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Small Talk At 125th And Lenox

( isaac hayes - curtis mayfield - bobby womack )

Label: OST
Art.Nr.: 09533363
Kat.Nr.: OST013LP
Jahr: 2015
Cover: Picture Gatefold
Format: LP
Pressung: UK - Original

Zustand: Neu
Vinyl:
Cover:
Funk + Black Grooves + Soul + Jazz
Gil Scott-Heron - Small Talk At 125th And Lenox

Small Talk At 125th And Lenox' was the start of a 45-year recording career for Gil Scott-Heron. He became one of the best-loved and most respected artists of the late 20th Century, but never again released an album as simple and hard-hitting as this. Recorded in 1970, 'Small Talk' featured Gil and three percussionists performing his poetry, the rhythmic backdrop and the style of his delivery making it more than a spoken word record. Today it is seen as a classic that stands head and shoulders above similar albums recorded at the time.

Gil was resolutely a poet, and there is little doubt he could have made his career as an author, as he had originally planned. Throughout the album he writes as a reporter, viewing his community, attempting to make a difference. Better-known today in the band version from his next LP, the original version of 'The Revolution Will Not Be Televised' here is enthralling and compelling in its own right. 'Whitey On The Moon' contrasts the money being spent on the space race against the poverty of the housing projects, while 'Paint It Black' compares the black situation in the northern and southern states. There are also three songs, including the Donny Hathaway-esque 'Who'll Pay Reparations On My Soul?', that hint at what was to come.

Gil had gone to Flying Dutchman owner Bob Thiele hoping to record his music. The producer didn't have the funds at the time, so compromised with this album. Its success prompted him to put Gil and his songwriting partner Brian Jackson in the studio to record with some of New York's finest session players. The resulting 'Pieces Of A Man' album pointed the way forward for Gil's career, but 'Small Talk At 125th And Lenox' was a spectacular start.

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TitelFeaturingProducingLänge
A1.Introduction / The Revolution...03:23play
A2.Omen01:44play
A3.Brother02:36play
A4.Comment #104:28play
A5.Small Talk At 125th & Lenox01:21play
A6.The Subject Was Faggots03:12play
A7.Evolution (And Flashback)03:22play
B1.Plastic Pattern People02:51play
B2.Whitey On The Moon02:01play
B3.The Vulture04:33play
B4.Enough04:13play
B5.Paint It Black00:35play
B6.Who'll Pay Reparations On My ...05:14play
B7.Everyday04:23play

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