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Interprète:

Gil Scott-Heron

Titre:

The Revolution Will Not Be Televised

Genre:

Funk

Taille de l'album MP3:

1675 mb

Label:

RCA Victor, RCA

Classement:

4.0

Style:

Rhythm & Blues, Soul, Funk

Pays:

UK

Date de publication:

1975

Catalogue:

SF 8428, BDL1 0613

Téléchargement le album Gil Scott-Heron - The Revolution Will Not Be Televised

Tracklist

1The Revolution Will Not Be Televised3:03
2Home Is Where The Hatred Is3:18
3Sex Education: Ghetto Style0:48
4The Get Out Of The Ghetto Blues
Written-By – Jackson
4:59
5No Knock1:27
6Pieces Of A Man
Written-By – Jackson
4:59
7Brother1:42
8Save The Children4:22
9Did You Hear What They Said?3:25
10Lady Day And John Coltrane3:32
11Whitey On The Moon1:26

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
BDL1-0613Gil Scott-Heron The Revolution Will Not Be Televised ‎(LP, Album, Comp, Gat)Flying DutchmanBDL1-0613US1974
CD 20.017Gil Scott-Heron The Revolution Will Not Be Televised ‎(CD, Comp)RCACD 20.017BrazilUnknown
6994-2-RBGil Scott-Heron The Revolution Will Not Be Televised ‎(CD, Album, Comp, RE, RM)RCA, BMG, Bluebird 6994-2-RBUS1988
DRL11798Gil Scott-Heron The Revolution Will Not Be Televised ‎(LP, Comp, RE, Tra)BMGDRL11798US1998
6994-1-RBGil Scott-Heron The Revolution Will Not Be Televised ‎(LP, Comp, RE, RM)Bluebird 6994-1-RBUS1988

Crédits

  • Artwork By [Illustration] – Carmine Coppola
  • BassJerry Jemmott, Ron Carter
  • DrumsPretty Purdie
  • EngineerBob Simpson, Stephen Sulke
  • Flute, Saxophone [Alto]Hubert Laws
  • GuitarBurt Jones, David Spinozza
  • PercussionCharlie Saunders, Eddie Knowles
  • PianoBrian Jackson
  • ProducerBob Thiele
  • Producer [Digital]Bob Thiele, Joe Lopes
  • VocalsGil Scott-Heron
  • Written-ByGil Scott-Heron
  • BassJerry Jemmott, Ron Carter
  • DrumsPretty Purdie
  • EngineerBob Simpson, Stephen Sulke
  • Flute, Saxophone [Alto]Hubert Laws
  • GuitarBurt Jones, David Spinozza
  • PercussionCharlie Saunders, Eddie Knowles
  • PianoBrian Jackson
  • ProducerBob Thiele
  • VocalsGil Scott-Heron
  • BassGerry Jemott, Ron Carter
  • DesignHaig Adishian
  • DrumsPretty Purdie
  • Flute, Alto SaxophoneHubert Laws
  • GuitarBurt Jones, David Spinozza
  • Mixed By [Sound Mixer]Bob Simpson, Geoff Haslam, Ray Hall
  • PercussionCharlie Saunders, Eddie Knowles
  • Photography By, CoverCharles Stewart
  • PianoBrian Jackson
  • ProducerBob Thiele
  • Written-ByScott-Heron

Remarques

Original UK edition.Cassette reissue with two bonus tracks and new artwork.Original release 1974.

℗ 1988 BMG Music © 1989 BMG Music

Inlay:
Printed in W.Germany/Imprimé en Allemagne

Disc:
Made in Germany/Fabriqué en Allemagne

Codes-barres

  • Barcode (Scanned): 7863569944
  • Barcode (Printed): 0 035628 699428
  • Barcode (Scanned): 0035628699428
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): SONOPRESS C-6347/ND 86994 C
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): SONOPRESS C-6347/ND 86994 A
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): IFPI 0724
  • Rights Society: BIEM / GEMA
  • Label Code: LC 0316
  • Price Code (D:): QM
  • Price Code (F:): RC720
  • Price Code (UK): QK
  • SPARS Code: ADD
  • Matrix / Runout (Matrix side A, hand-etched): SF-8428-A-1E
  • Matrix / Runout (Matrix side B, hand-etched): SF-8428-1E-B
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout both sides, hand-etched): AIE

Entreprises

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – BMG Music
  • Copyright (c) – BMG Music
  • Distributed By – BMG Records
  • Distributed By – BMG Ariola
  • Pressed By – Sonopress – C-6347
  • Manufactured By – RCA Ltd.
  • Marketed By – RCA Ltd.
  • Licensed From – RCA Corporation
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Flying Dutchman Productions, Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – Flying Dutchman
  • Printed By – Shorewood Packaging Co. Ltd.

Video

Album

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