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Roland Kirk: Four Classic Albums

Roland Kirk: Four Classic Albums by Rahsaan Roland Kirk
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Rahsaan Roland Kirk

Label: Avid Records UK
Released: 2014
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Track Listing

CD1: The Call; Soul Station; Our Waltz; Our Love Is Here To Stay; Spirit Girl; Jack the Ripper; Three For Dizzy; Makin’ Whoopee; Funk Underneath; Kirk’s Work; Doin’ the Sixty Eight; Too Late Now; Skater’s Waltz. CD2: Three for the Festival; Moon Song; A Sack Full of Soul; The Haunted Melody; Blues For Alice; We Free Kings; You Did It, You Did It; Some Kind of Love; My Delight; Domino; Meeting on Termini’s Corner; Time; Lament; A Stritch in Time; 3-in1 Without the Oil; Get Out of Town; Rolando; I Believe in You; E.D.


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Roland Kirk: tenor sax, manzello, stritch, flute, siren; Ira Sullivan: tenor sax, trumpet (CD1#1-6); William Burton: piano (CD1#1-6); Don Garrett: bass (CD1#1-6); Sonny Brown: drums (CD1#1-6); Jack McDuff: organ (CD1#7-13); Joe Benjamin: bass (CD1#7-13); Art Taylor: drums (CD1#7-13); Richard Wyands: piano (CD2#3-5, 9); Art Davis: bass (CD2#3- 5,9); Charlie Persip: drums (CD2#1-9); Hank Jones: piano (CD2#1-2, 6-8); Wendell Marshall: bass (CD2#1-2, 6-8); Andrew Hill: piano, celeste (CD2#10-15); Wynton Kelly: piano (CD2#16-19); Vernon Martin: bass; Henry Duncan: drums (CD2#10-15); Roy Haynes: drums (CD2#16-19).


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