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Rolands Theme - Rahsaan Roland Kirk* - Early Roots (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Explore releases from Roland Kirk at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Roland Kirk at the Discogs Marketplace.
  2. * King LP Roland Kirk - Triple Threat = Bethlehem BCP Roland Kirk - Third Dimension = Affinity (E) AFF Roland Kirk - Early Roots. Roland Kirk Quintet. Ira Sullivan, trumpet, tenor sax; Roland Kirk, tenor sax, manzello, stritch, whistle; William Burton, organ, piano; Donald Garrett, bass; Sonny Brown, drums.
  3. Multi-instrumentalist Rahsaan Roland Kirk () lived a short life but it burned bright. His best albums, bar a few, are from the mid-sixties on: The Inflated Tear (), Volunteered Slavery (), Natural Black Inventions: Root Strata (), and The Case of the 3 Sided Dream ()/5(26).
  4. rahsaan roland kirk (2 lp's gram) anthology - atlantic years Atlantic SD Broadway label vinyl only--plain jacket Sell. Compare. rahsaan roland kirk early roots Bethlehem BCP grey label sticker on label Sell. Compare.
  5. Triple Threat, an Album by Roland Kirk. Released in on King (catalog no. ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Hard Bop. Featured peformers: Rahsaan Roland Kirk (tenor saxophone, manzello, aka_text strich role_id aka_text), James Madison (piano), Henry Duncan (drums), Carl Pruitt (bass).
  6. Rahsaan Roland Kirk's first recording predated his second by four years and would be a real obscurity until its reissue in the mid-'70s. Kirk at 20 already had a recognizable sound on tenor and, although he had not yet mastered the art of playing two or three horns at once, he did overdub his manzello and stritch on three of the selections released on his debut, hinting at the exciting 6/
  7. Roland Kirk and his band -- which, along with his normal companions Howard Johnson on tuba, Dick Griffin on trombone, Ron Burton on piano, and Vernon Martin on bass, added Leroy Jenkins on violin, Alvern Bunn on conga, Sonelius Smith on celeste and piano, and Joe Texidor on various sound objects to the mix -- once more indulge his obsession with creating modern day "black classical music.".
  8. Feb 29,  · Rahsaan Roland Kirk – Pedal Up. The next clip features the title cut, Bright Moments. It opens with a Rahsaan in preacher mode. It can sound a little jivey at times but it very much captures a big part of the Rahsaan live experience. The song itself is a feature for Kirk’s flute playing in which he would sing or hum though the flute while.

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