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Porto Alegre

February 2006, Stone joined Stevie Wonder, India.Arie, and John Legend during the Super Bowl XL pre-game ceremonies to perform a medley of Wonder's hits. Three days later, on 8 February, on the night of the 2006 Grammy Awards (48th Grammy Awards), she helped perform a medley of Sly & the Family Stone's hits alongside Legend, Ciara, Maroon 5, will.i.am, Robert Randolph (Robert Randolph and the Family Band), Steven Tyler and Joe Perry (musician) Joe Perry

last Carroll first Larry date 12 December 2006 work MTV Movie News At the 2007 Grammy Awards (49th Grammy Awards), Stone shared the award for Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals (Grammy Award for Best R&B Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocals) for her collaboration with John Legend and Van Hunt on their 2005 cover of Sly & the Family Stone's 1971 chart-topper " Family Affair (Sly & the Family Stone song) Family Affair


Haight-Ashbury

"Beatniks" appeared in many cartoons, movies, and TV shows of the time, perhaps the most famous being the character Maynard G. Krebs in ''The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis.'' (1959–1963) title3 "Luv n' Haight" description3 The 1971 funk song by Sly & the Family Stone is satirically titled as a reference to the Haight-Ashbury scene, while the music and lyrics express disillusionment with the Counterculture of the 1960s 1960s


