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Mar 12th, 2011 19:02pm
 Gil Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson: Angel Dust


He was groovin' and that was when he coulda sworn the room was movin'

Here another classic from Gil Scott Heron, Angel Dust is from his 1978 album Secrets recorded with Brian Jackson. A story of the effects of Angel Dust and how it's a short-cut to the grave - 'God only knew why they was dustin'!'

Gil 70's output included some most influential music of that decade. Secrets is great album and often get overlooked for his more better known LP's such as Winter in America and Pieces of a Man. Secrets is well worth a spin if you like a bit 70's jazz fuck, Gil was the master.

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Categories: Funk, Jazz, Soul
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