Gil Scott-Heron

Gil Scott-Heron

& Amnesia Express

DVD - 2007
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"Groove, according to legendary pianist Monty Alexander - a man who knows what it's all about - is 'the irresistible inner movement of music' and, he insists, all beings 'groove, ' Gil Scott-Heron developed an acute interest in African-American literature at the age of 13. Encouraged by writer Langston Hughes, one of the driving forces behind the Afro-centrism of the sixties, he put his first texts to music. He tried his hand a the keyboard in rock groups and published The Nigger Factory. His music and lyrics, part poetic, part political, which denounce the repressive violence exerted on African-Americans by society in the US, soon made his the cult hero of the elite of rap and hip-hop musicians throughout the world. To the delight of the New Morning public in 2001, this rebellious storyteller overcame many twists of fate to become over the years one of the greatest voice in the soul tradition.
Publisher: Ballrechten-Dottingen, Germany : Inakustik, 2007.
Branch Call Number: 782.42165
M1366.S26 G55 2007
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (120 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.


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