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Starbucks brews up new Sly Stone remix

The last time the music business caught a glimpse of Sly Stone was 12 years ago, when he made a late appearance at his induction ceremony into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Starting today, he’s back. Though the funk legend has been away from the public eye, Stone has given his blessing to a new collection of remakes and remixes, as well as a career overview being offered at Starbucks. The 11-track remake/remix set includes Maroon 5 doing “Everyday People”; John Legend, Joss Stone and Van Hunt on “Family Affair”; “You Can Make It if You Try,” with Buddy Guy and John Mayer; and “I Want to Take You Higher,” with Steven Tyler and steel guitarist Robert Randolph. The version of “Dance to the Music” by Black Eyed Peas’ Will.I.Am appears in the Columbia film “Stealth.”

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