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From South Africa To South Carolina

Gil Scott-HeronBrian Jackson

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発売日

1998年04月07日

フォーマット

CD

構成数

1

製造国

輸入

レーベル

TVT

規格品番

4340

作品の情報

メイン

その他

収録内容

構成数 | 1枚

合計収録時間 | 01:12:21

Personnel: Gil Scott-Heron (vocals, electric piano); Brian Jackson (vocals, flute, keyboards, Moog synthesizer); Victor Brown (vocals, tambourine, bells); Bilal Sunni Ali (saxophone, flute, harmonica); Danny Bowens (bass); Bob Adams (drums); Charlie Saunders (congas, Chinese drum); Barnett Williams (congas, gambe drums, shakerai); Adenola (congas); Ray Baretto, Peter Wolf, Duke Bootee, Big Youth, Grandmaster Melle Mel, Peter Garrett, Malopoets, Sonny Okosuns, Miles Davis. Producers include: Gil Scott-Heron, Brian Jackson, The Midnight Band, Little Steven, Arthur Baker. Engineers include: Jose Williams, Malcolm Cecil. Principally recorded at D&B Sound, Silver Springs, Maryland in 1975; live at the Wax Museum, Washington DC; live at Madison Square Garden, New York, New York in 1979; live at Blues Alley, Washington DC in 1981. Includes liner notes by Gil Scott-Heron. Digitally remastered by Malcolm Cecil. Personnel: Gil Scott-Heron (vocals, guitar, piano, electric piano); Brian Jackson (vocals, flute, keyboards, synthesizer, Moog synthesizer); Victor Brown (vocals, tambourine, percussion, bells); Victor Bowens (vocals, tambourine, bells); Bilal Sunni Ali (flute, harmonica, saxophone); Danny Bowens (bass guitar); Charles Saunders (drums, congas); Bob Adams (drums); Adenola (congas, percussion); Charlie Saunders (congas); Barnett Williams (percussion). Audio Remasterer: Malcolm Cecil. Audio Remixer: Jerry Solomon. Liner Note Author: Gil Scott-Heron. Recording information: Blues Alley, Washington DC (1975-1982); D & (1975-1982); D&B Sound, Silver Springs, MD (1975-1982); No Nukes Concert, New York, NY (1975-1982); Wax Museum, Washington DC (1975-1982). Illustrator: James King . Photographer: Peter Hujar. Unknown Contributor Role: Ralph Moss. The collaboration between Gil Scott-Heron and Brian Jackson was now a formal one, as they were issuing albums as a team. This was their second duo project to make the pop charts, and it included anti-nuclear and anti-apartheid themes, plus less political, more autobiographical/reflective material like "Summer of '42," "Beginnings (The First Minute of a New Day)," and "Fell Together." Scott-Heron was now a campus and movement hero, and Jackson's production and arranging savvy helped make his albums as arresting musically as they were lyrically. ~ Ron Wynn

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  1. 1. [CD]

    タイトル

    時間

    WMA

    HTML

    クレジット

    1.

    Johannesburg - (live)

    2.

    Toast to the People, A

    3.

    Summer of '42, The

    4.

    Beginnings (The First Minute of a New Day)

    5.

    South Carolina (Barnwell)

    6.

    Essex

    7.

    Fell Together

    8.

    Lovely Day, A

    9.

    Johannesburg

    10.

    South Carolina (Barnwell) - (live)

    11.

    Save the Children - (live)

    12.

    Let Me See Your I.D.