Posts Tagged: Rebellious

Gil Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson – Bridges

Six years after Pieces of a Man release, which you had an opportunity to hear in one of my previous posts, Heron is still the same guy. He’s social, political, rebellious…But, he for sure sings with more skill, depending less on

Gil Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson – Bridges

Six years after Pieces of a Man release, which you had an opportunity to hear in one of my previous posts, Heron is still the same guy. He’s social, political, rebellious…But, he for sure sings with more skill, depending less on

/ Soul

Gil Scott-Heron – Pieces Of A Man

Rebellious, painful, filled with bitterness and tenderness, sometimes optimistic and even naive, rooted in the blues and jazz influences to which Scott-Heron referred to as “bluesology, the science of how things feel”, this album Heron definitely sings with ache in his voice. Pieces of

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Gil Scott-Heron – Pieces Of A Man

Rebellious, painful, filled with bitterness and tenderness, sometimes optimistic and even naive, rooted in the blues and jazz influences to which Scott-Heron referred to as “bluesology, the science of how things feel”, this album Heron definitely sings with ache in his voice. Pieces of

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Fela Anikulapo Kuti With Africa 70 – No Agreement

Recorded in 1977, No Agreement follows the Afro-beat template to a masterful level: amazingly catchy guitar lines that replicate a bass guitar in their construction, a second guitarist to add some JB’s funk power, driving horn section proclamations, intricate saxophone,

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Fela Anikulapo Kuti With Africa 70 – No Agreement

Recorded in 1977, No Agreement follows the Afro-beat template to a masterful level: amazingly catchy guitar lines that replicate a bass guitar in their construction, a second guitarist to add some JB’s funk power, driving horn section proclamations, intricate saxophone,