Bullion – Say Goodbye To What/Crazy Over You

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After Bullion’s ‘Young Heartache EP’ ushered in the dreamy days of summer, the young producer returns with a mind-bending brace of wistful songs for winter: ‘Say Goodbye To What’ is hook-laden psychedelic funk, a pop song laced with intricacies and a beautifully skewed production approach. It may well be the strangest singalong track of the year. Flipside ‘Crazy Over You’ is a melancholic headnodder, drifting through the speakers with a lovelorn grace while pummelling you with the bottom end. The life of the romantic is not always an easy one.

Tracklist

01. Say Goodbye To What
02. Crazy Over You

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Jneiro Jarel – Android Love Mayhem

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Jneiro Jarel (Dr. Who Dat?) presents the genre re-defining Android Love Mayhem from his newly-launched Label Who imprint, distributed by Alpha Pup. With more monikers than Kool Keith, his collaborations and producer credits are almost too many to mention. Highlights include works with Khujo Goodie (as Willie Isz), DOOM, TV on the Radio, and many more. Often being described as “experimental” and “psychedelic,” Jarel simply calls his ever-changing, abstract approach “the viberian experience,” where various musical styles and influences have beautifully coalesced to become something all it’s own.

Tracklist

01. Black Hole
02. Swift Hovercrafts
03. Lurk (Part 2)
04. Android Romance 1 & 2
05. Going Home (feat. Micah Guagh)
06. Gosohaurd
07. Black Blocks (ElectroSonicFreeRoboticS)
08. Shadoze

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Ann Pebles – I Can't Stand The Rain

Tracklist

01. I Can’t Stand The Rain
02. Do I Need You
03. Until You Came Into My Life
04. (You Keep Me) Hangin’On
05. Run, Run, Run
06. If We Can’t Trust Each Other
07. A Love Vibration
08. You Got To Feed The Fire
09. Im Gonna Tear You Playhouse Down
10. One Way Street

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Robert Glasper Albums!

Hailing from Houston, TX, pianist Robert Glasper is a jazz pianist with a knack for mellow, harmonically complex compositions that also reveal a subtle hip-hop influence. Inspired to play piano by his mother, a gospel pianist and vocalist, Glasper attended Houston’s High School for the Performing Arts. After graduation Glasper studied music at the New School University in Manhattan, where he found performance work with such luminaries as bassist Christian McBride, saxophonist Kenny Garrett, and others. Since graduating college, Glasper has worked with a variety of artists, including trumpeter Roy Hargrove, vocalist Carly Simon, and rapper Mos Def. The pianist released his debut album, Mood, on Fresh Sound New Talent in 2004. Canvas and In My Element followed in 2005 and 2007 respectively on Blue Note Records. In 2009, Glaspar released the forward-thinking album Double Booked which featured a mix of modal post-bop and funky, ’80s-Herbie Hancock-inspired numbers.

for more info check: www.robertglasper.com

2004 – Mood

Tracklist

01. Maiden Voyage
02. Lil Tipsy
03. Alone Together
04. Mood
05. Don’t Close Your Eyes
06. Blue Skies
07. Interlued
08. In Passing
09. L.N.K. Blues

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2005 – Canvas

Tracklist

01. Untitled
02. Canvas
03. Portrait of an Angel
04. Enoch’s Meditation
05. Centelude
06. Jelly’s da Beener
07. Chant
08. Riot
09. North Portland
10. I Remember

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2007 – In My Element

Tracklist

01. G & B
02. Of Dreams To Come
03. F.T.B.
04. Y’Outta Praise Him – (Intro)
05. Y’Outta Praise Him
06. Beatrice
07. Maiden Voyage/Everything in Its Right Place
08. J Dillalude
09. Silly Rabbit
10. One For ‘Grew
11. Tribute

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2009 – Double-Booked

Tracklist

THE ROBERT GLASPER TRIO
01. Intro
02. No Worries
03. Yes I’m Country (And That’s Ok)
04. Downtime
05. 59 South
06. Think of One
THE ROBERT GLASPER EXPERIMENT
07. 4eva
08. Butterfly
09. Festival
10. For You
11. All Matter
12. Open Mind

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2012 – Black Radio
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Tracklist

