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Gil Scott-Heron Vinyl, CD & tapes by Gil Scott-Heron at Norman Records

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Gil Scott-Heron
Pieces Of A Man

Pieces of a Man was Gil Scott-Heron’s debut album and was originally released in 1972. This reissue has been taken from the original master tapes. Pieces of a Man includes some of Gil Scott-Heron’s best and best known tracks such as The Revolution Will Not Be Televised and Lady Day and John Coltrane. Pieces of a Man is available on vinyl LP.
  • Artist(s):
  • Gil Scott-Heron
  • Label(s):
  • BGP

Gil Scott-Heron
I'm New Here (10th Anniversary Expanded Edition)

Gil Scott-Heron released I’m New Here in 2010. It sadly turned out to be the legendary musician and poet’s final album. The album at least matches his previous work in terms of boundary-pushing and musical quality, so it's well deserving of a 10th anniversary reissue. This version comes with a previously unreleased cut from the original sessions and a cover of Handsome Johnny, originally by Richie Havens, which turned out to be the last song Scott-Heron ever recorded. There’s a bunch of other rare tracks dating from the original album sessions too. 
  • Vinyl Double LP (XL1005LP)
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  • Coloured vinyl
  • Limited edition
  • Artist(s):
  • Gil Scott-Heron

Gil Scott-Heron
We're New Again – A Re-imagining by Makaya McCraven

We’re New Again is a reworking of Gil Scott-heron’s final album, I’m New Here, by jazz musician Makaya McCraven. Makaya’s principal instrument is the drums but he can turn his hand to production too, so getting stuck into this was right up his street. I’m New Here has already been given an alternative spin when Jamie xx remixed it in 2011. This jazz take is most intriguing.
  • Artist(s):
  • Gil Scott-Heron

Gil Scott-Heron
Nothing New

If you missed out on this Record Store Day release - here is a second chance to grab this essential album by the late Gil Scott-Heron. Stripped back re-recordings of some of his favourite tracks from each of his albums, these were recorded early on in the sessions that eventually yielded 'I'm New Here'. A beautiful bookend to a wonderful artists discography.  
  • Artist(s):
  • Gil Scott-Heron

Gil Scott-Heron
Spirits

Spirits is a 1994 album by Gil Scott-Heron. It is being reissued for its 25th anniversary which means that we’re all getting old. The title track reinterprets the John Coltrane track of the same name. The Other Side, here in three parts, is a re-working of Heron’s 1971 track, Home Is Where The Hatred Is. This version was sampled by Jamie xx for the pair’s highly rated collaborative effort, We’re New Here, in 2011.
  • Artist(s):
  • Gil Scott-Heron
  • Label(s):
  • TVT

Gil Scott-Heron
Small Talk At 125th & Lenox

The late great Gil Scott Heron, here we have a reissue of his 1970s debut album Small Talk at 125th & Lenox. The album features the classic The Revolution Will Not Be Televised and what more can I say? It’s a classic album by a true talent which went on to influence any artists across various genres. Reissue on 180g vinyl.  
  • Artist(s):
  • Gil Scott-Heron

Gil Scott-Heron
The Revolution Will Not Be Televised

Re-issue of the classic 1974 compilation originally released to capitalise on his success with the track 'the Bottle'. The CD version contains nine extra tracks, the original spoken word version of the title track and edited versions of some of his poems. The vinyl version is an exact replica of the original release packaged in a heavy duty sleeve. 
  • Artist(s):
  • Gil Scott-Heron
  • Label(s):
  • BGP

Gil Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson
The Bottle

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Gil Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson
It's Your World

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Gil Scott-Heron And Jamie XX
We're New Here

Given that ‘We’re New Here’ is the first LP to bear Jamie xx’s name and the last Gil Scott-Heron was involved with during his lifetime (R.I.P.), there’s a strange sort of passing-of-the-baton going on here. This now rather seminal record saw Monsieur xx turning the beat-jazz balladeering of Scott-Heron’s ‘I’m New Here’ (2010) into a set of painterly post-dubstep tracks. Some of the bangers have become modern rave classics - ‘I’ll Take Care Of U’ was re-tooled by Drake and Rihanna while the frenetic ‘NY Is Killing Me’ still tears the club up to this day - but the downtempo, breakbeat and sampledelia numbers give ‘We’re New Here’ great range.
  • Artist(s):
  • Gil Scott-Heron

Gil Scott-Heron And Jamie XX
NY Is Killing Me

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Gil Scott-Heron
I'm New Here

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Gil Scott-Heron
Me And The Devil

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