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  • Performer: Gil Scott-Heron And Brian Jackson
  • Album: Anthology. Messages
  • FLAC: 1241 mb | MP3: 1152 mb
  • Released: 2014
  • Country: UK
  • Style: Soul, Funk
  • Rating: 4.4/5
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Gil Scott-Heron And Brian Jackson - Anthology. Messages download album

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Secrets is a 1978 studio album by American vocalist Gil Scott-Heron and keyboardist Brian Jackson. Secrets was released in September 1978 by Arista Records and debuted at number 31 on the Billboard magazine's jazz chart on September 9. According to Arista executive Clive Davis, the album was Scott-Heron's first since 1975's The First Minute of a New Day to reach the top 100 of Billboard's top albums chart, while the single "Angel Dust" nearly became a hit.

Brian Jackson, Gil Scott-Heron.

Gil Scott-Heron And Brian Jackson ‎– Anthology. Hello Road' 'We Almost Lost Detroit' 'Delta Man' Originally taken from the album "Bridges" 'Angel Dust' 'Show Bizness' 'Madison Avenue' Originally taken from the album "Secrets" 'Shut 'Um Down' 'Alien' Originally taken from the album "1980". Home Is Where The Hatred Is' recorded live at Paul's Mall, Boston, Massachusetts.

LP (12" album, 33 rpm), Import, Reissued. Gil Scott-Heron Format: Vinyl. Gil Scott-Heron is always better when he is with Brian Jackson.

В альбом вошло 26 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 02:08:39. We Almost Lost Detroit. Alien (Hold on to Your Dreams). 9. Gil Scott-HeronBrian Jackson. Racetrack in France. 10. 12. The Liberation (Red, Black & Green).

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1980 is a studio album by American vocalist Gil Scott-Heron and keyboardist Brian Jackson. It was recorded from August to October 1979 and released in February 1980 by Arista Records. Scott-Heron and Jackson produced 1980 with Malcolm Cecil and performed with a host of studio musicians, including drummer Harvey Mason, guitarist Marlo Henderson, and trombonist Bill Watrous. They incorporated sounds from contemporary pop music, such as disco, dance, and new wave, into their past jazz-funk style. For the album's front cover, Scott-Heron and Jackson were photographed sitting alongside each other and in front of the .

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Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 The Bottle 5:06
A2 It's Your World
Producer [Associate] – Tom Wilson Written-By – Brian Jackson
3:55
A3 Johannesburg
Producer – The Midnight Band
4:46
A4 Winter In America 6:05
B1 The Liberation (Red, Black & Green)
Written-By – Brian Jackson
6:15
B2 Home Is Where The Hatred Is (Live)
Producer [Associate] – Tom Wilson
12:08
C1 Racetrack In France
Producer [Associate] – Larry Fallon, Tom Wilson Written-By – Brian Jackson
4:16
C2 Hello Sunday Hello Road 3:37
C3 We Almost Lost Detroit
Producer [Associate] – Larry Fallon, Tom Wilson
5:17
C4 Delta Man (Where I'm Coming From)
Producer [Associate] – Larry Fallon, Tom Wilson
5:35
D1 Angel Dust
Producer [Associate] – Malcolm Cecil
4:13
D2 Show Bizness
Producer [Associate] – Malcolm Cecil
2:50
D3 Madison Avenue
Producer [Associate] – Malcolm CecilWritten-By – Brenda Morocco, Brian Jackson
3:09
D4 Shut 'Um Down 3:45
D5 Alien (Hold On To Your Dreams)
Producer – Malcolm Cecil
4:09

Credits

  • Producer – Brian Jackson, Gil Scott-Heron
  • Written-By – Gil Scott-Heron

Notes

'The Bottle' Originally taken from the album "Winter In America"
'It's Your World' 'Home Is Where The Hatred Is' Originally taken from the album "It's Your World"
'Johannesburg' Originally taken from the album "From South Africa To South Carolina"
'Winter In America', 'The Liberation' Originally taken from the album "The First Minute Of A New Day"
'Racetrack In France' 'Hello Sunday Hello Road' 'We Almost Lost Detroit' 'Delta Man' Originally taken from the album "Bridges"
'Angel Dust' 'Show Bizness' 'Madison Avenue' Originally taken from the album "Secrets"
'Shut 'Um Down' 'Alien' Originally taken from the album "1980"

'Home Is Where The Hatred Is' recorded live at Paul's Mall, Boston, Massachusetts

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
LP SBPJ 26 Gil Scott-Heron And Brian Jackson* Anthology. Messages ‎(2xLP, Comp) Soul Brother Records LP SBPJ 26 UK 2005
CD SBPJ 26 Gil Scott-Heron And Brian Jackson* Anthology. Messages ‎(CD, Comp) Soul Brother Records CD SBPJ 26 UK 2005
LPSBPJ26LG Gil Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson Anthology. Messages ‎(2xLP, Comp, Ltd, RE, Gre) Soul Brother Records LPSBPJ26LG UK 2014
LP SBPJ 26 Gil Scott-Heron And Brian Jackson* Anthology. Messages ‎(2xLP, Comp, Ltd, RE, Red) Soul Brother Records LP SBPJ 26 UK 2013