New York's WRVR-FM captured a treasured broadcast by Gil Scott-Heron, a highly-revered artist whose work has remained headily influential over many respected hip-hop contemporaries. His appearance alongside Brian Jackson and the Midnight Band at The Village Gate in 1976 has since garnered widespread affection and admiration amongst collectors, fans and critics alike. This landmark appearance was primarily aimed at promoting Arista's imminent release of their 1976 LP It's Your World. This monumental performance is comprised of only six songs in comparison with the 10 of It's Your World, but the energy and spirit of the performance evokes acute political and spiritual awareness, rampaging through global and local injustices with humility and conscience firmly intact. Klondike's retrospective spotlight captures Heron's on-stage persona and energy, exposing an explosive chapter in the life and career of a lyrical legend. Featuring the complete WRVR-FM broadcast, fully re-mastered.