“Secrets” by Gil Scott-Heron and Brian Jackson - album review

TJR says

Keeping up his prolific decade, the 8th Gil Scott-Heron new music album arrived in September '78, the fifth of his long and settled run at Arista. I had appreciated the turn away from jazz to funk on the preceding “Bridges”, but the turn to smooth R n B sets me back here.

The Jukebox Rebel
28-Mar-2011

A1 [04:13] 5.4.png Gil Scott-Heron and Brian Jackson - Angel Dust (Gil Scott-Heron) R n B
A2 [03:06] 4.5.png Gil Scott-Heron and Brian Jackson - Madison Avenue (Gil Scott-Heron, Brian Jackson, Brenda Morocco) R n B
A3 [03:31] 3.4.png Gil Scott-Heron and Brian Jackson - Cane (Gil Scott-Heron) R n B
A4 [04:22] 6.0.png Gil Scott-Heron and Brian Jackson - Third World Revolution (Gil Scott-Heron, Brian Jackson) Disco / Funk
A5 [03:28] 3.2.png Gil Scott-Heron and Brian Jackson - Better Days Ahead (Gil Scott-Heron) R n B
B1 [04:18] 4.8.png Gil Scott-Heron and Brian Jackson - Three Miles Down (Gil Scott-Heron, Brian Jackson) R n B
B2 [05:32] 5.1.png Gil Scott-Heron and Brian Jackson - Angola, Louisiana (Gil Scott-Heron) Disco / Funk
B3 [02:48] 5.2.png Gil Scott-Heron and Brian Jackson - Show Bizness (Gil Scott-Heron) Disco / Funk
B4 [06:20] 2.5.png Gil Scott-Heron and Brian Jackson - Prayer For Everybody / To Be Free (Brian Jackson) Jazz




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