On April 1st of 1982, poet-singer-songwriter Gil Scott-Heron performed two concerts at Washington D.C.'s Wax Museum Nightclub, and filmmaker Robert Mugge incorporated highlights from those concerts into his Gil Scott-Heron portrait BLACK WAX.
"Gil Scott-Heron's long-standing political committment and protean influence on rap sing-speech are finally given their due in this Outstanding documentary." Michael Shore
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