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We Almost Lost Detroit
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Poet Gil Scott-Heron warns about
the danger of nuclear power plants
Gil Scott-Heron was a major poet and social commentator who was in his prime in the 1970s and ‘80s.
“We Almost Lost Detroit” was originally recorded in 1977 for Scott-Heron’s Bridges album.
Accompanying himself on electric piano and joined by his Amnesia Express at a London concert on Mar. 14, 1990, Gil Scott-Heron talks and sings about what almost happened to Detroit.
- Scott Yanow
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