Pieces of my Past


Posted by Gua

I have been ripping my old albums and have rediscovered one of my favorite songs. Gil-Scott Heron was really one of the pioneers of what we call “rap” since a lot of people know him from the classic ” The Revolution Will Not Be Televised”.
Gil was also an accomplished musician and often collaborated with pianist “Brian Jackson”. Together they made some classic Jazz/blues/R&B music. This is one of my favs.
Take a listen to the melancholy baritone(Raggedy, I’m still on the Baritone bandwagon) of Gil-Scott and Brian (on the keyboard) as they capture frustrations of a man that could clearly be here and now. This was released 1971.

If you would like to listen on your computer here 

On a side note John legend’s voice reminds me of Gil-Scott, what do you think?

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