Gil Scott-Heron Live In Berkeley 1978

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  • 1. Gil's Opening Speech
  • 2. The Spirit Of The Drum
  • 3. Racetrack In France
  • 4. Home Is Where The Hatred Is
  • 5. We Almost Lost Detroit
  • 6. The Bottle
  • 7. Johannesburg (Encore)

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