01. Lift Off Mic Check (feat. Shafiq Husayn)
02. Afro Blue (feat. Erykah Badu)
03. Cherish The Day (feat. Lalah Hathaway)
04. Always Shine (feat. Lupe Fiasco and Bilal)
05. Gonna Be Alright (F.T.B.) (feat. Ledisi)
06. Move Love (feat. KING)
07. Ah Yeah (feat. Musiq Soulchild and Chrisette Michele)
08. Consequence Of Jealousy (feat. Meshell Ndegeocello)
09. Why Do We Try (feat. Stokley Williams)
10. Black Radio (feat. Mos Def)
11. Letter To Hermoine (feat. Bilal)
12. Smells Like Teen Spirit

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Curtis Fuller – Meets Roma Jazz Trio

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Tracklist

01. Impressions
02. R.E.D’s Delight
03. Jazz Island
04. Naima
05. Afternoon In Paris
06. Blue Bossa

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Eric Dolphy – Out To Lunch

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Eric Dolphy was among the most daring, impassioned, and technically assured improvisers to come of age in the 1960s. From his groundbreaking work with Chico Hamilton and Charles Mingus, through his catalytic stint with John Coltrane, and all through his brilliant solo recordings for Prestige, this reed innovator defined the best elements of the swing and the bebop traditions, from Benny Carter through Bird, while extending on the rhythmic, melodic, and harmonic freedom of Monk. Dolphy is an emotional shaman with a keen comic edge, as is evident in the rhythmic sauntering, drunken gait of his theme to “Straight Up and Down,” and Monk’s influence is clearly discernible in Dolphy’s witty dissonances and vocalized blues phrasing throughout Out to Lunch!  (his only Blue Note recording, completed shortly before his untimely death). Rhythm masters Richard Davis, Bobby Hutcherson, and Tony Williams suspend time at will, sculpting in open space, while deconstructing the harmony and superimposing cubist rhythmic displacements–periodically regrouping around Freddie Hubbard’s bumblebee trumpet and the leader’s vocalized bass clarinet (his Monkish “Hat and Beard”), wailing alto (the martial parodies of the title tune), and exhilarating flute (the lyric, swinging “Gazzelloni”). Out to Lunch! represents Dolphy’s most fully realized vision.

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Tracklist

01. Hat and Beard
02. Something Sweet, Something Tender
03. Gazzelloni
04. Out to Lunch
05. Straight Up and Down

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Calibro 35 – Ritornano Quelli Di… Calibro 35

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Tracklist

01. Eurocrime!
02. La Morte Accarezza A Mezzanotte
03. L’Esecutore
04. Milano Odia: La Polizia Non Puo’ Sparare
05. Convergere in Giambellino
06. Il Ritorno Della Banda – Parte I
07. Il Ritorno Della Banda – Parte II
08. Cinque Bambole Per La Luna D’Agosto
09. Piombo in Bocca
10. Sospesi Nel Traffico
11. Gentil Sesso e Brutali Delitti
12. Il Consigliori
13. Si Dicono Tante Cose…

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Frank Strazzeri – After The Rain

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A solid pianist long based in the Los Angeles area, Frank Strazzeri has been in demand for straight-ahead sessions for decades. Although he originally started playing tenor and clarinet when he was 12, Strazzeri soon switched to piano. After studying at the Eastman School, he became the house pianist at a jazz club in Rochester in 1952, where he was able to accompany top jazz artists (including Roy Eldridge and Billie Holiday). In 1954, Strazzeri moved to New Orleans, where he played Dixieland with Sharkey Bonano and Al Hirt. That, however, was just a temporary departure, for he was always a bop-based player. Strazzeri worked with Charlie Ventura (1957-1958) and Woody Herman (1959), before settling permanently in Los Angeles in 1960. He became a studio musician, appeared on many sessions and worked with the who’s who of West Coast jazz. Strazzeri had opportunities to tour with Joe Williams and Maynard Ferguson, and was with Les Brown’s big band from 1971-1974. Among his other musical associations have been Terry Gibbs, Herb Ellis, the Lighthouse All-Stars, Art Pepper, Bud Shank, Cal Tjader, Louie Bellson, and Chet Baker, among many others, in addition to working with his own trios. As a leader, Strazzeri has headed sessions for Revelation, Glendale, Sea Breeze, Catalyst, Discovery, and Fresh Sound.

