Gil Scott-Heron
Genres:
Comedy/Spoken, Folk, Jazz, Pop/Rock, R&B, Rap
Meta styles:
Alternative Rap, Fusion, Soul Jazz/Groove, Spoken Word, Traditional Folk
Styles:
Fusion, Jazz-Funk, Poetry, Political Rap, Protest Songs

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. Heron is perhaps most well known for his poems/songs "The Revolution Will Not Be Televised" and "What's the Word - Johannesburg" a movement hit during the 1980's South Africa college and national divestment movement in the United States of America.

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Nothing New

Nothing New

1
Year:
2014
Tracks:
14
Bitrate:
320 kbps
I'm New Here CD2

I'm New Here CD2

3
Year:
2010
Tracks:
7
Bitrate:
320 kbps
I'm New Here CD1

I'm New Here CD1

3
Year:
2010
Tracks:
15
Bitrate:
320 kbps
I'm New Here

I'm New Here

Year:
2010
Tracks:
15
Bitrate:
135 kbps
Anthology: Messages (With Brian Jackson)

Anthology: Messages (With Brian Jackson)

Year:
2005
Tracks:
15
Bitrate:
206 kbps
Save The Children CD2

Save The Children CD2

2
Year:
2004
Tracks:
6
Bitrate:
320 kbps
Save The Children CD1

Save The Children CD1

Year:
2004
Tracks:
6
Bitrate:
320 kbps
Ghetto Style

Ghetto Style

2
Year:
1998
Tracks:
21
Bitrate:
320 kbps
Spirits

Spirits

3
Year:
1994
Tracks:
10
Bitrate:
320 kbps
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