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Gil Scott-Heron - The Revolution Will Not Be Televised


Stock: 5

Format: LP, Comp, RE

Media Condition:  Near Mint (NM or M-)
Sleeve Condition: Mint (M)
Country:    Europe  
Genre:       Jazz, Funk / Soul
Style:         Funk, Rhythm & Blues, Spoken Word


  Gil Scott-Heron's "The Revolution Will Not Be Televised" is a landmark spoken word and soul jazz track that became an anthem for social and political change. Released in 1970, this piece is a powerful commentary on the media's role in shaping public perception during a time of social upheaval.

Scott-Heron's distinctive spoken-word delivery, accompanied by a jazz-funk groove, challenges the status quo and calls for a revolution of the mind.





A1. The Revolution Will Not Be Televised 3:05
A2. Sex Education: Ghetto Style 0:50
A3. The Get Out Of The Ghetto Blues 5:07
A4. No Knock (Without Intro) 1:29
A5. Lady Day And John Coltrane 3:34
A6. Pieces Of A Man 4:52
B1. Home Is Where The Hatred Is 3:19
B2. Brother (Without Intro) 1:44
B3. Save The Children 4:25
B4. Whitey On The Moon (Without Intro) 1:25
B5. Did You Hear What They Said? 3:26



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