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Sly Stone's Work as a Producer.

Rock historian Ed Ward examines the other side of Sly Stone. In the 60s and 70s Stone was the flamboyant leader of the group Sly and the Family Stone, but he was also an accomplished record producer.


Other segments from the episode on September 12, 1989

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, September 12, 1989: Interview with Richard Martin; Commentary on Sly Stone; Interview with Stephen Scneider; Review of John Gregory Dunne's memoir "Harp."


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