Sly: The Lives of Sylvester Stewart and Sly Stone
THE MAN. THE MUSIC. THE BAND. THE HITS. THE RIOTS. THE CONTROVERSY. THE STRUGGLE. THE DOWNFALL. THE LOST YEARS. THE LEGEND. THE STORY OF THE MAN BEHIND THE HITS: "Dance to the Music," "Stand," ""I Want to Take You Higher," "Everyday People," "Sing a Simple Song," "You Can Make It If You Try," "Hot Fun in the Summertime,"" "Everybody is a Star," "Thank You(Falettinme Be Mice Elf Agin)," "Family Affair," and "If You Want Me to Stay."
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