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Written by: 12 June 2011 No Comment

Gil Scott-Heron

Sometimes it is sadness that reminds you of greatness.

The recent passing of Gil Scott Heron reminded me just how powerful his music was, and will hopefully continue to be.

This live recording in particular sums up the spine tingling power his music and his message had.

 

Gil Scott Heron – Live at the Bottom Line (1977)

TRACKLIST
01. New Deal – 10:19
02. Gumbai – 5:05
03. Intro to Race Track In France – 1:22
04. Race Track In France – 8:06
05. Band Intros ~ Lead in to 95 South – 2:45
06. 95 South – 4:49
07. Intro to Hello Sunday, Hello Road – 1:02
08. Hello Sunday, Hello Road – 3:45
09. Intro to It’s Your World – 0:38
10. It’s Your World – 6:59
11. Home Is Where The Hatred Is – 15:29
12. Almost Lost Detroit – 5:59
13. Intro to Vildgolia – 1:36
14. Vildgolia (Deaf, Dumb & Blind) – 12:24
15. Winter In America – 6:54
16. Under The Hammer – 5:12
17. The Bottle – 15:07
18. Intro to Johannesburg – 0:53
19. Johannesburg – 5:37

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