Titel: The Revolutionary Music of Gil Scott-Heron&Brian J - Charenee WadeFormat: Audio CDTracks: Disc 1:1. Offering 2. Song Of The Wind 3. A Toast To The People 4. Home Is Where The Hatred Is 5. Ain´t No Such Thing As Superman 6. Essex/Martin, Gr
(2014/Klondike) 6 tracks with Brian Jackson & The Midnight Band New York´s VIIIVR-FM captured a treasured broadcast by Gil-Scott Heron. A highly-revered artist whose work has remained headily influential over many respected hip hop contemporaries. His appearance alongside Brian Jackson and the Midnight Band at the Village gate in 1976 has since garnered widespread affection and admiration amongst collectors, fans and critics alike. This landmark appearance was primarily aimed at promoting Arista´s imminent release of their 1976 LP Its Your World. This monumental performance comprised of only six songs in comparison with the ten of It´s Your World, but the energy and spirit of that performance evoked acute political and spiritual awareness, rampaging through global and local injustices with humility and conscience firmly intact. Klondikis retraspective spotlight captures Heron´s mi-stage persona and energy exposing ,an explosive chapter in the life and carat of a lyrical legend. Featuring the complete WRVR-FM broadcast, fully re-mastered.
Gil Scott-Heron (1949-2011)-The Revolution Begins: The Flying Dutchman MastersThe three albums Gil Scott-Heron recorded for Bob Thiele?s Flying Dutchman label are some of the most important in the history of black music. They show a multi-talented artist
Raised by his grandmother in Tennessee, Gil Scott-Heron´s journey from humble beginnings to becoming one of the most uncompromising and influential songwriters of his generation is a remarkable one. In this, his heartfelt, beautifully written and posthumously published memoir, we are given bright insights into the music industry, New York, the civil-rights movement, modern America, governmental hypocrisy, Stevie Wonder and our wider place in the world. It is also a fitting testament to the generous brilliance of Gil Scott-Heron and to the Spirits that guided him.
In this issue:COMMENT´´Leaks´´, by Amy Davidson: What we still don’t know about the war in Afghanistan.THE TALK OF THE TOWN´´Pot 101´´, by Tad Friend: Oakland’s marijuana college.´´Torso´´ by Rebecca Mead: Iggy Pop´s new line of T-shirts. PROFILES´´New York is Killing Me´´, by Alec Wilkinson: The unlikely survival of Gil Scott-Heron. PERSONAL HISTORY´´Standing By´´, by David Sedaris: Fear, loathing, flying.SHOUTS & MURMURS´´Sleeper Camp´´, by Larry Doyle: The humiliation of new mates is a tradition in Cabin Eight. BOOKS´´Chan, the Man´´, by Jill Lepore: On the trail of the honorable detective.THE CURRENT CINEMA´´Menfolk´´, by Anthony Lane: A review of Get Low and Life During Wartime. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Dan Bernard, Christine Marshall. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/pe/nyer/100804/pe_nyer_100804_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Paroles et accords de plus de 80 morceaux soul. Titres :The Dock Of The Bay (Otis Redding); Piece Of My Heart (Erma Franklin); A Simple Game (Four Tops); Abraham, Martin And John (Marvin Gaye); Ain´t No Sunshine (Bill Withers); B.A.B.Y. (Carla Thomas); Band Of Gold (Freda Payne); Be Thankful For What You Got (William Devaughn); Be Young, Be Foolish, Be Happy (Tams); Clean Up Woman (Betty Wright); Cool Jerk (Capitols); Cry To Me (Solomon Burke); Don´t Make Me Over (Dionne Warwick); Don´t Play That Song (Aretha Franklin); Drift Away (Dobie Gray); Everybody Needs Somebody To Love (Solomon Burke); Everyday People (Sly, Family Stone); Feeling Good (Nina Simone); First Impressions (Impressions); Float On (Floaters); Give Me Just A Little More Time (Chairmen Of The Board); Go Now (Bessie Banks); Green Onions (Booker T. And The Mg´s); Hard To Handle (Otis Redding); Harlem Shuffle (Bob And Earl); Have A Little Mercy (Jean Wells); Hit The Road Jack (Ray Charles); Hold On, I´m Comin´ (Sam And Dave); I Can´t Stand The Rain (Ann Peebles); I Get The Sweetest Feeling (Jackie Wilson); I Got You (James Brown); I Gotcha (Joe Tex); I Say A Little Prayer (Aretha Franklin); I Thank You (Sam And Dave); I Wanna Get Next To You (Rose Royce); I Want You (Marvin Gaye); I Wish (Stevie Wonder); I´d Rather Go Blind (Etta James); I´ll Take You There (Staple Singers); I´m Gonna Tear Your Playhouse Down (Ann Peebles); In The Midnight Hour (Wilson Pickett); It´s Ecstasy When You Lay Down Next To Me (Barry White); I´ve Been Lonely For So Long (Frederick Knight); I´ve Been Loving You Too Long (Otis Redding); Knock On Wood (Eddie Floyd); Lady Day And John Coltrane (Gil Scott-heron); Land Of A Thousand Dances (Wilson Pickett); Last Night (Mar-keys); Lean On Me (Bill Withers); Les Fleur (Minnie Riperton); Let´s Stay Together (Al Green); Love Really Hurts Without You (Billy Ocean); Midnight Train To Georgia (Gladys Knight And The Pips); Moonlight, Music And You (Laura Greene); Mr. Big Stuff (Jean Knight); Night Shift (Commodores); Nothing But A Heartache (Flirtations); One Nation Under A Grove (Funkadelic); Patches (Clarence Carter); Private Number (William Bell, Judy Clay); Rescue Me (Fontella Bass); Respect (Aretha Franklin); Rock The Boat (Hues Corporation); Rock Your Baby (George Mcrae); Son Of A Preacher Man (Dusty Springfield); Soul Finger (Bar-kays); Soul Man (Sam And Dave); Stand By Me (Ben E King); Stand! (Sly And The Family Stone); Stay With Me Baby (Lorraine Ellison); Stop Her On Sight (Edwin Starr); Summer Breeze (Isley Brothers); Take Me To The River (Al Green); The Boss (James Brown); The ´In´ Crowd (Dobie Gray); The Snake (Al Wilson); Theme (Shaft,Isaac Hayes); Think (James Brown); Try A Little Tenderness (Otis Redding); Under The Boardwalk (Drifters); Walk Away, Renee (Four Tops); Walking The Dog (Rufus Thomas); What´d I Say (Ray Charles); Why Can´t We Live Together (Timmy Thomas); You Don´t Miss Your Water (William Bell)