Gil Scott-Heron

“Nobody is the President. We got somebody over there who’s acting like one, but to this point here, what we believe is that nobody actually is in charge.” Gil Scott-Heron

Poet, musician, author, and cicerone, Gil Scott- Heron and the Midnight Band, enlightens souls, guiding the way through melanin minefields, and political paradox, in the 1983 documentary film Black Wax, directed by, Robert Mugge, on location in Washington D.C.

Copyright. 1982 Mug Shot Productions. All rights reserved. Art and Design. 2015 MVD Visual. A Robert Mugge Film. A Channel Four Release. Gil Scott-Heron and the Midnight Band. Words and music by Gil Scott-Heron.

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