Gil Scott-Heron - The Revolution Will Not Be Televised (LP) -NEW-

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The Revolution Will Not Be Televised is a compilation album by American vocalist Gil Scott-Heron, released in 1974 by Flying Dutchman Records. The album takes its name from Scott-Heron's 1971 song of the same name. It features recordings previously featured on Scott-Heron's first three albums for the Flying Dutchman label, Small Talk at 125th and Lenox (1970), Pieces of a Man (1971), and Free Will (1972), which were produced by jazz producer Bob Thiele.[3] The album's recordings feature musical elements of funk, jazz, and proto-rap.

A1 The Revolution Will Not Be Televised 3:03
A2 Sex Education: Ghetto Style 0:48
A3 The Get Out Of The Ghetto Blues
Written-By – Brian Jackson, Gil Scott-Heron
4:59
A4 No Knock 1:27
A5 Lady Day And John Coltrane 3:32
A6 Pieces Of A Man
Written-By – Brian Jackson, Gil Scott-Heron
4:59
B1 Home Is Where The Hatred Is 3:18
B2 Brother 1:42
B3 Save The Children 4:22
B4 Whitey On The Moon 1:26
B5 Did You Hear What They Said? 3:25

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