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HONOR
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PRESENCE
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CEASELESSLY
MUSIC BUSINESS
VALLEJO
OTIS REDDING
STONE FLOWER
DEAN FRASER
PAT RIZZO
DUO SLY
CARMELITA FOX
INFLUENTIAL FUNK BAND SLY
SLEEVE NOTES
JERRY MARTINI
SLY SENSE
STONERS
GRAHAM CENTRAL STATION
SLY COOPER SERIES
SLY REFERENCE
SLY DUNBAR
LARRY GRAHAM
SLY COOPER
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TRACK
HIT
SOUND
VOICE
DAUGHTER
POINT
FORWARD
BEGINNING
GEORGE CLINTON
NAME
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THEMSELVES
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Review of Short Phrases and Links

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Definitions

  1. Sly was playing at a club called Tit for Tat and Robbie was up the street at Evil People.
  2. Sly was already a successful drummer when he met Aston Barrett's (the wailers) youthful protg bass player Robbie.

Honor

  1. Venice is the second playable level in Sly 3: Honor Among Thieves.

Strong

  1. The Founders have created two races to serve them: the Vorta, sly and subversive diplomats; and the Jem'Hadar, strong and brave shock troops.

Presence

  1. Known for her dynamic and energetic live performance's Nikka's voice and presence has often been compared with Janis Joplin, Chaka Khan and Sly Stone. (Web site)

Roots

  1. Rick James, Prince, Public Enemy and the Roots are among Sly and the Family Stone's many musical children.

Slytherins

  1. Slytherins are known to be "sly" individuals and snakes are known to be very "sly" creatures. (Web site)

Way

  1. Sly decides to invest the advance money from Virgin in a new record company as a way for he and Robbie to have more control over their creative output. (Web site)

Ceaselessly

  1. Having worked ceaselessly over the last couple of years, Sly & Robbie had carefully put aside every penny they could. (Web site)

Music Business

  1. When the history of the music business is written, there are always big chapters on Dylan, Hendrix, Springsteen, Bowie, Sly Stone, Kurt Cobain, etc.

Vallejo

  1. Sylvester "Sly Stone" Stewart was born March 15, 1943, in Denton, TX, and raised primarily in Vallejo, CA, where he sang with his family's gospel group. (Web site)

Otis Redding

  1. The catalyst for many great soul stylists, from Sly Stone to Otis Redding, it also provided an early lesson in dynamics for the young Michael Jackson. (Web site)

Stone Flower

  1. For unclear reasons, Sly gradually withdrew his attention from Stone Flower, and the label was closed in 1971. (Web site)
  2. During this period, Sly Stone negotiated a production deal with Atlantic Records, resulting in his own imprint, Stone Flower.

Dean Fraser

  1. He uses only the best musicians on his sessions, including Sly & Robbie, the Firehouse Crew, Dean Fraser and Third World's Cat Coore.

Pat Rizzo

  1. Pat Rizzo is currently playing alto saxophone in Sly and The Family Stone's comeback tour.

Duo Sly

  1. Through his short career, Matisyahu has teamed up with some of the biggest names in reggae production including Bill Laswell and duo Sly & Robbie.

Carmelita Fox

  1. The "Hate Chip" was destroyed by Carmelita Fox and Clockwerk's metal body deteriorated, forever eliminating the threat to Sly and his friends.

Influential Funk Band Sly

  1. Andy Newmark is an American musician, best known as the drummer for influential funk band Sly & the Family Stone from 1973 to 1975.
  2. Pat Rizzo is an American musician, best known as a saxophonist for influential funk band Sly & the Family Stone from 1972 to 1975.

Sleeve Notes

  1. They are humorously also sometimes referred to as Sly Drumbar and Robbie Basspeare, one example being the sleeve notes of Black Uhuru's Red album.

Jerry Martini

  1. At least part of this turmoil was allegedly related to the Black Panthers pressuring Sly Stone to replace Errico and Jerry Martini with black musicians.

Sly Sense

  1. He embodied the dharma [the teachings of the Buddha] in a way that I found appealing: wise, down-to-earth, no-nonsense, and with a sly sense of humor. (Web site)

Stoners

  1. Adopting the stage name "Sly Stone," he then formed "The Stoners" in 1966 which included Cynthia Robinson on trumpet. (Web site)

Graham Central Station

  1. There's a terrific web site on Sly Stone & associated artists (including Larry Graham and Graham Central Station).

Sly Cooper Series

  1. In the Sly Cooper series, Carmelita Fox and a few other characters are Interpol officers.

Sly Reference

  1. The single was co-written by Gaye and William "Mickey" Stevenson, who created the title as a sly reference to the sometimes moody Gaye.