Sausalito, California

that was said to belong to Sly, of Sly & the Family Stone. It was a black-and-red room, with a sunken pit in the middle where there was a piano, and a big black-velvet bed with Victorian drapes." Released March, 1983 Reissued June 2008 Recorded 1982 at The Town House (Townhouse Studios), London; The Record Plant (Record Plant Studios) and Harbour Sound, Sausalito, California; Tres Virgos, San Rafael, California and Lombard Sound Studios, Dublin Genre Celtic (Celtic music), Jazz, New Age (New age music) Recording and composition The album was recorded at Studio D and Record Plant Studios in Sausalito, California in 1985 with Jim Stern as engineer. Heylin, ''Can You Feel the Silence'', p. 520 The basic takes were recorded at Studio D with Chris Michie, Jef Labes, Baba Trunde, David Hayes (David Hayes (musician)) and Morrison. Overdubs, guitar solos, strings and back-up vocals were added at the Record Plant with the masters taken to Townhouse Studios in London. Overdubs with Ritchie Buckley on saxophone, Martin Drover on trumpet and oboe played by Kate St. John were added in the London studio. Recording The first recording session started in May 1981 at The Record Plant studios, Sausalito, California, near the Golden Gate, San Francisco. Operational history SS ''Mission Buenaventura'' was laid down 29 March 1944 under a Maritime Commission contract by Marinship Corporation, Sausalito, California; launched 28 May 1944; sponsored by Mrs. Fred W. Boole; and delivered 28 June 1944. Chartered to Deconhill Shipping Company, for operations, she spent the remainder of the War supporting the victorious Allied forces in the Pacific. She was returned to the Maritime Commission in March 1946 and on 30 March was laid up in the Maritime Commission Reserve Fleet at Mobile, Alabama. Halpin became composer in residence at the Headlands Center for the Arts, in Sausalito, California, and played with a number of bands over the years, including: The Sponges, Funhouse, Folklore, SnakeDoctor and Plank Road. While on the West Coast, Halpin and his wife managed a New Wave (New Wave music) punk rock night club, The Roosevelt, before moving to Indiana in 1995 to pursue opportunities in the visual arts. Career ''Mission San Francisco'' was laid down on 5 May 1945 as ''Contocook'' under a Maritime Commission contract by Marinship Corporation, Sausalito, California; launched on 18 September 1945, sponsored by Mrs. John J. Manning; and delivered on 11 October 1945. Chartered to Deconhill Shipping Company, upon her delivery, for operations, she served until 14 April 1946 when she was returned to the Maritime Commission and laid up in the Maritime Reserve Fleet at Mobile, Alabama. Career ''Mission Santa Ynez'' was laid down 9 September 1943 under a Maritime Commission contract by Marinship Corporation, Sausalito, California; launched 19 December 1943; sponsored by Mrs. Ralph K. Davies; and delivered 13 March 1944. Chartered to Pacific Tankers, Inc., for operations, she spent the remainder of the War carrying fuel to our forces overseas. She remained in this capacity until 28 March 1946 when she was returned to the Maritime Commission and laid up in the Maritime reserve Fleet at James River, Virginia. Service history ''Mission Purisma'' was laid down on 10 June 1943 under a Maritime Commission contract by Marinship Corporation, Sausalito, California; launched 25 August 1943, sponsored by Mrs. John Collins; and delivered 23 November 1943. Chartered to Deconhill Shipping Company for operations, she carried fuel to allied forces in the Pacific (Pacific Ocean) and the Atlantic (Atlantic Ocean) theaters until 27 April 1946 when she was returned to the Maritime Commission and laid up in the Maritime Reserve Fleet at Suisun Bay, California. Career ''Mission Loreto'' was laid down on 27 April 1944 under a Maritime Commission contract by Marine Ship Corporation, Sausalito (Sausalito, California), California; launched 28 June 1944; sponsored by Mrs. S. D. Bechtel; and delivered 22 July 1944. Operated, under charter, by Los Angeles Tanker Operators Inc., she spent the remainder of the War transporting fuel to Allied forces in the western Pacific (Pacific Ocean), during which time she was awarded the National Defense Service Medal. She continued in these duties until 26 April 1946 when she was returned to the Maritime Commission and laid up in the Maritime Reserve Fleet at Mobile (Mobile, Alabama), Alabama. Career ''Mission San Antonio'' was laid down on 15 January 1944 under a Maritime Commission contract by Marinship Ship Corporation, Sausalito, California; launched 8 April 1944; sponsored by Mrs. Marian McClure; and delivered 24 May 1944. Chartered to Los Angeles Tanker Operators Inc., on her delivery date for operations, she spent the remainder of the War carrying vital fuel products to Allied forces in the western Pacific (during which time she was awarded the National Defense Service Medal). She was returned to the Maritime Commission on 30 April 1946 and laid up in the Maritime Reserve Fleet at Mobile, Alabama. As oiler, 1943–1957 ''Mission San Fernando'' was laid down on 26 August 1943 under a Maritime Commission contract by Marine Ship Corporation, Sausalito, California; launched on 25 November 1943; sponsored by Mrs. Ruth B. Krohn; and delivered on 29 February 1944. Chartered to Pacific Tankers Inc., for operations, she served the remainder of the War carrying fuel to Allied forces in the western Pacific (Pacific Ocean) (during which time she was twice awarded the Battle Efficiency Award as well as the National Defense Service Medal). She remained in service until 10 May 1946 when she was returned to the Maritime Commission and laid up in the Reserve