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Let Me Have It All - Sly & The Family Stone - Fresh (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Let me have it all Let me have it all Let me have it all Let me have it all You've turned into a prayer I can feel you almost there Closer closer to the top Looking down is quite a drop Just to be near you is to be Let me have the rest of me You set up a barrier Don't you know I'd marry ya Can't explain how you make me feel Don't you know I'm.
  2. But, this isn't merely a summary (and, if it was just that, Anthology, the early-'80s comp that covers Riot and Fresh would be stronger than this), it's one of the greatest party records of all time. Music is rarely as vivacious, vigorous, and vibrant as this, and captured on one album, the spirit, sound, and songs of Sly & the Family Stone are Price: $
  3. Jul 09,  · California soul! Sly was leading the way at this point. The whole album had that same vibe going, right down to the last track! With the bonus stuff, you can see more of the mind of a genius. This would be the last, unfortnately, even sounding Sly & the Family Stone record. Some stuff on Warners', some disco-it was the late 70's OK?/5(86).
  4. Let Me Have It All (Alternate Mix) Lyrics: You have turned into a prayer / I can feel I'm almost there / Closer, closer to the top / Looking down is quite a drop / Let me have it all / Let me have.
  5. Other (Spine reads): KE SLY AND THE FAMILY STONE/FRESH © CBS Inc./Manufactured by EPIC Records/CBS. Inc./51 W. Street, New Yourk City/℗Epic/ M[unreradable]o Reg. EPIC STEREO Rights Society (A1 to B3, B5, B6): BMI/5(10).
  6. These tracks were originally released on the album "Back on the Right Track" by Warner Bros. Records in , with the added bonus track "Somebody To You") The Essential Sly & the Family Stone (Epic/Legacy, 2-CD) The Seventh Son (Vampi Soul / Distrolux, vinyl LP - recorded between & at Autumn Records).
  7. In late , Sly and the Family Stone released the single "Everyday People", which became their first No. 1 hit. "Everyday People" was a protest against prejudice of all kinds and popularized the catchphrase "different strokes for different folks". With its B-side "Sing a Simple Song", it served as the lead single for the band's fourth album, Stand!, which was released on May 3,
  8. This shift in rhythm section sends the music into a direct, hard-hitting funk. “Keep On Dancin’” channels “Dance to the Music,” adding a sardonic edge, while “In Time,” “I Don’t Know (Satisfaction)” and “Let Me Have It All” groove with a shockingly modern edge. The album .

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