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Saturday, November 21, 2009

Sly Stone: "High On You" CROSSWORD PUZZLE

By Jerry Kurl

If Sly had issued the song "Crossword Puzzle" right after "Thank You" or "If You Want Me To Stay," it would have been a monster hit. It is a great song that did not get the play that it deserved. Freddie's background vocals are killer. And just as with other horn riffs that have been lifted from Cynthia and Jerry, so too are the horns killer here as well. And need I say anything about the distinctive bass line. I think that's Rusty Allen though instead of Larry Graham. Wanna hear it? Just click on the album cover picture above.
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