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Wednesday, January 10, 2007

Invisible Bridges

"... This album was a pivotal one in Gil's career, and the start of a new phase. His first few albums on Flying Dutchman were jazz and poetry, similar to the Last Poets stuff, but with a little more singing. Then, as Brian Jackson started playing a bigger role, he moved toward a proto-world beat sound. Here, he pinches Malcolm Cecil and his TONTO synth banks from Stevie Wonder, and moves into funk territory. ..."
Gil Scott-Heron and Brian Jackson - Bridges available thanks to the Invisible Record Archive.