigent Concert, September 1973, era past unissued)
8. In At All Times (J)
9. If You Want Me To Reside (Epic celibate proprietress, 1973)
10. Active (Epic celibate proprietress, 1973)
11. Derma I’m In (J)
12. If It Were Formerly Larboard Up To Me (Epic celibate proprietress, 1973)
13. At All Times For Livin’ (Epic celibate proprietress, 1974)
14. Can’t Harm My Genius (Epic celibate proprietress, 1974)
15. Cool Loot (K)
16. Le Lo Li (Epic celibate proprietress, 1975)
17. Crossword Contemplate (Epic celibate proprietress, 1975)
18. Kith And Kin Again (Epic celibate, 1976)
19. Hoboken by Sly Stone (from day one unissued, 1975-1977)
20. Far Up by Sly Stone (1975, era past unissued)

Epic Records album mark:
A – from A Whole New Fetish (from day one released November 1967, as Epic LN 24324, mono)
B – from A Whole New Fetish (Expanded Copy) (from day one released April 2007, as Epic/ Legacy 82796 90277 2)
C – from Cavort To The Music (from day one released April 1968, as Epic BN 26371)
D – from Cavort To The Music (Expanded Copy) (from day one released April 2007, as Epic/Legacy 82796 90274 2)
E – from Sustenance (from day one released November 1968, as Epic BN 26397)
F – from Sustenance (Expanded Copy) (from day one rel. April 2007, as Epic/Legacy 82876 83945 2)
G – from Continue! (from day one released April 1969, as Epic BN 26456)
H – from The First Prodigious Indigent Festivals Of The Seventies (from day one released August 1971, as Columbia C 30807)
I – from There’s A Civil Disorder Goin’ On (from day one released October 1971, as Epic KE 30986)
J – from Alternative (from day one released June 1973, as Epic KE 32134)
K – from Poor Talk (from day one released July 1974, as Epic PE 32930)


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