Sly Dunbar

  1. Why? It was a great pleasure to work with such legends as Dean Fraser and Sly Dunbar where they created a live riddim around my song." Erasto states.
  2. The Culture band at one time or another included genre luminaries like Sly Dunbar, Robbie Shakespear, Ashton Barrett and Skinny Lindo. (Web site)

Larry Graham

  1. As a musician, songwriter, and producer, Freddie has written songs for his sister, Rose, brother Sylvester (Sly Stone), and Larry Graham.
  2. Later that year, the tension between Sly Stone and Larry Graham came to a head.
  3. Sure, James Brown is known as a tough band leader, but Sly Stone was so messed up on drugs he actually tried to kill Larry Graham. (Web site)

Sly Cooper

  1. Unfortunately, the game's relative ease combined with a very short length prevents Sly Cooper from becoming the next big platformer. (Web site)
  2. The world of Sly Cooper is a version of the real world that is populated by anthropomorphic animals, with film noir and comic book motifs.
  3. Without a doubt, the most striking aspect of Sly Cooper is the game's slick, cartoon-style presentation. (Web site)

Idea

  1. Stanley saw Larry Grahams technique (Sly and the Family Stone) and seized upon the idea. (Web site)
  2. The idea for the off-beat film was inspired by the handsome director's mother, Chris Dowling noted on the red carpet, with a sly smile on his face. (Web site)

Track

  1. For this track, Sly Stone played the bass instead of Larry Graham.

Hit

  1. By 1996, they were on Sly & Robbie's Taxi label, where the single "Hit Them High" appeared, again making no real impact.
  2. It was rumored that Larry Graham took out a hit on Sly Stone 's life, which led to a brawl between their respective entourages and Graham leaving the band. (Web site)
  3. He hit his big splash and taunted Kane while Trish looked on with a sly look on her face.

Sound

  1. This beat was pioneered by Sly and Robbie, who later helped create the "Rub-a-Dub" sound that greatly influenced dancehall. (Web site)
  2. While opening for the Stones it dons on Sly that reggae drum beats don’t sound as powerful or loud as rock rhythms. (Web site)

Voice

  1. Sly Stone was the first to employ devices to alter the spoken and sung voice and guitars in funk music.For example Sly Stone's film "Sex Machine". (Web site)

Daughter

  1. Her daughter, Lisa Stone, is now singing with Vet Stone and Cynthia Robinson in a Sly & the Family Stone tribute band.

Point

  1. Legends such as Jackie Mittoo, Sly and Robbie, Tommy McCook, and Aston Barrett were all involved with the band at one point or another.
  2. Sly once again succeeds in defeating his old foe, and at this point, the true source of Clockwerk's power, the "Hate Chip", is discovered.

Forward

  1. Looking forward to the rest of the series hopefully including Curtis Mayfield and Sly Stone. (Web site)

Beginning

  1. While the group was at the height of its popularity, Sly was beginning to unravel behind the scenes. (Web site)
  2. Sly finds there is no count in and must find the beat using an odd snare pattern at the beginning of the song. (Web site)

George Clinton

  1. It can be argued that the Meters created modern funk, along with James Brown, George Clinton and Sly Stone.
  2. They know that George Clinton, Sly Stone and other funk and soul musicians were crucial early building blocks on the music tip. (Web site)

Name

  1. High On You was billed as a Sly Stone solo album; Heard You Missed Me was a Sly & the Family Stone album in name only.

Fresh

  1. With a new bassist, Rusty Allen, Sly produced his final gold album, Fresh, in 1973, but thereafter recordings and sales dropped sharply. (Web site)
  2. Fresh is considered to be the last "big" album by Sly Stone, and is regarded among the most essential funk records.

Love

  1. Van: I'd love to meet (let alone work with) Sly Stone.

Story

  1. As the story goes, Sly Cooper is a young master thief, assisted by his turtle buddy, Bentley, and a hippo named Murray. (Web site)
  2. The story goes that it was Dick Clark's wife who first christened the portly young singer ``Chubby Checker,'' a sly reference to Fats Domino.

Working

  1. In return Sly gives Jo Jo the rhythm track to a new song he’s working on. (Web site)
  2. Always working together, this animal mod squad is sure to bring a smile to any gamer that plays Sly Cooper. (Web site)
  3. Just working with Sly Stone was encouraging. (Web site)

Parliament

  1. I'll be honest, Sly and the Family Stone and Parliament are great funk musicians, but I'd take Headhunters over them any day.

Bill

  1. On their first Raggamuffin tour SLY & ROBBIE, the modern masters of rhythm, will bring their own brand of reggae to the bill.
  2. A month later, they made their first appearance at the Fillmore West on a bill with the Steve Miller Band and Sly & the Family Stone.

Good

  1. I love to hear Dolly Parton sing and Sly is always good to laugh at and with. (Web site)
  2. This opening to The Smiling Lieutenant is one good example of how sly, charming, efficient and light-hearted Ernst Lubitsch could be. (Web site)
  3. As good as Sly Cooper is as a platform title, it is the game's Metal Gear Solid -inspired gameplay that makes it a classic. (Web site)

Themselves

  1. However, the James Bond films always had a sly sense of humor about themselves. (Web site)

Words

  1. He had been timing us on the sly, and later said those were the fastest laps ever run in “the history of the Buck Baker School”. His words, not mine.
  2. Latest news and words from Sly Stone. (Web site)

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