Kayo - The Revolution Was Not Televised album download
|1||The Revolution Was Not Televised # 1|
|2||The Beginnings (The First Minutes Of A New Day)|
|3||A Sign Of The Ages|
|4||Peace Go With You Brother (Part I)|
|5||Peace Go With You Brother (Part II)|
|6||Song For Bobby Smith # 2|
|7||A Toaste To The People|
|10||Did You Hear What They Say ? # 3|
|ALBAMU04||Kayo||The Revolution Was Not Televised (LP, Ltd)||Albatros Music||ALBAMU04||France||2013|
The Prisonner Album instrumentale en hommage à Gil SCOTT-HERON. released October 1, 2013. Produced, arranged and mixed by Kayo. Mastered by The BeatTrotter at One Square Meter (STBG) Photo by David Heitzmann Picture cover front by CaptnSuper. hip hop hip-hop/rap instrumental hip-hop jazz soul a sign of the ages gil scott heron hip hop instrumentals jazz kayo soul hip hop televised the revolution tribute Strasbourg.
A1The Revolution Was Not Televised A2The Beginnings (The First Minutes Of A New Day). A3A Sign Of The Ages. A4Peace Go With You Brother (Part I).
The Revolution Will Not Be Televised (album). The Revolution Will Not Be Televised is a compilation album by American singer and songwriter Gil Scott-Heron. It was released in 1974 by Flying Dutchman Records and titled after Scott-Heron's 1971 song of the same name.
It was also included on his compilation album, The Revolution Will Not Be Televised (1974). The song’s title was originally a popular slogan among the 1960s Black Power and Civil Rights movements in the United States.
The original, spoken word version of "The Revolution Will Not Be Televised" was released in 1970 on Gil Scott-Heron's debut album Small Talk at 125th and Lenox. This first full-length record was created in collaboration with the Jazz producer Bob Thiele, who also worked with John Coltrane and Pharoah Sanders. In 1971 Gil Scott-Heron and musical partner Brian Jackson re-arranged the song. Jackson jammed on the flute while warm, jazzy rhythms added depth to the previously sparse track. He would perform and release several reworkings of "The Revolution Will Not Be Televised" in his lifetime. The lyrics build a strong, intelligent and humorous case against American consumerism: "The revolution will not give your mouth sex appeal. The revolution will not make you look five pounds thinner. These words remind us that big business owns almost everything we see on television.
Because the "Pieces Of A Man" album was delayed until 1973 – the British 45 on Philips 6073 705 didn’t arrive until April 1973 and had the first bonus track on this CD as its B-side - "When You Are Who You Are". It’s modest Record Collector Price Guide price of under a tenner doesn’t reflect the difficulty you would have of locating a copy (I’ve never actually seen one). A truly superlative reissue of a huge Soul-Funk-Jazz album from that golden Seventies period – "The Revolution Will Not Be Televised". And not for the first time has Ace Records of the UK pulled off an absolute winner.