Fleet at Olympia, Washington. Career ''Mission San Jose'' was laid down 17 July 1943 under a Maritime Commission contract by Marine Ship Corporation, Sausalito, California; launched 7 October 1943; sponsored by Mrs. Robert L. Bridges and delivered 29 January 1944. Chartered to Pacific Tankers, Inc. for operations, she spent the remainder of the war carrying fuel to Allied forces overseas. She served in this capacity until 3 May 1946, when she was returned to the Maritime Commission and laid up in the Maritime Reserve Fleet at Mobile, Alabama. Career ''Mission San Luis Obispo'' was laid down on 18 April 1944 under a Maritime Commission contract by Marine Ship Corporation, Sausalito, California; launched on 18 June 1944, sponsored by Mrs. George A. Patterson; and delivered on 15 July 1944. Chartered to Pacific Tankers, Inc. for operations, she spent the remainder of the War carrying fuel to our forces in the Pacific (Pacific Ocean) (during which time she was awarded the National Defense Service Medal). She remained in this capacity until 27 March 1946 when she was returned to the Maritime Commission and laid up in the Maritime Reserve Fleet at James River, Virginia. Career ''Mission San Luis Rey'' was laid down 15 October 1943 under a Maritime Commission contract by Marine Ship Corporation, Sausalito, California; launched 29 January 1944; sponsored by Mrs. T. L. Phillips; and delivered 31 March 1944. Chartered to Pacific Tankers, Inc. for operations, she spent the remainder of the War carrying fuel to Allied bases overseas (during which time she was awarded the National Defense Service Medal). She served in this capacity until 29 March 1946 when she was returned to the Maritime Commission and laid up in the Maritime Reserve Fleet at James River, Virginia. Career ''Mission San Miguel'' was laid down 11 August 1943 under a Maritime Commission contract by Marine Ship Corporation, Sausalito, California; launched 31 October 1943; sponsored by Mrs. John W. Hardie; and delivered 19 February 1944. Chartered to Pacific Tankers, Inc. for operations, she spent the remainder of the War carrying fuel to Allied forces overseas. She remained in this capacity until 20 May 1946 when she was returned to the Maritime Commission and laid up in the Maritime Reserve Fleet at Mobile, Alabama. Career ''Mission Santa Barbara'' was laid down 8 April 1944 under a Maritime Commission contract by Marine Ship Corporation, Sausalito, California; launched 8 June 1944; sponsored by Mrs. Carl H. Nilson; and delivered 8 July 1944. Chartered to Pacific Tankers, Inc. for operations, she spent the remainder of the War carrying fuel to Allied bases in the Pacific (Pacific Ocean). She remained in this capacity until 8 May 1946 when she was returned to the Maritime Commission and laid up in the Maritime Reserve Fleet at Olympia, Washington. Career ''Mission Santa Clara'' was laid down 15 March 1944 under a Maritime Commission contract by Marine Ship Corporation, Sausalito, California; launched 18 May 1944; sponsored by Mrs. Donald E. Reed; and delivered 21 June 1944. Chartered to Los Angeles Tanker Operators, Inc. for operations, she spent the remainder of the War carrying fuel to Allied forces in the western Pacific (Pacific Ocean). She remained in this capacity until 8 April 1946 when she was returned to the Maritime Commission and laid up in the Maritime Reserve Fleet at Mobile, Alabama. Career ''Mission Santa Cruz'' was laid down 26 June 1943 under a Maritime Commission contract by Marine Ship Corporation, Sausalito, California; launched 8 September 1943; sponsored by Mrs. Frank C. Sewell; and delivered 31 December 1943. Chartered to Deconhill Shipping Corporation for operations, she spent the remainder of the War carrying fuel to our forces fighting in the Pacific (Pacific Ocean) (during which time she was awarded the National Defense Service Medal). She remained in this capacity until 3 June 1946 when she was returned to the Maritime Commission and laid up in the Maritime Reserve Fleet at Mobile, Alabama. Career ''Mission Soledad'' was laid down 12 July 1943 under a Maritime Commission contract by Marine Ship Corporation, Sausalito, California; launched 28 September 1943; sponsored by Mrs. Atholl McBean; delivered 16 January 1944. Chartered to Pacific Tankers, Inc. for operations, she spent the remainder of the War carrying fuel to Allied forces in the western Pacific (Pacific Ocean). She remained in this capacity until mid-February 1946, when she returned to her building yard and was laid up in reserve. Service history ''Mission Carmel'' was laid down on 1 January 1944 under a Maritime Commission contract by Marinship Corporation, Sausalito, California; launched on 28 March 1944, sponsored by Mrs. W. B. Lardner; and delivered on 17 May 1944. Chartered to Pacific Tankers, Inc. for operations, she spent the remainder of the war providing fuel to allied forces overseas (during which time she was awarded the National Defense Service Medal). Returned to the Maritime Commission on 11 April 1946 she was laid up in the Reserve Fleet at Portland, Oregon. Career ''Mission San Carlos'' was laid down on 1 November 1943 under a Maritime Commission contract by Marinship Corporation, Sausalito, California: launched 12 February 1944; sponsored by Mrs. J. H. Pomeroy; and delivered 15 April 1944. Chartered to Pacific Tankers, Inc. for operations on 15 April, she spent the remainder of the War providing allied forces overseas with the vital fuel needed to keep America's armies on the move (during which time she was awarded the National Defense Service Medal). She was returned to the Maritime Commission on 20 April 1946 and laid up in the Maritime Reserve Fleet at Mobile, Alabama.


