Gil Scott-Heron ‎– Free Will

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Tracklist

Free Will 3:30
The Middle Of Your Day 4:30
The Get Out Of The Ghetto Blues 5:04
Speed Kills 3:15
Did You Hear What They Said? 3:28
The King Alfred Plan 2:45
No Knock 2:12
Wiggy 1:38
Ain't No New Thing 4:29
Billy Green Is Dead 1:30
Sex Education: Ghetto Style 0:50
... And Then He Wrote Meditations 3:14

Versions (12)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
FD-10153 Gil Scott-Heron Free Will(LP, Album, Gat) Flying Dutchman FD-10153 US 1972 Sell This Version
FD-10153 Gil Scott-Heron Free Will(LP, Album, Promo) Flying Dutchman FD-10153 US 1972 Sell This Version
BVCJ-1017 Gil Scott-Heron Free Will(CD) Flying Dutchman, BMG Victor Inc. BVCJ-1017 Japan 1993 Sell This Version
07863 66628-2 Gil Scott-Heron Free Will(CD, Album, RE) Flying Dutchman, BMG Victor Inc. 07863 66628-2 US 1993 Sell This Version
FD 10153, BVJJ-2824 Gil Scott-Heron Free Will(LP, Album, RE, Gat) Flying Dutchman, BMG Victor Inc. FD 10153, BVJJ-2824 Japan 1993 Sell This Version
74321851612 Gil Scott-Heron Free Will(CD, Album, RE, RM) BMG France, Flying Dutchman 74321851612 France 2001 Sell This Version
09026-63843-2 Gil Scott-Heron Free Will(CD, Album, RE, RM) Bluebird (3) 09026-63843-2 US 2001 Sell This Version
FD 10153, FDS 10153 Gil Scott-Heron Free Will(LP, Album, RE) Flying Dutchman, Flying Dutchman FD 10153, FDS 10153 US 2007 Sell This Version
HIQLP 023 Gil Scott-Heron Free Will(LP, Album, RE) BGP Records HIQLP 023 UK 2014 Sell This Version
07863 66628 2 Gil Scott-Heron Free Will(CD, Album) Flying Dutchman, RCA Victor, BMG 07863 66628 2 Europe Unknown Sell This Version
CDBGPM 281 Gil Scott-Heron Free Will(CD, Album) BGP Records CDBGPM 281 Europe Unknown Sell This Version
FD 10153 Gil Scott-Heron Free Will(LP, Album, RE, 180) Flying Dutchman FD 10153 US Unknown Sell This Version

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dlgale1974

dlgale1974

November 6, 2014
referencing Free Will, LP, Album, Gat, FD-10153
The first side is in the same format as "Pieces of a Man" but in pure musical terms the songs aren't as strong as the previous album. The second half reverts to the spoken word format used on "Small Talk at 125th and Lenox." The lyrics are thoughtful and I guess the album is still interesting from a political/historical point of view to some people.