Sly Stone High On You (1995)

Sly Stone - High On You (1975/2017) [Official Digital Download 24-bit/96kHz]

Sly Stone - High On You (1975/2017)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | Time - 34:36 minutes | 788 MB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

"High On You" is the first album attributed to Sly Stone rather than Sly and the Family Stone. One of the better straight-up funk albums of the 70's even though it's his most underrated. The title track, a career highlight, was an impressive single peaking at number three on the R&B chart.

Sly & The Family Stone - Greatest Hits [2CD] (1995)  Music

Posted by JET 1 at May 3, 2020
Sly & The Family Stone - Greatest Hits [2CD] (1995)

Sly & The Family Stone - Greatest Hits [2CD] (1995)
EAC Rip | FLAC (Tracks) +CUE, LOG | 632 MB | Scans
Genre: Funk, Psychedelic Soul, Rock | Label: Sony Records | Catalog Number: 471758 9

Released in 1970 during the stopgap between Stand! and There's a Riot Goin' On, Greatest Hits inadvertently arrived at precisely the right moment, summarizing Sly & the Family Stone's joyous hit-making run on the pop and R&B charts. Technically, only four songs here reached the Top Ten, with only two others hitting the Top 40, but judging this solely on charts is misleading, since this is simply a peerless singles collection.
Sly And The Family Stone - Higher! (2013) [5CD Box Set] Re-up

Sly And The Family Stone - Higher! (2013)
EAC | Flac(Image) + Cue + Log & MP3 CBR 320Kbps
Epic Records/Legacy, 88697536652, 88883746592 | ~ 1720 or 712 Mb | Scans
R&B / Funk / Soul

At the peak of their career, Sly & the Family Stone topped the charts with a Greatest Hits album – in 1970, it was their first LP to crack the Billboard Top 200, 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 comprehensive box set until Legacy's 2013 four-disc set Higher!…
Sly & The Family Stone - The Best Of Sly & The Family Stone (1992) [Re-Up]

Sly & The Family Stone - The Best Of Sly & The Family Stone (1992)
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 419 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 165 Mb | Scans included
Psychedelic Soul, Funk, Rock | Label: Epic | # 471758 2 | Time: 01:10:51

Sly Stewart is one of pop and rock's great enigmas. A charismatic performer, full of a boundless, good energy, a wonderful songwriter and, at least when he was in his prime, a man with a sure vision, Sly still somehow managed to throw it all away by the mid-'70s. The classic work he did with Sly & the Family Stone, though, is worth its weight in gold. This 20-track set has all the essential hits, including "Stand," "Everyday People," "Everybody Is a Star," "Family Affair," "Dance to the Music," and "I Want to Take You Higher," among others, and for most casual listeners, it has everything they'll really need.
Sly & The Family Stone - Different Strokes By Different Folks (2006) {Epic Legacy}

Sly & The Family Stone - Different Strokes By Different Folks (2006) {Epic Legacy}
EAC Rip | FLAC with CUE and log | scans | 423 mb
MP3 CBR 320kbps | RAR | 156 mb
Genre: R&B, soul, pop rock, hip-hop, rap

While credited to Sly & The Family Stone, Different Strokes By Different Folks is actually more of a Sly Stone tribute album, with the "strokes" of Sly being performed by "different folks". It was released on 7 February, 2006.
Sly & The Family Stone - Heard Ya Missed Me, Well I'm Back (1976/2017) [Official Digital Download 24/96]

Sly & The Family Stone - Heard Ya Missed Me, Well I'm Back (1976/2017)
FLAC (tracks) 24-bit/96 kHz | Time - 34:04 minutes | 703 MB
Studio Master, Official Digital Download | Artwork: Front cover

Heard Ya Missed Me, Well I'm Back is the eighth album by American funk/soul/rock band Sly and the Family Stone, released by Epic/CBS Records in 1976. This album is an effort to return the idea of the "Family Stone" band to singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Sly Stone's work, after his previous album, High on You, was released without the Family Stone name. However, the original Family Stone had broken up in 1975, and a new Family Stone was assembled for this album: the only holdover is stalwart Family Stone trumpetist Cynthia Robinson. Vet Stone and Elva Mouton, both formerly members of Family Stone backing band Little Sister, are credited as providing "additional background vocals".
Various Artists - Precious Stone: In The Studio with Sly Stone 1963-1965 (1994)