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Tracklist

01. After The Rain
02. Philadelphia Flyer
03. Rush Hour
04. Blue Dawn
05. The Third Eye
06. Cloudburst

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The Beginning Of The End – Funky Nassau

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A monster bit of funk that’s unlike anything else we can think of! Beginning Of The End hailed from The Bahamas, but don’t hold that against them — because instead of being a Caribbean cliche, they took the best part of the island rhythms, and used them to forge an incredible approach to funk! They’ve got a choppy sound that’s the result of some incredibly dexterous guitar, bass, and drums — and which you’ll recognize instantly from their one-time hit “Funky Nassau”, a killer funk track that never gets old, no matter how many bands cover it over the years! That gem kicks off the album, which then rolls into the monster funky “part 2″, which is even better! Other titles are equally wonderful — and include “Come Down”, “Surrey Ride”, “Monkey Tamarind”, and “In The Deep”. Essential — and one that you’ll be spinning for years!

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Tracklist

01. Funky Nassau Part 1
02. Funky Nassau Part 2
03. Come Down
04. Sleep On Dream On
05. Surrey Ride
06. Monkey Tamarind
07. In The Deep
08. Pretty Girl
09. When She Made Me Promise

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Skeletons – Smile

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Benedic Lamdin is a musician, producer and engineer. He has produced a string of LP’s as Nostalgia 77 for Tru Thoughts; he also produces all the releases for his own label, Impossible Ark. This time though he has summoned a new style of work with a heavily African influenced record:

“Some of the music here started life as commissions for a library music company, pastiches and forgeries paid for by the current vogue for a certain style of African jazz. Once I’d done a few though I couldn’t stop, it was my default preoccupation…”

Indeed, this is an album was almost entirely written by Lamdin, whilst actually being played by various musicians as they passed through. The result is an incredible musical collage that has taken on its own identity.
In his own words, “Skeletons is a made up band. I kid you not – it doesn’t exist. These musicians never stood in the studio together, they just passed through my house or left some scraps of sound behind after sessions we were working on. This record is like a guy, pieced together and ready for the bonfire.”

Tracklist

01. Positive Force
02. Marathon Man
03. Mr Mystery
04. 50 Degrees
05. Gravel
06. Firesticks
07. Over The Bridge
08. Skeletons
09. Guadelupe
10. Mulatu
11. Blood
12. Adam And Eve Featuring The Voice Of Alice Russell

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Jimetta Rose – The Barber’s Daughter

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The full length debut from Jimetta Rose — with spacey soul production and spiritually resonant lyrics — maid all the more rewarding thanks to warm, emotional vocals and deft vocal arrangements from Jimetta! We first heard Ms Rose providing a sweet vocal foil for Shafiq of Sa-Ra on his excellent En-A-Freeka — and she steps out wonderfully on The Barber’s Daughter. The spacey hip hop soul sound is akin to Georgia Anne Muldrow, but Jimetta has her own, perhaps more grounded and focused vibe than the astral atmosherics. Also like Georgia, she has a talent for arranging her vocals to lead, follow and respond to hypnotic effect . This set should be a harbinger for even more wonderful things to come — great set and likely to be one of our favorite independent soul efforts from the LA scene for a long time to come! Includes “Glory Us”, “Life Unfolds”, “Sweet Necessity”, “Revolution Out There”, “On My Own”, “Middow”, “Constellations”, “Drifting Far Away”, “So Easy” and more.

Tracklist

01. Intro (I Got A Dream)
02. Glory Us
03. Life Unfolds
04. Sweet Necessity
05. Revolution Out There
06. On My Own
07. Middow (Days Of Our Lives)
08. America (Revisited)
09. Constellations
10. Drifting Far Away
11. I Got God
12. So Easy
13. Outro (Heaven)

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Erykah Badu – New Amerykah Part Two (Return Of The Ankh)

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Tracklist

01. 20 Feet Tall (Produced by Erykah Badu and 9th Wonder)
02. Window Seat (Produced by Erykah Badu and James Poyser, featuring ?uestlove)
03. Agitation (Produced by Erykah Badu and Shafiq Husayn of SA-RA Creative Partners)
04. Get Money (Produced by Erykah Badu)
05. Don’t Be Long (Produced by Erykah Badu and Taarak)
06. Umm Hmm (Produced by Erykah Badu and Madlib)
07. Love (Produced by Erykah Badu and J Dilla)
08. You Loving Me (Session)
09. Fall in Love (Produced by Erykah Badu and Karriem Riggins)
10. Incense Feat. Kirsten Agnesta
11. Out My Mind Just in Time  (Produced by Erykah Badu and Georgia Anne Muldrow)

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Method Man Ghostface And Raekwon – Wu-Massacre

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For the first time, three of the legendary Wu-Tang Clan’s most dynamic emcees step out together to create a supergroup with a distinctly shaolin sound. Method Man, Ghostface Killah and Raekwon have banded together on their new album of street bangers, Wu Massacre. Joined by fellow Wu-Tang alums Inspectah Deck and Cappadona on several tracks, and featuring production by RZA and Mathematics, Meth, Ghost and Rae’s Wu Massacre is guaranteed to satisfy the legions of fans in the “Wu Army.” From the soulful street single “Our Dreams,” to the thunderous lead-off track “Criminology 2.5,” Wu Massacre finds the three hip-hop legends in razor-sharp form.

