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During the late s, Sylvester gained the moniker of the " Queen of Disco " and during his life he attained particular recognition in San Francisco, where he was awarded the key to the city.
In , he was posthumously inducted into the Dance Music Hall of Fame , while his life has been recorded in a biography and made the subject of both a documentary and a musical.
Sylvester James was born on September 6, in the Watts district of Los Angeles, California,  into a middle-class family.
It was here that Letha was largely raised and where she met and married her first husband, Sylvester "Sweet" James, with the couple moving into a small cottage owned by Letha's parents.
Their first child, named Sylvester after his father, was followed by the birth of John Wesley in and Larry in Sylvester and his brothers accompanied her to the church's services, where he developed a particular interest in gospel music.
At the age of eight, he engaged in sexual activity with a far older man at the church—at the time rumored to be the church organist—although he would always maintain that this was consensual and not an example of sexual molestation.
It was this doctor who informed Letha that her son was gay, something that she could not accept, viewing homosexual activity as a perversion and a sin.
During Sylvester's childhood, his mother gave birth to three more children by different fathers before marrying Robert "Sonny" Hurd in the early s, with whom she adopted three foster children.
A supervisor at aerospace manufacturer North American Rockwell , Hurd's job increased the family income and they were able to move into a more expensive, predominantly Euro-American neighborhood north of Watts.
Now homeless, Sylvester spent much of the next decade staying with friends and relatives, in particular, his grandmother Julia, who expressed no disapproval of his homosexuality, having been a friend of a number of gay men in the s.
On occasion, he returned to his mother and step-father's house for a few days at a time, particularly to spend time with his younger sisters, Bernadette and Bernadine.
Sylvester's boyfriend during the latter part of the s was a young man named Lonnie Prince; well-built and attractive, many of Sylvester's friends described the pair as being "the It couple".
During the Watts riots between members of the black community and the predominantly white police force, they joined in with the widespread rioting and looting, stealing wigs, hairspray, and lipstick.
Although he had little interest in formal education and rarely attended classes, Sylvester was enrolled at Jordan High School.
He graduated in at the age of 21; in his graduation photograph, he appeared in drag wearing a blue chiffon prom dress and beehive hairstyle.
Sylvester always considered himself male and began to tone down the feminine nature of his clothing, aiming for a more androgynous look which combined male and female styles and which was influenced by the fashions of the hippie movement.
Arriving in the city, he stayed in the Cockettes' communal home for several days. They were impressed with his falsetto singing voice and his ability to play the piano, asking him to appear in an upcoming show, Radio Rodeo.
Although a significant member of the troupe, Sylvester remained a relatively isolated figure; not only was he one of very few African-American members, he eschewed the group's more surrealist activities for what he saw as classier, more glamorous performances onstage.
In , Sylvester entered into an open relationship with Michael Lyons, a young Euro-American, and soon proposed marriage to him.
Although same-sex marriage was not legally recognised in the U. Following Hibiscus' departure, the Cockettes began to gain increasing media attention, with celebrities such as Rex Reed , Truman Capote , and Gloria Vanderbilt enthusing about their performances.
Rolling Stone magazine singled out Sylvester's performances for particular praise, describing him as "a beautiful black androgyne who has a gospel sound with the heat and shimmer of Aretha [Franklin]'s ".
The success led the troupe to take their show to New York City, a city with a long history of drag culture. Arriving in November , they immersed themselves in the city's avant-garde , attending parties held by Andy Warhol and Screw magazine.
Spending so much of their time partying, most of the Cockettes did not rehearse, the exception being Sylvester, who wanted to perfect his act.
Realizing that he had far better prospects as a solo artist, on the second New York performance he opened his act by telling the audience, "I apologize for this travesty that I'm associated with", while on the seventh he announced that he would be leaving the Cockettes altogether.
The gig did not sell particularly well, and Bowie later commented that San Francisco did not need him, because "They've got Sylvester," referring to their shared preference for androgyny.
On this label, they produced their first album, in which they switched their sound from blues to the more commercially viable rock, while the Pointer Sisters were employed as backing singers.
Sylvester named this first album Scratch My Flower due to a gardenia-shaped scratch-and-sniff sticker adhered to the cover, although it was instead released under the title of Sylvester and his Hot Band.
Sylvester and his Hot Band toured the United States, receiving threats of violence in several Southern states, where widespread conservative and racist attitudes led to antagonism between the band and locals.
Hatch later commented that the Hot Band found the album more satisfactory than its predecessor, but nevertheless it again sold poorly. Now without the Hot Band or a recording contract, Sylvester set himself up with a new band, The Four As, and a new set of backing singers, two black drag queens named Jerry Kirby and Lady Bianca.
