8 thoughts on A La Carte - (Rahsaan) Roland Kirk* - Early Roots (CD, Album)

  1. Akinojar   Yozshujora
    Rahsaan Roland Kirk () was a blind American jazz saxophonist, perhaps best known for his ability to play more than one saxophone at once. Kirk was born Ronald Kirk on 7th August , in Columbus, Ohio, but felt compelled by a dream to transpose two letters in his first name to make Roland.
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  2. Fegami   Dogami
    Aug 26,  · RAHSAAN ROLAND KIRK: The Inflated Tear (). ERICH KORNGOLD: From the Operas of Erich Korngold (), “Glück das Mir Verblieb” from Die Tote Stadt (conductor: Erich Korngold). THE LA’S.
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  3. Arashile   Brazshura
    Label: Bethlehem Records - BCP • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Jazz • Style: Hard Bop, Post Bop Rahsaan Roland Kirk* - Early Roots (, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore/5(9).
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  4. Dataur   Yozshuzragore
    Album. 1 I Believe In You A La Carte: Early Roots, The Bethlehem Years: Rahsaan Roland Kirk. Eric Dolphy. Roland Kirk Quartet. Roland Kirk. Yusef Lateef. Oliver Nelson. Songs from similar artists. See more. Green Dolphin Street. Eric Dolphy. $
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  5. Mer   Dulabar
    Eight Classic Albums (4-CD) by Rahsaan Roland Kirk - CD () for $ from etherexthazecuhawdotibantiobe.coinfo Jazz - Order by Phone Price: $
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  6. Zulkibar   Fenrigrel
    (Rahsaan) Roland Kirk - Early Roots: The Bethlehem Years Roland's Theme () Slow Groove () Stormy Weather () The Nearness of You () A La Carte () Easy Living () Triple Threat ().
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  7. Zulkijind   Torr
    * Prestige PRLP ; Original Jazz Classics OJC, OJCCD Roland Kirk With Jack McDuff - Kirk's Work = Prestige PR Roland Kirk With Jack McDuff - Funk Underneath = Prestige P Roland Kirk - Pre-Rahsaan * Prestige Roland Kirk - Kirk's Work / Doin' The Sixty-Eight * Prestige Roland Kirk - Funk Underneath, Part 1 & 2.
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  8. Fenrizuru   Kazizilkree
    Rahsaan Roland Kirk Format: Audio CD. out of 5 stars 3 ratings. Kirk's second date as a leader, the album Introducing Roland Kirk, recorded in Chicago on June 7, , features a quintet (with Ira Sullivan on trumpet and tenor sax) which showcases Kirk's inimitable skills as an improviser and composer. out of 5 stars Enjoyable /5(3).
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