A Timeless Sly & The Family Stone Joint Gets Reworked By !llmind (Audio)

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Sly & The Family Stone is summertime music, and we’re not just talkin’ about “Hot Fun In The Summertime.” Sly Stone’s trippy ode, “If You Want Me To Stay” may have been released 39 years ago, but Sly’s final journey to the Top 40 remains timeless for lovers telling their partners that the relationship is on thin ice.

!llmind (Skyzoo, G.O.O.D Music, Sean Price) attacks the largely solo joint with a fuzzy, fade-forward remix. The NYU professor is truly a student of classic music… Dig in:

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