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Reseña de álbum

Fresh expands and brightens the slow grooves of There's a Riot Goin' On, turning them, for the most part, into friendly, welcoming rhythms. There are still traces of the narcotic haze of Riot, particularly on the brilliant, crawling inversion of "Que Sera, Sera," yet this never feels like an invitation into a junkie's lair. Still, this isn't necessarily lighter than Riot — in fact, his social commentary is more explicit, and while the music doesn't telegraph his resignation the way Riot did, it comes from the same source. So, Fresh winds up more varied, musically and lyrically, which may not make it as unified, but it does result in more traditional funk that certainly is appealing in its own right. Besides, this isn't conventional funk — it's eccentric, where even concise catchy tunes like "If You Want Me to Stay" seem as elastic as the opener, "In Time." That's the album's ultimate charm — it finds Sly precisely at the point where he's balancing funk and pop, about to fall into the brink, but creating an utterly individual album that wound up being his last masterwork and one of the great funk albums of its era.

Biografía

Se formó en: 1967 en San Francisco, CA

Género: R&B/Soul

Años de actividad: '60s, '70s, '80s

Sly & the Family Stone utilizó todos los recursos musicales y las tendencias sociales de los tardíos '60, creando una desenfrenada pero brillante fusión de soul, rock, R&B, psicodelia y funk que traspasó todos los límites sin tener que pensarlo demasiado. Dirigida por Sly Stone, la Family Stone estaba compuesta por hombres y mujeres, negros y blancos, que hacían de la banda el primer grupo enteramente integrado en la historia del rock. La integración brilló y trascendió a través de su música y...
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