Larry Graham Jr. (born August 14, 1946) is an American bass guitar player and singer, both with the psychedelic soul/funk band Sly and the Family Stone, and as the founder and frontman of Graham Central Station.
Larry Graham Central Station live in Renesse! Super giged tha house! Mr. Graham and his band "Central Station" are in top condition and performing at its best, what a beast on stage !!! A must see for everyone! Have fun! 6-10-2012 ALL ABOARD FOR Graham Central Station--I'm convinced now that Larry Graham has discovered funkroids (some form of musical steriods) because it is simply against anyone's DNA to consisently play the brand of funk he performed in the otherwise quiet and quaint town of Annapolis, Md. If you think there's a chance Larry has slowed down over the. 5-7-2011 Larry is featured on the hidden track at the end of Raphael Saadiq's new album "Stone Rollin'". Larry is also mentioned in the album’s liner notes as "The reason I play the bass".
In the 1990’s, Graham Central Station featured Larry’s former Sly and the Family Stone band members Cynthia Robinson and Jerry Martini. After a stint of playing support acts on Prince's Jam Of The Year World Tour. Graham and [[Prince grew very close, and Graham and his family even moved to Chanhassen. Input in Prince's Discography. Input in Prince's Live performances. 1974 Graham Central Station: Graham Central Station. 1978 Graham Central Station: My Radio Sure Sounds Good To Me. 1979 Graham Central Station: Star Walk. 1980 Larry Graham: One in a Million You. 1981 Larry Graham: Just Be My Lady. 1982 Larry Graham: Sooner or Later. 1996 Graham Central Station: Live In London. 1998 Graham Central Station: Back By Popular Demand. 1999 Graham Central Station: GCS 2000.
The Jam: The Larry Graham & Graham Central Station Anthology is an exhaustive, lovingly assembled double-disc retrospective of Graham's entire career, following his immediate post-Sly & the Family Stone recordings with Graham Central Station, through his luxurious solo quiet storm hits of the late '70s and early '80s, to his reunion with the Station in the '90s. Along the way, it hits every big hit and major jam among its 33 tracks, which culminates full circle with a live version of "I Want to Take You Higher" from 1992.
Album · 1996 · 11 Songs. 11 Songs, 43 Minutes. Released: Apr 1, 1996. Records Inc. Marketed by Rhino Entertainment Company, a Warner Music Group Company.
|It Ain't No Fun To Me|
|Feel The Need|
|Can You Handle It?|
|Thank You For Talking To Me Africa|
|I Can't Stand The Rain|
|If You Want Me To Stay|
|The Bass Solo|
|Love & Happiness|
|Dance To The Music / The Jam|
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