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  1. Domi says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Pitman Pressing Vinyl release of Heard Ya Missed Me, Well I'm Back on Discogs. Label: Epic - PE • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Promo Pitman Pressing • Country: US • Genre: Funk / Soul • Style: Funk4/5(9).
  2. Nirn says:
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  3. Tygoshura says:
    Heard Ya Missed Me, Well I'm Back, Sly Stone's ninth album for Epic, features a reunited Sly & the Family Stone. Sly's previous album, the funk-filled High on You (), had been a solo effort. The sentiment here sure seems inviting -- Sly optimistically reuniting with his group in an aim to recapture the magic of his late-'60s prime -- yet the result is sadly disappointing.4/
  4. Tauzuru says:
    possibility of their child's becoming a "hippie." Dr. Rosenbaum: "There must be a reconstruction of the family unit, with much expression of love. Parents should work and play with these young people to show that all the family members care about one another." "There must be a great deal of dialogue -- sometimes very painful dialogue
  5. Maujind says:
    Sly & The Family Stone - Heard Ya Missed Me, Well I'm Back quantity. Add to cart. Sly & The Family Stone – Heard Ya Missed Me, Well I’m Back Mother Is A Hippie: B3: Let’s Be Together: B4: The Thing Very Good Plus (VG+) Reviews. There are no reviews yet. Be the first to review “Sly & The Family Stone – Heard Ya.
  6. Doujind says:
    Mar 12,  · Rather than revisit the funk of High on You or the psychedelic pop/rock of late-’60s Sly & the Family Stone, Heard Ya Missed Me, Well I’m Back seems modeled after the Philly soul sound of the time. This in itself is fine — this was , after all, and the Family Stone seemed well-suited for the horn- and chorus-filled style of Philly.
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  8. Kagazshura says:
    The bottom line here is that HEARD YA MISSED ME is a pleasent enough album that Sly completists should seek out, but it is atypical of Sly's best work, and should be approched with caution by the average listener. Although, as an expensive import, the average listener will never come near this album anyway, and that's not that great of a loss/5(13).
  9. Gogore says:
    Aug 10,  · Six years in the mom game and I still don't quite know what a "hippie mom" is. I guess I could base it on things I've done that have prompted others to tell me, "You're such a hippie!" Those.

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