The Revolution Will Not Be Televised

£ 19.99


A compilation of Gil Scott-Heron’s best-known works for the Flying Dutchman label. Originally released to capitalise on the success of Scott-Heron’s then-current hit The Bottle and his subsequent signing to Arista, this 1974 compilation has since become the definitive distillation of his early work. Contained within the original 11-track selection were the title track, Whitey On The Moon, Home Is Where The Hatred Is plus eight more.

The Revolution Will Not Be Televised
Sex Education: Ghetto Style
The Get Out Of The Ghetto Blues
No Knock (Without Intro)
Lady Day And John Coltrane
Pieces Of A Man
Home Is Where The Hatred Is
Brother (Without Intro)
Save The Children
Whitey On The Moon (Without Intro)
Did You Hear What They Said?
Format: LP
Label: BGP Records
Catalogue numbers: BGPD 306


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Media Condition: Mint (M)
Sleeve Condition: Mint (M)

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