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Gil Scott-Heron The First Minute Of A New Day
1975 debut for Arista, which coughed for the Midnight Band and slicker production. Winter In America, Ain't No Such Thing As Superman, and Pardon Our Analysis, a spoken-word slagging Nixon. 180g vinyl.



Gil Scott-Heron Real Eyes
If you can take the popping bass and jazz-funk slick, there are some killers here: a new Your Daddy Loves You, The Klan, Waiting For The Axe To Fall, (You Can't Depend On) The Train From Washington...



Gil Scott-Heron The Last Holiday
'Dr. Martin Luther King had a dream. And Stevie Wonder had a dream. This is a book about dreams.' Gripping memoir, steeped in Gil's inimitable voice and consciousness. Hardback, discounted and post-free.



Gil Scott-Heron The Vulture
Hip thriller about the murder of a teenage boy called John Lee, in the words of four men who knew him when he was just another kid working after school, hanging out, waiting for something to happen.



Gil Scott-Heron The Nigger Factory
His second novel, set in the 1960s, on the campus of Sutton University in Virginia, scornfully dissecting the ways we're conditioned to think along narrow, compliant lines.



Gil Scott-Heron Now And Then
The Poems 'some of the funniest and most literate lyrics in all music... deadpan attacks on racism to withering sarcasm about the Great Society; Chomskian rants to parodies of media shallowness' (Time Out).





Sedition Ensemble Regeneration Report
Hot 1981 mix of ESG-style no wave, revolutionary jazz rap, Latin, loft harmolodics and plain old nasty funk, with players from Prime Time and Defunkt, and the bands of Rollins, Eddie Gayle and Johnny Pacheco.



The Spirit House Movers Black And Beautiful Soul And Madness
Following up on the New York Art Quintet record for ESP Leroi Jones mixing together Black nationalist politics and Motown soul, classic blues and doowop, at his Spirit House in Newark, for the Jihad label.



Street And Gangland Rhythms Beats And Improvisations By Six Boys In Trouble
From 1959, on-the-spot recordings of New York street-kids improvising with drums, bottles and sticks, making up songs, raps and mini-dramas.





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