Various Artists - Precious Stone: In The Studio with Sly Stone 1963-1965 (1994)
R&B, Soul/Funk, Pop/Rock | EAC Rip | FLAC, Img+CUE+LOG+Scans (PNG) | 73:57 Min | 466,92 Mb
Label: Ace Records Ltd. (UK) | Cat.# CDCHD 539 | Released: 1994-09-13

Before forming the Family Stone, Sly Stone gained a lot of experience in the studio as the virtual in-house producer for the San Francisco-based Autumn label. The sessions he worked on during this era (performed by both himself and other artists) have appeared on numerous scattershot compilations. This 28-song anthology is the most comprehensive and intelligently assembled of these, including Sly solo performances, Sly collaborations with Billy Preston, and obscure soul-pop sides by Bobby Freeman, Gloria Scott, George & Teddy, and others.
Various Artists - Listen To The Voices: Sly Stone In The Studio 1965-70 (2010)

Various Artists - Listen To The Voices: Sly Stone In The Studio 1965-70 (2010)
R&B, Soul/Funk, Pop/Rock | EAC Rip | FLAC, Img+CUE+LOG+Scans (PNG) | 79:42 Min | 435,15 Mb
Label: Soul Jazz Records (UK) | Cat.# CDCHD 1255 | Released: 2010-03-29

Ace finally present a sequel to the much-loved, decade-old compilation of Sly Stone's pre-fame productions, "Precious Stone: Sly Stone In The Studio 1963-65". "Listen To The Voices: Sly Stone In The Studio 1965-70" carries on a chronological path, covering not only the earliest recordings of the Family Stone but also the various outside productions this remarkable musician dabbled in, whilst simultaneously topping the charts with his inimitable blend of rock, soul and funk in the late 1960s. The package includes all the singles written and produced by Sly under his Stone Flower Productions umbrella. The material by Joe Hicks, 6IX and Little Sister (featuring Sly's sisters Vaetta and Tiny) is in the same idiosyncratic style that made the Family Stone a household name.
VA - Precious Stone: In The Studio With Sly Stone 1963-1965 (1994)

VA - Precious Stone: In The Studio With Sly Stone 1963-1965 (1994)
XLD Rip | FLAC (tracks, cue, log) - 402 MB | MP3 CBR 320 kbps - 169 MB
1:13:59 | Rhythm & Blues, Soul | Label: Ace

Before forming the Family Stone, Sly Stone gained a lot of experience in the studio as the virtual in-house producer for the San Francisco-based Autumn label. The sessions he worked on during this era (performed by both himself and other artists) have appeared on numerous scattershot compilations. This 28-song anthology is the most comprehensive and intelligently assembled of these, including Sly solo performances, Sly collaborations with Billy Preston, and obscure soul-pop sides by Bobby Freeman, Gloria Scott, George & Teddy, and others. Over half of the cuts were previously unissued, and the lengthy liner notes provide an in-depth overview of his early accomplishments. Only serious collectors should seek this out, though. While Autumn afforded Stone the opportunity to experiment in the studio and devise various primitive collisions of soul and pop, his compositional, instrumental, and vocal skills were still in a very formative (if very promising) stage. Much of this is routinely pleasant, if lightly eccentric, period pop-soul, with occasional bursts of inspiration like Sly's wild scat vocals on "Scat Swim," and the folk-rockish "As I Get Older," and a few songs that would be reworked for inclusion on the first couple of Family Stone albums.

Phil Guy - Breaking Out On Top (1995)  Music

Posted by popsakov at May 28, 2022
Phil Guy - Breaking Out On Top (1995)

Phil Guy - Breaking Out On Top (1995)
EAC Rip | FLAC (Tracks) + Cue + m3u + Log ~ 494 Mb | MP3 CBR320 ~ 199 Mb
Full Scans | 01:11:32 | RAR 5% Recovery
Modern Electric Blues, Chicago Blues | JSP Records #JSPCD 260 | Unofficial Release

Phil Guy didn't eclipse his older brother Buddy's status as a blues superstar, and in reality, Phil's funky brand of blues was not captured correctly for posterity. But he remained an active attraction on the Chicago circuit, following in his sibling's footsteps and patiently waiting for his own star to rise up until his death. Like his sibling, Phil Guy played with harpist Raful Neal (for a decade) before leaving the Baton Rouge scene for Chicago in 1969. There he played with his brother's high-energy organization as well as behind harpist Junior Wells (Phil handled guitar duties with Sammy Lawhorn on Wells' underrated mid-'70s Delmark album On Tap). Phil Guy cut albums of his own for JSP; they were generally lacking in originality if not spirit. Phil Guy lost his battle with liver and kidney cancer in August of 2008.