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Gil Scott-Heron|Moving Target

Moving Target

Gil Scott-Heron

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1
Fast Lane
00:04:54

Malcolm Cecil, Producer - Gil Scott-Heron, Lyricist - Gil Scott-Heron, Performer - Gil Scott-Heron, Producer - Gil Scott-Heron, Composer - Robert Gordon, Composer - Robert Gordon, Lyricist

(P) 1982 Arista Records LLC

2
Washington, D.C.
00:04:20

Malcolm Cecil, Producer - Gil Scott-Heron, Composer - Gil Scott-Heron, Lyricist - Gil Scott-Heron, Producer - Gil Scott-Heron, Performer

(P) 1982 Arista Records LLC

3
No Exit
00:04:05

Malcolm Cecil, Producer - Gil Scott-Heron, Composer - Gil Scott-Heron, Lyricist - Gil Scott-Heron, Producer - Gil Scott-Heron, Performer

(P) 1982 Arista Records LLC

4
Blue Collar
00:05:45

Malcolm Cecil, Producer - Gil Scott-Heron, Composer - Gil Scott-Heron, Lyricist - Gil Scott-Heron, Producer - Gil Scott-Heron, Performer - The Blues Band, Vocal

(P) 1982 Arista Records LLC

5
Explanations
00:04:12

Malcolm Cecil, Producer - Gil Scott-Heron, Composer - Gil Scott-Heron, Producer - Gil Scott-Heron, Performer - Gil Scott-Heron, Lyricist

(P) 1982 Arista Records LLC

6
Ready Or Not
00:04:31

Malcolm Cecil, Producer - Gil Scott-Heron, Lyricist - Gil Scott-Heron, Performer - Gil Scott-Heron, Producer - Gil Scott-Heron, Composer - Larry MacDonald, Lyricist - Larry MacDonald, Composer

(P) 1982 Arista Records LLC

7
Black History/ The World
00:09:42

Malcolm Cecil, Producer - Gil Scott-Heron, Composer - Gil Scott-Heron, Producer - Gil Scott-Heron, Performer - Gil Scott-Heron, Lyricist

(P) 1982 Arista Records LLC

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