Detroit: Motown Record Corporation, 1972. First Edition. 33 1/3 RPM LP album, no. B 454L. Vinyl very good plus or better. Protective paper sleeve toned. Gatefold album cover very good: moderately edgeworn and scuffed along edges. Very good +. Item #23758
Battlefield recordings, edited and narrated by journalist and Time magazine war correspondent Wallace Terry. Liner notes by Julian Bond: "It is the first recorded history of black fighting men in any war. And they rap about everything. Lyndon Johnson. Richard Nixon. Ho Chi Minh. BLack Power...These raps are so good and their message so heavy that this record may shatter your sensibilities." With color photographs by Tim Page, Dick Swanson, and Wallace Terry. OCLC notes just six holdings.