With this new entourage, he continued to perform at a number of local venues including Jewel's Catch One , a predominantly black gay dance club on West Pico Avenue in Los Angeles, but reviewers were unimpressed with the new line-up, most of whom abandoned Sylvester in December Nevertheless, although he performed at such events as the Castro Street Fair , success continued to elude him, and he eventually fired Elzie, Davis, and Kirby.
Employing Brent Thomson as his new manager, she suggested that Sylvester rid himself of his androgynous image and wear more masculine clothing to gain a recording contract; as she put it, "nobody is giving out recording contracts to drag queens.
Sylvester asked her if she had another large black friend who could sing, after which she introduced him to Izora Rhodes.
Although he referred to them simply as "the girls", Wash and Rhodes named themselves the Two Tons O' Fun and much later, when they achieved mainstream success, as The Weather Girls , and continued to work with Sylvester intermittently until his death, developing a close friendship with him.
Playing gay bars such as The Stud and The Endup, in September Sylvester and his band gained a regular weekend job at The Palms nightclub on Polk Street, performing two or three sets a night; most of these were covers, but some were original compositions by Sylvester and his then-guitarist Tip Wirrick.
In the middle of that year, he recorded his third album, the self-titled Sylvester , which featured a cover design depicting Sylvester in male attire.
Released as a single, Sylvester's "Over and Over" proved a minor hit in the U. Sylvester's fame increased following the release of his solo album, and he was employed to perform regularly at The Elephant Walk gay bar in the Castro , an area of San Francisco known as a gay village.
He became a friend of Harvey Milk —known locally as the "Mayor of Castro Street"—who was the first openly gay man to be elected to public office in California, and performed at Milk's birthday party that year.
In the film, he plays one of the drag queens singing along to Bob Seger 's "Fire Down Below," in a single scene that was filmed in a run-down bar in downtown Los Angeles.
Sylvester released his second solo album, Step II , in September For this release, he was particularly influenced by the genre of dance music known as disco which was then becoming increasingly popular across the Western world.
Disco was closely associated with the gay, black, and Latino communities in the U. The album landed Cowley a job as a back-up musician on Sylvester's subsequent worldwide tours, and the two started a close friendship and collaboration.
Both singles proved commercial hits both domestically and abroad, topping the American dance chart and breaking into the U. In both August and December , Sylvester visited London, England to promote his music; he proved hugely popular in the city, performing at a number of different nightclubs and being mobbed by fans.
Sylvester followed the success of Step II with an album entitled Stars. Consisting of four love songs , the title track — released as a single in January — had been written by Cowley, and Sylvester would proceed to tell the press that it was his first completely disco album, but that it would also probably be his last.
The performance was attended by a number of senior figures in local government, and halfway through, Mayor Dianne Feinstein sent her aide, Harry Britt, to award Sylvester with the key to the city and proclaim March 11 to be "Sylvester Day.
Sylvester thought very highly of the album, but it did not sell well. Despite increasing mainstream success, Sylvester continued to reaffirm his connection to the gay community of San Francisco, performing at the main stage at the Gay Freedom Day parade.
A large black woman, Sylvester felt that Tracy would work well with his Two Tons O' Fun, and invited her to join his backing singers, which she proceeded to do.
Subsequently, befriending the Tons, she would work for Sylvester for the rest of his life. In , Sylvester also reached tabloid headlines after he was arrested on a visit to New York City, accused of being involved in the robbery of several rare coins.
Sylvester was never charged, and police later admitted their mistake after it was revealed that the real culprit had posed as Sylvester by signing cheques in his name.
Largely avoiding disco after the genre had become unpopular following the much publicized Disco Sucks movement, Sell My Soul instead represented a selection of soul -inspired dance tracks.
Recorded in two weeks, Sylvester worked largely with backing singers and musicians whom he was unfamiliar with, and regular collaborators Rhodes and Cowley were entirely absent.
Reviews were generally poor, describing the album as being average in quality. Sylvester's fifth and final album for Fantasy Records was Too Hot to Sleep , in which he once again eschewed disco for a series of groove soul tunes, ballads, and gospel-style tracks.
Both the Two Tons and Sylvester came to suspect that Fantasy Records had failed to pay them all of the money that they were owed from the sale of their records.
Sylvester grew to despise Fuqua, and forbade his friends from ever mentioning his name. Closely associated with the now unpopular disco and having had no hit singles in the preceding few years, after leaving Fantasy Sylvester was not a particular draw for major record labels.
