"Pieces of a Man" is the first studio album by American vocalist Gil Scott-Heron. It was recorded in April 1971 at RCA Studios in New York City and released later that year by Flying Dutchman Records.
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HIQLP 007 - BGP
Vinyl, LP, Album
1971 / Flying Dutchman – FD 10143
2020 / 180 Gram, Gatefold
Soul, Funk, Jazz, Blues
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"Pieces of a Man" is the first studio album by American vocalist Gil Scott-Heron. It was recorded in April 1971 at RCA Studios in New York City and released later that year by Flying Dutchman Records. The album followed Heron's debut live album Small Talk at 125th and Lenox (1970) and departed from that album's spoken word performance, instead featuring compositions in a more conventional popular song structure.
"Pieces of a Man" marked the first of several collaborations by Scott-Heron and Brian Jackson, who played piano throughout the record. It is one of Scott-Heron's most critically acclaimed albums and one of the Flying Dutchman label's best-selling LP's. Earning modest success after its release, Pieces of a Man has received retrospective praise from critics. Music critics have suggested that Heron's combination of R&B, soul, jazz-funk, and proto-rap influenced the development of electronic dance music and hip hop. The album was reissued on compact disc by RCA in 1993.
|A1||The Revolution Will Not Be Televised||2:59|
|A2||Save The Children||4:55|
|A3||Lady Day And John Coltrane||3:10|
|A4||Home Is Where The Hatred Is||3:15|
|A5||When You Are Who You Are||3:01|
|A6||I Think I'll Call It Morning||3:45|
|B1||Pieces Of A Man||4:22|
|B2||A Sign Of The Ages||4:05|
|B3||Or Down You Fall||3:08|
|B4||The Needle's Eye||4:01|
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