"17th Street" excerpt
"Must be something we can do" excerpt
Well, why not two Gil Scott-Heron posts in a row?
Following the 1977 Bottom Line show and the 1978 Berkeley show, here are Gil and the Midnight Band at the Village Gate in NYC, 1976.
Tracks not appearing on the others are the latin-funk banger "17th Street" and "Must be Something We Can Do" but it's all good, starting off with the usual kickass latin percussion jam.
This is a soundboard rip that has then been broadcast on WRVR-FM, and finally recorded on reel-to-reel quarter-inch tape. Hope you enjoy it!
01. Intro Jam (3:16)
02. 17th Street (6:12)
03. Must Be Something We Can Do (5:24)
04. It's Your World (4:45)
05. Home Is Where The Hatred Is (12:40)
06. Johannesburg (6:36)
Also at 'Never Enough Rhodes'
Gil Scott-Heron - "Live at the Bottom Line" (1977)
Gil Scott-Heron - "Live at Berkeley" (1978)
SBD - FM - 1/4 inch tape
Upped at Dime by tgb25nld
FLAC / MP3 in comment #25