Tallahassee, Florida

in Plainfield. For a period in the 1960s Clinton was a staff songwriter for Motown. Despite initial commercial failure (and one major hit single, "(I Wanna) Testify" in 1967), The Parliaments eventually found success under the names Parliament (Parliament (band)) and Funkadelic in the seventies (see also P-Funk). These two bands combined the elements of musicians such as Jimi Hendrix, Sly and the Family Stone, Cream (Cream (band)) and James Brown while


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Memphis, Tennessee

with politically and socially-charged lyrical themes, Gaye helped popularize sexual and romance-themed music and funk, Edmonds (2001), pp. 15–18. while his 1970s recordings, including ''Let's Get It On'' (1973) and ''I Want You (I Want You (Marvin Gaye album))'' (1976) helped develop the quiet storm sound and format. Weisbard (1995), pp. 202–205. One of the most influential albums ever recorded, Sly & the Family Stone's

''There's a Riot Goin' On'' (1971) has been considered among the first and best examples of the matured version of funk music, after prototypical instances of the sound in the group's earlier work. allmusic (((Sly & the Family Stone Biography))) . All Media Guide, LLC. Retrieved on 2008-10-01. Spoken word soul, an eclectic blend of poetry, jazz-funk and soul was practiced by such artists as Gil Scott

to focus on an African-American audience. In 1959, it was bought by the owners of Memphis (Memphis, Tennessee) radio station WDIA, and the call letters were changed to KDIA. During the 1960s through the 1980s, the station was the premier soul (soul music) and funk station in the San Francisco Bay Area. The station helped launch the careers of such musicians as Sly and the Family Stone. Its tagline at that time was "KDIA, Lucky 13." KDIA history The 1310 AM


Cleveland

to retail stores) in Pittsburgh. Following a number of brief, higher-profile jobs, he was hired as a promotion staffer in Cleveland by CBS Records subsidiary Epic Records in 1968.Sally (July 6, 1984). "Jacksons announce tour dates." '' Pittsburgh Post-Gazette ''. p. 20. He promoted albums by The Hollies, Donovan and Sly & the Family Stone to local radio stations


Cincinnati

He also owns a music lesson studio in Fairfield - OH, called Rock School. He has been a member of Warren Zevon's touring band and the Tomats with members of Sly and the Family Stone. Personal life Prosser and his wife Nancy had two sons, Scott and Mark. However


Philadelphia

Avalon Ballroom in San Francisco, CA (San Francisco, California) with Santana (Santana (band)) * December 6, 1968 at the Spectrum (Wachovia Spectrum) in Philadelphia, PA (Philadelphia), as part of the Quaker City Rock Festival with the Grateful Dead (Grateful Dead), Sly and the Family Stone, & Iron Butterfly * November, 28, 29 and 30, 1969 in Palm Beach, Florida, as part of the Miami Pop Festival with Rolling Stones, Janis Joplin, Chambers Brothers, Sly & The Family

Stone, Jefferson Airplane, The Byrds, Spirit, Pacific Gas & Electric, Sweetwater, Country Joe & The Fish, Johnny Winter, Grand Funk Railroad, The Rugby's, King Crimson. DATE OF BIRTH October 26, 1865 PLACE OF BIRTH Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S. DATE OF DEATH April 15, 1912 1983 saw the release of three singles to back their second album ''Listen (Listen (A Flock of Seagulls album))''. Each was only a minor success in the UK and abroad. Faced with disappointment


Manhattan

. Monk attended Stuyvesant High School, but did not graduate. He toured with an evangelist in his teens, playing the church organ, and in his late teens he began to find work playing jazz. After Sly and the Family Stone, Graham formed his own band, Graham Central Station. The name is a pun on Grand Central Station (Grand Central Terminal), the train station located in the Manhattan borough of New York City (New York, New York). Graham Central Station had several hits in the 1970s


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