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It's your world.

Author: Gil Scott-Heron; Brian Jackson, pianist.
Publisher: Arista 1976.
Edition/Format:   Music LP : Jazz : No Linguistic Content
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Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Gil Scott-Heron; Brian Jackson, pianist.
OCLC Number: 3280379
Notes: In container.
Durations on labels; words of the songs on container.
Performer(s): Songs; Gil Scott-Heron and Brian Jackson, vocals and keyboard instruments, with ensemble.
Event notes: Recorded July 1-2 in Boston, New York City, and Merrifield, Va.
Contents: Just before sundown: It's your world; Possum Slim; New York City.--Nightfall: 17th Street; Trane; Must be something.--Late evening: Home is where the hatred is; Bicentennial blues.--Midnight and morning: The bottle; Sharing.

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