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Compilation of Gil Scott-Heron tracks from 1975-1984.
Arista – ALB6-8306
1984 US comp
Media Condition – VG+
Sleeve Condition – VG+, record comes in original inner, light ringwear, some edge wear
Jazz / Fusion / Free Jazz
Limited edition GREEN vinyl re-issue of the 1972 album by experimental Krautrock pioneers, Brainticket!
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