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B2. Song For Bobby Smith. Gil Scott-Heron, Brian Jackson. Winter In America (LP, Album, Gat).
1980 is a studio album by American vocalist Gil Scott-Heron and keyboardist Brian Jackson. It was recorded from August to October 1979 and released in February 1980 by Arista Records. Scott-Heron and Jackson produced 1980 with Malcolm Cecil and performed with a host of studio musicians, including drummer Harvey Mason, guitarist Marlo Henderson, and trombonist Bill Watrous. They incorporated sounds from contemporary pop music, such as disco, dance, and new wave, into their past jazz-funk style.
Produced by Gil Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson. Album Winter in America. The Bottle (Winter in America Version) Lyrics. Oh, uno, dos. Uno, dos, tres, cuatro. You see that black boy over there, running scared. The Bottle by Gil Scott-Heron is based upon his conversations with alcoholics outside a liquor store in Northern Virginia, near Washington . The Bottle aims to capture the story behind one’s decline into alcoholism, as opposed to society’s usual slander of alcoholics. The Bottle (Winter in America Version)" Track Info. Written By Gil Scott-Heron. Acoustic Piano Brian Jackson. Electric Piano Gil Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson. Vocals Gil Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson. Fender Bass Danny Bowens.
Secrets is a 1978 studio album by American vocalist Gil Scott-Heron and keyboardist Brian Jackson. Secrets was released in September 1978 by Arista Records and debuted at number 31 on the Billboard magazine's jazz chart on September 9. According to Arista executive Clive Davis, the album was Scott-Heron's first since 1975's The First Minute of a New Day to reach the top 100 of Billboard's top albums chart, while the single "Angel Dust" nearly became a hit.
Gil Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson – Rivers Of My Fathers. Gil Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson – We Almost Lost Detroit. Gil Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson – D1 The Bottle. Gil Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson – Vildgolia (Deaf, Dumb & Blind).
Gil Scott-Heron turned out during the '70s what may be the best body of overlooked work of the era. "Winter in America" followed the excellent "Pieces of a Man" and at least equaled the quality of that album. Winter in America" kicks off with what was to become one of Gil's best-known and most often played tunes, "The Bottle. The tune exemplifies the power of his work. He captures life in vivid, poetic images, and he joins the lyrics to street rhythms, in this case, Latin flavored
Gil Scott-Heron’s literary side was nurtured by his grandmother who introduced him to the poems and stories of Langston Hughes when he was a young boy. He was raised by her in Jackson, Tenn. where he read Hughes’ texts in the Chicago Defender, a black newspaper the old lady had delivered weekly. Inspired to start writing when he was in fifth grade, Gil filled notebooks with his own poems and prose as he began observing the world around him. I’d do two-page things and gradually writing became like a rainy day pastime, he told writer Nat Hentoff in 1971. It was off the strength of that book that Gil Scott-Heron signed a three-record deal at the then-fledgling Flying Dutchman Records. Gil’s voice had this musical quality that was both gentle and gruff. Having grown up under the spell of gospel, blues, and soul, he cited the voices of Billie Holiday and Otis Redding as influences.
- Record Company – Strata-East Incorporated
|SP 399||Gil Scott-Heron / Brian Jackson*||The Bottle (7", Single, Promo)||Strata-East||SP 399||France||1975|
|2C 004-96.772||Gil Scott-Heron / Brian Jackson*||The Bottle (7", Single)||Strata-East||2C 004-96.772||France||1975|
|SN 001||Gil Scott-Heron/Brian Jackson*||The Bottle (7")||Snow||SN 001||Belgium||1978|
|AS 0225||Gil Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson||The Bottle Part 1 (7", Mono, Promo)||Arista||AS 0225||US||1976|
|SP 399||Gil Scott-Heron / Brian Jackson*||The Bottle (7", Unofficial)||Strata-East||SP 399||France||Unknown|