Tracklist

01. Criminology 2.5
02. Mef Vs. Chef 2
03. Ya Moms Skit
04. Smooth Sailing Remix (Feat. Solomon Childs & Streetlife)
05. Our Dreams (Feat. Inspectah Deck, Sun God)
06. Gunshowers
07. Dangerous
08. Pimpin’ Chipp
09. How To Pay Rent Skit (Feat. Tracy Morgan)
10. Miranda
11. Youngstown Heist (Feat. Trife, Sheek, Bully)
12. It’s That Wu Shit

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Damu The Fudgemunk – How It Should Sound [PROMO EP]

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This EP features some tracks from How It Should Sound Volumes 1 & 2. H.I.S.S. Vol. 1&2 will be available on April 13th via Redefinition Records.

Tracklist

01. New LP (EP Intro)
02. Judgement Day
03. Fabrega’s Discotecas
04. You Know Who!
05. Bills Be Gone
06. Non-LP Bonus – Wonka Beat 3 (2009)

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Erykah Badu – Turn Me Away (Get MuNNY)

New track from “New Amerykah Part Two: Return of the Ankh”, enjoy!

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Devonwho – Keepthafunkalive

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4 track instrumental 12 inch from L.A based via Portland producer Devonwho. Fresh from his recent Fat City producer series release he expands here to give us 4 tracks with a nod to the spacey electronic funk vibe of West Coast producers like Dam Funk. For those with their ears to the skies he has been making some noise in the West Coast’s thriving beat scene and this debut solo release should cement his growing rep. As always it comes packaged in super full colour artwork!

Tracklist

01. KeepthaFunkAlive
02. Red
03. Stile
04. Tracklift

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Thelonious Monk – Thelonious In Action

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Recorded live at the Five Spot Cafe, New York, New York on July 9 and August 7, 1958. Originally released on Riverside (1190). Includes liner notes by Orrin Keepnews.

Digitally remastered by Joe Tarantino (1988, Fantasy Studios, Berkeley, California).

Tracklist

01. Light Blue
02. Coming On The Hudson
03. Rhythm A Ning
04. Epistrophy
05. Blue Monk
06. Evidence
07. Epistrophy (theme)
08. Unidentified Solo Piano
09. Blue Five Spot
10. In Walked Bud – Epistrophy (Theme)

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Art Farmer – Yesterday's Thoughts

In the Jazz medium, if one speaks of the flugelhorn, Art Farmer comes to mind immediately. He was “instrumental” in popularizing the use of it, and no one has made it sound more lyrical. YESTERDAY’S THOUGHTS is a ballad effort, which includes Michel Legrand’s “What Are You Doing The Rest of Your Life”, Antonio Carlos Jobim’s Bossa Nova number, “How Insensitive,” and Johnny Mercer’s “Namely You.” The title track was written by Farmer’s good friend and collaborator, Benny Golson, and features Farmer’s warm horn playing. The accompanying rhythm section consists of some of the finest Jazz musicians of the time; pianist Cedar Walton, bassist Sam Jones and drummer Billy Higgins. Besides contributing with his outstanding piano solos on numerous tracks, Cedar Walton contributed the up-tempo number, “Firm Roots”, where the musicians expertly plays off each other.

Tracklist

01. What Are You Doing The Rest Of Your Life
02. How Insensitive
03. Namely You
04. Alone Together
05. Yesteray’s Thoughts
06. Firm Roots

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Coleman Hawkins – Body and Soul

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Named after Hawkins’ 1939 proto-bebop classic, this legendary collection proves why Hawkins is considered by many the finest tenor ever. Picking up his career after a stint alongside Louis Armstrong in Fletcher Henderson’s big band and five years in prewar Europe, BODY AND SOUL focuses on Hawkins’ essential small group sides of the ’40s. Here the former swing enthusiast helped create bebop with the help of future jazz icons Benny Carter, J.J. Johnson, Zoot Sims and Max Roach. From “Meet Doctor Foo” to “Angel Face,” Hawkins transforms standards like “My Blue Heaven” into something startlingly new and creates originals like “Bouncing With Bean” that would go on to influenced an entire generation of players. The mid-’50s orchestral sessions that end the album show Hawkins’ eagerness to bring bebop’s structures into new arenas, and the lovely, string-laden remake of the title track indicates that the experiment was a success.

