Gil Scott-Heron - Spirits album FLAC
Song: Spirits Artist: Gil Scott-Heron Album: Spirits Year: 1994.
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Album · 1994 · 10 Songs. Spirits Gil Scott-Heron.
Spirits (Gil Scott-Heron album). Spirits is the 1994 album by Gil Scott-Heron. The title track is an interpretation of the John Coltrane piece, and "The Other Side" is a live version of Scott-Heron's 1971 track "Home is Where the Hatred Is" with a new arrangement and many new verses that expand the original to nearly twenty minutes. It was later sampled for "Home" on the 2011 Jamie XX collaboration album, We're New Here.
Spirits (CD, Album). This is the promotional version, it is not the complete album. That said, the production on this is nothing short of fantastic.
With Spirits, Gil Scott-Heron made a triumphant return to the studio after a 12-year absence. Though the politically charged R&B singer's voice had deteriorated, much of his soulfulness comes through. His songwriting is consistently excellent, and songs ranging from "Message to the Messengers" (which advises young rap artists to use their power wisely) to "Work for Peace" leave no doubt that his sociopolitical observations are as sharp as ever. One of the most riveting cuts is "The Other Side," an extended remake of his early-'70s classic "Home. Scott-Heron had successfully dabbled in jazz over the years, and in fact, among the CD's many strong points are the lyrics he adds to John Coltrane's "Spirits. One cannot help but wish Scott-Heron still had a great voice to go with this material, but even so, Spirits is powerful listening.
Moving Target is a studio album by American spoken-word poet and blues musician Gil Scott-Heron. The album, released on Arista in 1982, was to be his last for more than a decade. On Moving Target, Scott-Heron and his "Midnight Band" recorded their "typical, tastefully jazzy R&B and funk grooves", though flavored with "more exotic sounds" and influenced by reggae (there are echoes of Bob Marley in some songs).
Producers Ali Shaheed Muhammad, Gil Scott-Heron, Gil Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson & 3 more. Writers Gil Scott-Heron. More Gil Scott-Heron albums. Pieces of a Man (2014 Reissue Version).
Gil Scott-Heron (born April 1, 1949 in Chicago, died May 27, 2011 in New York City) was an American poet and musician, known primarily for his late 1960s and early 1970s work as a spoken word performer, associated with African American militant activists.
|1||Message To The Messengers|
|3||Give Her A Call|
|6||The Other Side, Part I|
|7||The Other Side, Part II|
|8||The Other Side, Part III|
|9||Work For Peace|
|10||Don't Give Up|
- Licensed From – TVT Records
- Bass – Fima Ephron, Rob Gordon*
- Drums – Rodney Youngs
- Flute – Ibrahim Shakur
- Guitar – Ed Brady
- Mastered By – Joe Gastwirt
- Mixed By, Bass, Piano – Malcolm Cecil
- Percussion – Larry MacDonald*, Tony Duncanson
- Piano – Brian Jackson, Kim Jordan, Vernard Dickson
- Piano, Vocals – Gil Scott-Heron
- Producer – Ali Shaheed Muhammad (tracks: 10), Gil Scott-Heron (tracks: 1 to 5), Malcolm Cecil
- Saxophone – Leon Williams, Ron Holloway
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|523 417-2||Gil Scott-Heron||Spirits (CD, Album)||TVT Records||523 417-2||Australia||1994|
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|BN-006||Gil Scott-Heron||Spirits (CD, Album)||Bad News Records||BN-006||Japan||1994|
|TVT 4310-4||Gil Scott-Heron||Spirits (Cass, Album)||TVT Records||TVT 4310-4||US||1994|