Recognizing this state of affairs, in Sylvester commented that "there's nothing worse than a fallen star" who still has "illusions" of their continuing fame.
Rather than chasing major chart success, Sylvester wanted to focus on retaining creative control over his music. Sylvester insisted that he include several ballads on the album, which featured cover art by Mark Amerika depicting Sylvester in ancient Egyptian garb.
He went onstage, informing the crowd of Cowley's passing and then sang "Do Ya Wanna Funk" in memory of him.
In , Sylvester became a partner of Megatone Records. Four songs from the album were released as singles, although only "Trouble in Paradise" entered the top 20 of the U.
His next album, entitled M , was more frenetic and pumping than his previous releases, having embraced the recently developed genre of Hi-NRG, but it also included elements of electro and rap.
The major figures behind the album had been Kessie and Morey Goldstein, and Sylvester himself had not written any of the tracks. Sylvester's final album, Mutual Attraction , was produced by Megatone but licensed and released by Warner Bros.
On the album, Sylvester had worked with a wide number of collaborators, and included new tracks alongside covers of songs by Stevie Wonder and George Gershwin.
Reviews of the album were mixed, with many claiming that it was a poor release. With no known medical cure, his health deteriorated rapidly and he died in September Sylvester was devastated, and although recognizing that he too was probably infected, he refused to have his blood tested, only noticing the virus' first symptoms when he developed a persistent cough.
Returning to his flat, he gave away many of his treasured possessions and wrote his will. Having lost a lot of weight and unable to walk easily, he attended the Castro's Gay Freedom Parade in a wheelchair, being pushed along by Mckenna in front of the People with AIDS banner; along Market Street, assembled crowds shouted out his name as he passed.
People have a tendency to blame everything on God. For Thanksgiving , his family spent the holiday with him, although he had developed neuropathy and was increasingly bed-ridden and reliant on morphine ; he died in his bed on December 16, , at the age of He wanted Tracy to sing at his funeral, accompanied by choirs and many flowers.
The whole affair took place in his church, the Love Center, with a sermon being provided by Reverend Walter Hawkins. The event was packed, with standing room only, and the coffin was subsequently taken and buried at his family's plot in Inglewood Park Cemetery.
Sylvester has been described as having a "flamboyant and colourful" public persona,  wearing both male and female gendered clothes as part of his attire,  with his biographer Joshua Gamson opining that for Sylvester, "gender was an everyday choice".
His policy was you only live once, so enjoy! Sylvester was openly gay, with Gamson noting that he tended to enter into relationships with men who were "white, self-doubting and effeminate.
Maley ended the relationship to move to Los Angeles, later recollecting that Sylvester "was a lovely man, and I owe him a lot. Their partnership ended when Rayner admitted that he had not fallen completely in love with Sylvester.
Cranmer died of AIDS-related complications in , the year before Sylvester succumbed to the virus. As an openly gay man throughout his career, Sylvester came to be seen as a spokesman for the gay community.
After all, of all the oppressed minorities, they just have to be the most oppressed. They have all the hassles of finding something or someone to identify with — and they chose me.
I like being around gay people and they've proven to be some of my closest friends and most loyal audiences. I mean, my sexuality has nothing to do with my music.
When I'm fucking I'm not thinking about singing and vice versa. They always want to read me. They always want me to do it their way. I am not going to conform to the gay lifestyle as they see it and that's for sure".
Davis characterized Sylvester as an "absolute perfectionist". Sylvester was born and raised into the Pentecostal denomination of Christianity, and remained a Christian throughout his life.
He often compared the ecstatic feelings that accompanied his onstage performances with the feelings experienced in a gospel choir in a Pentecostal church.
When performances reached a certain level of heightened emotion, he would comment that "we had service. He had been introduced to the church by Jeanie Tracy in the s and would soon become a regular churchgoer, enjoying the place's welcoming attitude towards societal outcasts.
Sylvester requested that his funeral be undertaken by the ministry at the Love Center. During the late s, Sylvester gained the moniker of the "Queen of Disco",  a term that continued to be given to the singer into the 21st century.
He only happened once. He was a radical and a visionary in terms of queerness, music and race. The two figures thus reflected a divide between the gay and straight interpretations and presentations of disco music.
Stewart compared Sylvester to both Willi Ninja and RuPaul as pop icons who exhibited "male femininity" within the "Black male diva or 'queen' tradition".
Roger Gross, the attorney to Sylvester's manager and the openly gay lawyer who helped him draw up his will, petitioned the probate court to designate the charities as the beneficiaries of Sylvester's will.
In , " You Make Me Feel Mighty Real " was selected by the Library of Congress for preservation in the National Recording Registry for being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant".
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