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Tribute To Gil Scott-Heron - A Place For You (Grant Phabao Remix)

Tribute To Gil Scott-Heron A Place For You Grant Phabao Remix

Gil Scott-Heron left us at the end of May. His bluesology, black American music and message marked us forever. Sandra Nkaké and Jî Drû have written and recorded in one night an homage piece, A Place For You!. Joined by a bunch of friends who felt as much concerned as they were, on a riff from Marvin Gaye's Inner City Blues, they sing a chorus tribute to Scott-Heron and borrow a text extracted from I Think I'll Call It Morning. The original track was mixed by Blackjoy, with remixes from Mark de Clive-Lowe, Doctor L, Loik Dury, Eric Legnini, Jeff Sharel feat. Karl The Voice, DJ Oil or Vadim Vernay (all available here). Oh! and of course from your favorite soundmaster and reggae producer Grant Phabao, who spectacularly manages to take the song to Kingston, Jamaica - but if you're a regular Paris DJs listener, you should be used to it by now...

The Man is gone, the message stays - Sandra Nkaké & Jî Drû

Tribute To Gil Scott-Heron A Place For You Grant Phabao Remix
Tribute To Gil Scott-Heron - A Place For You (Grant Phabao Remix)
(Free MP3 download on 2011-06-16

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Nikitka Nikitka ·  22 June 2011, 16:16

Thanks for share!

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