SLY AND THE FAMILY STONE
"For just the sheer comical, clown-type funkiness of it. It's got roots in doo-wop, which you can hear. And the fact that it's a family; and those brillant black voices. And also the sketchiness of it. The way people are out of time and the volume's so uneven. The end of Stand! is the biz;
it just stands out as one of the funkiest moments. To me it just epitomises B-Boy funk, hip hop funk, miles before its time."
(Jay Kay for the magazine Q in '99)