Recorded at RCA Studios, New York, New York between 1939 and 1956. Includes liner notes by Dan Morgenstern.

Tracklist

01. Meet Doctor Foo
02. Fine Dinner
03. She’s Funny That Way
04. Body And Soul
05. When Day Is Done
06. The Sheik Of Araby
07. My Blue Heaven
08. Bouncing With Bean
09. April In Paris
10. How Strange
11. Haf Steps Down Please
12. Angel Face
13. Jumping For Jane
14. I Love You
15. There Will Never Be Another You
16. Little Girl Blue
17. Dinner For One Please James
18. His Very Own Blues
19. 39-25-39
20. The Bean Stalks Again
21. Have You Met Miss Jones
22. Body And Soul
23. The Essence Of You

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Gil Scott-Heron Albums!

Gil Scott-Heron (born April 1, 1949) is an American  poet, musician, and author  known primarily for his late 1970s and early 1980s work as a spoken word soul performer and his collaborative work with musician Brian Jackson. His collaborative efforts with Jackson featured a musical fusion of jazz, blues and soul music, as well as lyrical content concerning social and political issues of the time, delivered in both rapping and melismatic vocal styles by Scott-Heron. The music of these albums, most notably Pieces of a Man and Winter in America in the early 1970s, influenced and helped engender later African-American music genres such as hip hop and neo soul. Scott-Heron’s recording work is often associated with black militant activism and has received much critical acclaim for one of his most well-known compositions “The Revolution Will Not Be Televised”. On his influence, Allmusic  wrote “Scott-Heron’s unique proto-rap style influenced a generation of hip-hop artists”.

1970 – Small Talk at 125th & Lenox Ave

Tracklist

01. Intro
02. The Revolution will not be televised
03. Omen
04. Brother
05. Comment #1
06. Small Talk At 125th And Lenox
07. The Subject Was Faggots
08. Evolution (And Flashback)
09. Plastic Pattern People
10. Whitey On The Moon
11. The Vulture
12. Enough
13. Paint It Black
14. Everyday

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1971 – Pieces Of A Man

Tracklist

01. The Revolution Will Not Be Televised
02. Save The Children
03. Lady Day and John Coltrane
04. Home Is Where The Hatred Is
05. When You Are Who You Are
06. I Think I’ll Call It Morning
07. Pieces Of Man
08. A Sign Of The Ages
09. Or Down You’ll Fall
10. The Needles Eye
11. The Prisoner

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1972 – Free Will

Tracklist

01. Free Will
02. The Middle Of Your Day
03. The Get Out Of The Ghetto Blues
04. Speed Kills
05. Did You Hear What They Said
06. The King Alfred Plan
07. No Knock
08. Wiggy
09. Ain’t No New Thing
10. Billy Green Is Dead
11. Sex Education Ghetto Style
12. … And Then He Wrote Meditations

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1974 – Gil Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson – Winter in America

Tracklist

01. Peace Go With You, Brother
02. Rivers Of My Fathers
03. A Very Precious Time
04. Back Home
05. The Bottle
06. Song For Bobby Smith
07. Your Daddy Loves You
08. H2Ogate Blues
09. Peace Go With You, Brother
10. Winter In America (Live)
11. Song For Bobby Smith (Alternate)
12. Your Daddy Loves You (Live)
13. The Bottle / Guan Guanco (Live)

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1974 – The Revolution Will Not Be Televised

Tracklist

01. The Revolution Will Not Be Televised
02. Sex Education – Ghetto Style
03. The Get Out Of The Ghetto Blues
04. No Knock
05. Lady Day And John Coltrane
06. Pieces Of A Man
07. Home Is Where The Hatred Is
08. Brother
09. Save The Children
10. Whitey On The Moon
11. Did You Hear What They Said
12. When You Are Who You Are
13. I Think I’ll Call It Morning
14. A Sign Of The Ages
15. Or Down You Fall
16. The Needle’s Eye
17. The Prisoner

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1975 – Gil Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson – The First Minute Of A New Day

Tracklist

01. Offering
02. The Liberation Song (Red, Black and Green)
03. Must Be Something
04. Ain’t No Such Thing As Superman
05. Pardon Our Analysis (We Beg Your Pardon)
06. Guerrilla
07. Winter In America
08. Western Sunrise
09. Alluswe
10. A Talk Bluesology Black History Jaws The Revolution Will Not Be Televised
11. Winter In America (Solo Version)

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1976 – Gil Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson – From South Africa to South Carolina

Tracklist

01. Johannesburg
02. A Toast To The People
03. The Summer Of’42
04. Beginnings (The Frist Minute Of a New Day)
05. South Carolina (Barnwell)
06. Essex
07. Fell Together
08. A Lovely Day
09. Johannesburg (live)
10. South Carolina (live)
11. Save The Children
12. Let Me See Your I.D.

