Music of a Movement: 20 Socially Conscious Classics
Sly and the Family Stone: "Everyday People"
Sly and the Family Stone wanted to spread their message of peace and racial...
Sly and the Family Stone wanted to spread their message of peace and racial equality in this 1968 classic. As one of the first integrated bands in music, the group certainly practiced what they preached. "I am no better and neither are you/ We're all the same whatever we do," sang lead singer Sly Stone.