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Dance to the Music is the second studio album by funk/soul band Sly and the Family Stone, released April 27, 1968 on Epic/CBS Records. It contains the Top Ten hit single of the same name, which was influential in the formation and popularization of the musical subgenre of psychedelic soul and helped lay the groundwork for the development of funk music.
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Jerry Gray had as much claim on "the Glenn Miller sound" as anyone this side of Miller himself, having arranged a good deal of Miller's music and been a key member of the band (as well as its leader in the wake of Miller's death). He'd kept a band of his own going into the late '40s, when the growing visibility of various artists - include Ralph Flanagan and Ray Anthony - possessed him and Decca Records to reestablish the stylistic connection with his late employer