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1976 – Gil Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson – It’s Your World

Tracklist

01. It’s Your World
02. Possum Slim
03. New York City
04. 17th Street
05. Trane
06. Must Be Something
07. Home Is Where The Hatred…
08. Bicentennial Blues
09. The Bottle
10. Sharing

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1977 – Gil Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson – Bridges

Tracklist

01. Hello Sunday! Hello Road!
02. Song Of The Wind
03. Racetrack In France
04. Vildgolia (Deaf, Dumb & Blind)
05. Under The Hammer
06 We Almost Lost Detroit
07. Tuskegee #626
08. Delta Man (Where I’m Coming From)
09. 95 South (All Of The Places We’ve Been)

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1978 – Gil Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson – Secrets

Tracklist

01. Angel Dust
02. Madison Avenue
03. Cane
04. Third World Revolution
05. Better Days Ahead
06. Three Miles Down
07. Angola, Louisiana
08. Show Bizness
09. A Prayer For Everybody To Be Free

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1979 – The Mind Of Gil Scott-Heron

Tracklist

01. H2O Gate Blues
02. We Beg Your Pardon (Pardon Our Analysis)
03. The New Deal
04. Jose Campos Torres
05. The Ghetto Code (Dot Dot Dit Dit Dot Dash)
06. Bicentennial Blues

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1980 – Gil Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson – 1980

Tracklist

01. Shut Um Down
02. Alien (Hold On To Your Dreams)
03. Willing
04. Corners
05. 1980
06. Push Come To Shove
07. Shah Mot
08. Late Last Night

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1980 – Real Eyes

Tracklist

01. The train from Washington
02. Not needed
03. Waiting for the axe to fal
04. Combinations
05. A legend in his own mind
06. You could be my brother
07. The klan
08. Your daddy loves you (for Gia Louise)

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1982 – Moving Target

Tracklist

01. Fast Lane
02. Washington D.C.
03. No Exit
04. Blue Collar
05. Explanations
06. Ready or No
07. Black History- The World

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1994 – Minister of Information

Tracklist

01. Washington D.C.
02. Save The Children (Live)
03. Gun
04. Blue Collar
05. Alien (Hold On To Your Dream)
06. Winter In America
07. The Bottle

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1994 – Spirits

Tracklist

01. Message To The Messengers
02. Spirits
03. Give Her A Call
04. Lady’s Song
05. Spirits Past
06. The Other Side, Part I
07. The Other Side, Part II
08. The Other Side, Part III
09. Work For Peace
10. Don’t Give Up

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1998 – Ghetto Style

Tracklist

01. The Revolution Will Not Be Televised
02. Or Down You Fall
03. The Needle’s Eye
04. I Think I’ll Call It Morning
05. When You Are Who You Are
06. Save The Children
07. Did You Hear What They Said?
08. Free Will
09. Speed Kills
10. Middle Of Your Day
11. Pieces Of A Man
12. A Sign Of The Ages
13. The Get Out Of The Ghetto Blues
14. Lady Day & John Coltrane
15. Home Is Where The Hatred Is
16. No Knock
17. The Revolution Will Not Be Televised (Early Version)
18. Sex Education: Ghetto Style
19. Small Talk At 125th & Lenox
20. King Alfred Plan
21. Billy Green Is Dead

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2010 – I’m New Here
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Tracklist

01. On Coming From A Broken Home (Pt. 1)
02. Me And The Devil
03. I’m New Here
04. Your Soul And Mine
05. Parents (Interlude)
06. I’ll Take Care Of You
07. Being Blessed (Interlude)
08. Where Did The Night Go
09. I Was Guided (Interlude)
10. New York Is Killing Me
11. Certain Things (Interlude)
12. Running
13. The Crutch
14. I’ve Been Me (Interlude)
15. On Coming From A Broken Home (Pt. 2)

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