SCOTT-HERON, GIL – Small Talk At 125th And Lenox

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A New Black Poet - Small Talk at 125th and Lenox, also known simply as Small Talk at 125th and Lenox, is a live album and the first release of recording artist Gil Scott-Heron, released in 1970 on Flying Dutchman Records.[6] Recording sessions for the album were originally said to have taken place live at a New York nightclub located on the corner of 125th Street and Lenox Avenue, but liner notes included in the 2012 box set The Revolution Begins: The Flying Dutchman Masters, Scott-Heron himself insists that a small audience was brought to 'the studio' and seated on 'folding chairs'.   By the time of the recordings, Scott-Heron had published a volume of poetry and his first novel, The Vulture.       - Wikipedia

A1a Introduction 0:31
A1b The Revolution Will Not Be Televised 2:46
A2 Omen 1:45
A3 Brother 2:35
A4 Comment #1 4:26
A5 Small Talk At 125th & Lenox 1:20
A6 The Subject Was Faggots 3:10
A7 Evolution (And Flashback) 3:20
B1 Plastic Pattern People 2:50
B2 Whitey On The Moon 1:57
B3 The Vulture
B4 Enough 8:37
B5 Paint It Black 0:30
B6 Who'll Pay Reparations On My Soul? 4:20
B7 Everyday 4:20