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Regarded as “one of the most important albums of the Black Power movement”, Gil Scott-Heron’s third album, Free Will, was released in 1972 hot on the heels of Pieces of a Man. It is an album that is both timely and timeless, with powerful and moving spoken word throughout. Scott-Heron’s spoken word delivery is both passionate and poetic, and he is backed by a jazzy instrumentation that perfectly complements his words.
A1 Free Will
A2 The Middle Of Your Day
A3 The Get Out Of The Ghetto Blues
A4 Speed Kills
A5 Did You Hear What They Said?
B1 The King Alfred Plan
B2 No Knock
B4 Ain't No New Thing
B5 Billy Green Is Dead
B6 Sex Education: Ghetto Style
B7 ... And Then He Wrote Meditations
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