The Revolution Will Not Be Televised (LP)

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Format: LP 
Label: Flying Dutchman 
Year: 2017 

Media Condition: New 
Sleeve/Cover Condition: New 


A1 The Revolution Will Not Be Televised 
A2 Sex Education: Ghetto Style 
A3 The Get Out Of The Ghetto Blues 
A4 No Knock 
A5 Lady Day And John Coltrane 
A6 Pieces Of A Man 
B1 Home Is Where The Hatred Is 
B2 Brother 
B3 Save The Children 
B4 Whitey On The Moon 
B5 Did You Hear What They Said? 

Originally released in 1974 


Bass – Gerry Jemott, Ron Carter 
Drums – Pretty Purdie 
Flute, Alto Saxophone – Hubert Laws 
Guitar – Burt Jones, David Spinozza 
Percussion – Charlie Saunders, Eddie Knowles 
Piano – Brian Jackson 
Vocals - Gil Scott-Heron 

A compilation of Gil Scott-Heron's best-known works for the Flying Dutchman label. Originally released to capitalize on the success of Scott-Heron's then-current hit 'The Bottle' and his subsequent signing to Arista (which also occasioned Gil leaving his teaching job at DC's Federal City College and fiction-writing pursuits to become a full time touring musician), this 1974 compilation has since become the definitive distillation of his early work. 

Contained within the original 11-track selection were the title track, 'Whitey On The Moon', 'Home Is Where The Hatred Is' plus eight more, from the spoken-word proto-rap of "Brother" to the cool blue jazz of "Pieces Of A Man" and "Did You Hear What They Said". 

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