“Free Will” by Gil Scott-Heron - album review

features in: Album Chart of 1972Album Chart of the Decade: 1970s

TJR says

An album of two distinct halves; the jazz-centric side one (4.70) carrying on where last years “Pieces Of A Man” left off, and the stripped-back acoustic-rap side two (6.23) which harks back to “A New Black Poet”, his debut of 2 years ago.

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A1 [03:30] 5.4.png Gil Scott-Heron - Free Will (Gil Scott-Heron, Brian Jackson) Jazz
A2 [04:30] 3.8.png Gil Scott-Heron - The Middle Of Your Day (Gil Scott-Heron, Brian Jackson) Jazz
A3 [05:04] 5.8.png Gil Scott-Heron - The Get Out Of The Ghetto Blues (Gil Scott-Heron, Brian Jackson) Blues / Rhythm n Blues
A4 [03:15] 4.5.png Gil Scott-Heron - Speed Kills (Gil Scott-Heron, Brian Jackson) Jazz
A5 [03:28] 4.0.png Gil Scott-Heron - Did You Hear What They Said? (Gil Scott-Heron, Brian Jackson) Jazz
B1 [02:45] 6.7.png Gil Scott-Heron - The King Alfred Plan (Gil Scott-Heron) Hip Hop / Rap
B2 [02:12] 6.5.png Gil Scott-Heron - No Knock (Gil Scott-Heron) Hip Hop / Rap
B3 [01:38] 5.0.png Gil Scott-Heron - Wiggy (Gil Scott-Heron) Hip Hop / Rap
B4 [04:29] 8.7.png Gil Scott-Heron - Ain’t No New Thing (Gil Scott-Heron) Hip Hop / Rap
B5 [01:30] 6.0.png Gil Scott-Heron - Billy Green Is Dead (Gil Scott-Heron) Hip Hop / Rap
B6 [00:50] 5.5.png Gil Scott-Heron - Sex Education: Ghetto Style (Gil Scott-Heron) Hip Hop / Rap
B7 [03:14] 5.2.png Gil Scott-Heron - … And Then He Wrote Meditations (Gil Scott-Heron) Hip Hop / Rap

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