Reissue of Gil Scott-Heron's 1972 album taken from the original master tapes.
The album features many of Gil's most important early songs including "Home Is Where The Hatred Is", "Lady Day and John Coltrane" and "The Revolution Will Not Be Televised".
Backed by some of New York's finest session musicians including Bernard Purdie, Hubert Laws and Ron Carter, it is one of the great albums of black American music.
A1. The Revolution Will Not Be Televised 3:05
A2. Save The Children 4:25
A3. Lady Day And John Coltrane 3:34
A4. Home Is Where The Hatred Is 3:19
A5. When You Are Who You Are 3:21
A6. I Think I'll Call It Morning 3:29
B1. Pieces Of A Man 3:05
B2. A Sign Of The Ages 4:01
B3. Or Down You Fall 3:12
B4. The Needle's Eye 4:48
B5. The Prisoner 9:25
Media Condition: Mint (M)
Sleeve Condition: Mint (M)
Genre: Jazz, Funk / Soul
Style: Soul-Jazz, Soul
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