Sunday, August 8, 2010 - Gil Scott Heron

genre - soul, jazz, mix
release date - 2010

Sometimes less means more and that is why the second part Soul-jazz tribute podcast series lasts for not even half an hour and presents less knows and less revolutionary side of mister Scott-Heron. The lack of most popular works like The Bottle or Revolution Will Not Be Televised is compensated by six unique and so different compositions found in the output of this magnificent artist. Your attention should be attracted by this year’s published My Cloud; one of many excellent examples showing cooperation between Gil Scott-Heron and Malcolm Cecil. on GNs.

01 Morning Thoughts
02 A Prayer For Everybody/To Be Free
03 Offering
04 A Lovely Day
05 My Cloud
06 Spirits Past


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