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Dance to the Music is the second studio album by funk/soul band Sly and the Family Stone, released April 27, 1968 on Epic/CBS Records. It contains the Top Ten hit single of the same name, which was influential in the formation and popularization of the musical subgenre of psychedelic soul and helped lay the groundwork for the development of funk music.
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Sly & the Family Stone came into their own with their second album, Dance to the Music. This is exuberant music, bursting with joy and invention. If there's a shortage of classic material, with only the title track being a genuine classic, that winds up being nearly incidental, since it's so easy to get sucked into the freewheeling spirit and cavalier virtuosity of the group.
Dance To The Music" has since been ranked on Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Songs of All Time. In spite of the success of this breakout hit, none of the group members particularly liked the song, with saxophonist Jerry Martini dismissing it as "glorified Motown beats" and said that the song was an "unhip" thing for them to do. In For the Record: Sly & the Family Stone: An Oral History, by Joel Selvin, Joel said of the group: "there are two types of black music: black music before Sly Stone, and black music after Sly Stone . Sly & the Family Stone drummer Greg Errico recalled the story to Uncut: "Most of our stuff in those days came together over time. It wasn't a preconceived thing. Cutting the track, we got the strong beat that everyone could log onto, then it came together in layers.