The short-lived female R&B trio Small Sister was most widely known because of its associations with Sylvester “Sly Rock” Stewart. Not merely did Rock organize the trio, its primary member was his sister, Vaetta “Vet” Stewart (therefore the group’s name). Stewart, Mary Rand, and Elva Melton started singing collectively as touring back-up for Sly & the Family members Rock in the past due ’60s and offering support vocals on many of their albums. In 1970, Rock produced some church-inflected soul songs to them on his Rock Blossom imprint. Two of these became TOP R&B strikes: “You’re the main one, Pt. 1” and “Somebody’s Viewing You,” the second option which the Family members Rock had previously documented on the Stand! recording. “You’re the main one” was the larger strike, but the cool “Somebody’s Viewing You” had higher sonic effect: charting in early 1971, it had been reported to be the very first significant pop strike to use designed drums, and its own percolating rhythm-bed presaged that of the Family members Stone’s own substantial strike “Family members Affair” afterwards that year. Missing both administration and Sly Stone’s continuing attention and participation, the group disbanded quickly thereafter without fanfare.