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  Gil Scott-Heron , a musician who bristled when described as ‘the godfather of rap,’ died last May at the age of 62. He preferred to be called a ‘bluesologist,’ which captured the traditions of blues, jazz and Harlem renaissance poetics that grounded his work. He became a notable voice of protest with his 1970 work, “The Revolution Will Not Be Televised.”
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