Top Gil Scott-heron Albums
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Live in New York (Live)
Live in New York (Live)
[2018]
Small Talk At 125th and Lenox
Small Talk At 125th and Lenox
[2015]
Johannesburg
Johannesburg
[2015]
Nothing New
Nothing New
[2014]
Lo Mejor de Gil Scott-Heron
Lo Mejor de Gil Scott-Heron
[2013]
A Night with Gil Scott-Heron (Live)
A Night with Gil Scott-Heron (Live)
[2013]
The Deluxe Collection: Gil Scott-Heron (Live)
The Deluxe Collection: Gil Scott-Heron (Live)
[2013]
The Revolution Begins: The Flying Dutchman Masters
The Revolution Begins: The Flying Dutchman Masters
[2012]
Angel Dust
Angel Dust
[2011]
Live!
Live!
[2011]
Tour de Force
Tour de Force
[2010]
I'm New Here (Bonus Track Version)
I'm New Here (Bonus Track Version)
[2010]
Tour de Force, Vol. 1
Tour de Force, Vol. 1
[2009]
Jazz Master Series
Jazz Master Series
[2009]
Ultimate Jazz Collections (Volume 16)
Ultimate Jazz Collections (Volume 16)
[2009]
Home Is Where the Hatred Is
Home Is Where the Hatred Is
[2008]
Tour de Force (Live)
Tour de Force (Live)
[2006]
Spirits
Spirits
[1994]
The Revolution Will Not Be Televised
The Revolution Will Not Be Televised
[1988]
Moving Target
Moving Target
[1982]
Reflections
Reflections
[1981]
Real Eyes
Real Eyes
[1980]
Free Will
Free Will
[1972]
Pieces of a Man
Pieces of a Man
[1971]
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The Bottle Small Talk At 125th And Lenox We Beg Your Pardon (pardon Our Analysis) Lovely Day Work For Peace The Vulture The Train From Washington A Legend In His Own Mind Waiting For The Axe To Fall The Subject Was Faggots Combinations 1980 Alluswe 95 South (all Of The Places We've Been) Three Miles Down Peace Go With You Brother (wa-alaikum-salaam) The Revolution Will Not Be Televised Message To The Rappers I'm New Here On Coming From A Broken Home Me And The Devil Running The Crutch I'll Take Care Of You My Cloud Washington D.c. Where Did The Night Go Blue Collar The Other Side Part Ii Don't Give Up New York Is Killing Me Storm Music Morning Thoughts Black History - The World Spirits Past Give Her A Call The Other Side Part I Grandma's Hands Gun The Other Side Part Iii Your Soul And Mine Is That Jazz Omen Or Down You Fall Your Daddy Loves You (for Gia Louise) When You Are Who You Are No Knock Plastic Pattern People Bicentennial Blues I Think I'll Call It Morning The Klan Free Will Who Will Survive In America King Alfred Plan A Sign Of The Ages Speed Kills Did You Hear What They Said Whitey On The Moon Brother The New Deal Who'll Pay Reparations On My Soul Home Is Where The Hatred Is Billy Green Is Dead B Movie Everyday Lady Day And John Coltrane Sex Education: Ghetto Style The Prisoner Paint It Black Pieces Of A Man Save The Children Evolution (and Flashback) The Needle's Eye Jose Campos Torres Get Out Of The Ghetto Blues Angola Louisiana Racetrack In France Willing Under The Hammer Angel Dust 17th Street Push Comes To Shove Offering Better Days Ahead Madison Avenue Johannesburg Enough Hello Sunday! Hello Road! Liberation Song (red Black And Green) Alien (hold On To Your Dream) Delta Man (where I'm Comin' From) Vild (deaf Dumb And Blind) Rivers Of My Fathers We Almost Lost Detroit Must Be Something Winter In America Ain't No Such Thing As Superman Song For Bobby Smith It's Your World Shah Mot (the Shah Is Dead - Checkmate) Back Home A Prayer For Everybody - To Be Free Beginnings (first Minute Of A New Day) H2o Gate Blues No Exit Fast Lane Ready Or Not Being Blessed (Interlude)
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Related Information for Gil Scott-heron
Gil Scott-Heron (born April 1, 1949 in Chicago, died May 27, 2011 in New York City) was an American poet and musician, known primarily for his late 1960s and early 1970s work as a spoken word performer, associated with African American militant activists. Heron is perhaps most well known for his poems/songs "The Revolution Will Not Be Televised" and "What's the Word - Johannesburg" a movement hit during the 1980's South Africa college and national divestment movement in the United States of America.He began recording in 1970 with the LP Small Talk at 125th and Lenox with the assistance of Bob Thiele Flying Dutchman Records, co-writer Brian Jackson, Hubert Laws, Bernard Purdie (who later recorded "Delights... read more