Reel-to-reel tape recording for a 1978 anti-PCP public service announcement

New York: Arista Records, 1978. Vintage tape recording of a 1978 anti-drug public service announcement by noted soul and jazz musician-poet Gil Scott-Heron. Included with the tape is an audio CD and MP3 file of same.

The recording features Scott-Heron narrating both 15 second and 30 second radio spots about the dangers of PCP use over clips from his song "Angel Dust" from his 1978 album "Secrets." Scott-Heron himself would famously battle cocaine addiction throughout the 1980s and 1990s, and served time in prison twice on drug possession charges.

Tape housed in a white cardboard box with an Arista Records label affixed on the front. Box measuring 5.25 x 5.25 inches. Near Fine.

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