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Day Three: The Kindness Challenge

The third day has come and gone and it is amazing how the KindLab and their acts increase your feeling of happiness. I am still not sure how it affects overall kindness, but possibly when you are kind to yourself you are kinder to others. 2,012 more words


Gil Scott Heron Single

From NME, 13 February, 1982

Tony Parsons reviews Gil Scott Heron’s single.
He also sizes up the Waitresses ‘I Know What Boys Like’.


Significant Songs (131)

The Revolution Will Not Be Televised

Gil Scott-Heron could be best described as being all things to all people. He was a writer, a poet, a political commentator, and an excellent musician too. 123 more words

Nostalgia And Reflections

BDWPS Podcast: Episode #55

In this year’s “That 70s Show” episode, we take a look at the music that shaped 1974. It was a year of many genres nearing their end while future genres were just beginning to bud in the underground. 74 more words

BDWPS Podcast

The Revolution Will Not Be Televised

A friend’s older brother took us to see Gil Scott Heron in the back room of a Derby pub in about 1989. I loved his lyrics and the stories but, if I am honest, the music was a bit jazzy for my eighteen year-old liking. 632 more words