The Archives from Washington DC, aka Eric Hilton (Thievery Corporation) and Darryl 'Trane' Burke, deliver a reggae tribute album to the great soul / jazz musician and poet Gil with "Carry Me Home" on Hilton's Montserrat House label Scott-Heron and his close cooperation partner Brian Jackson.
Numerous feature guests such as Puma Ptah, Raheem DeVaughn, Addis Pablo and Kenyatta Hill took part in this ambitious project, which of course includes classics such as "The Revolution Will Not Be Televised" or "Home Is Where The Hatred Is" in different versions.
12inch double vinyl set PLUS 24inch x 36inch poster !
A1 Home Is Where The Hatred Is
A2 Rivers Of My Fathers
A3 Peace Go With You, Brother (As-Salaam-Alaikum)
A4 It's Your World
B1 Who'll Pay Reparations On My Soul?
B2 Song Of The Wind
B3 Must Be Something
B4 A Toast To The People
C1 The Revolution Will Not Be Televised
C3 Revolution Disguised As Charge
D1 Winter In America
D2 Home Is Where The Hatred Is (I Grade Dub Mix)
D3 Rivers Of My Fathers (I Grade Dub Mix)
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