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|Genre/Form:||Readings with music|
|Material Type:||Fiction, Audio book, etc.|
|Document Type:||Sound Recording|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
|Notes:||Principally prose and poetry readings with incidental music; all written and composed by Gil Scott-Heron.
Originally released on Flying Dutchman/RCA 66611-2, 66628-2, or 66627-2.
Program notes by Tom Terrell (10 p. : port.) in container.
|Credits:||Original recordings produced by Bob Thiele ; compilation produced by John Snyder ; executive producer, Steven Gates.|
|Performer(s):||Gil Scott-Heron, vocals, piano, flute, bells; with acc.|
|Event notes:||Recorded 1970-1972.|
|Description:||1 sound disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Contents:||Paint it black (:31) --
Evolution (and flashback) (3:02) --
Free will (3:31) --
Whitey on the moon (1:45) --
The vulture (4:18) --
Small talk at 125th and Lenox (1:20) --
Billy Green is dead (1:30) --
Ain't no new thing (4:38) --
Get out of the ghetto blues (5:07) --
The King Alfred plan (2:48) --
No knock (2:11) --
Enough (4:12) --
Who'll pay reparations on my soul? (5:14) --
Home is where the hatred is (3:18) --
The revolution will not be televised (3:07).
Very best of Gil Scott-Heron