Some Kind Of Love - Roland Kirk - We Free Kings (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Aug 21,  · referencing We Free Kings, LP, Album, RE, , DOLH What a complete lunatic and also master of his craft Roland Kirk was. This is a great record and I would recommend it to anyone who likes their jazz with a bit of bite/5().
  2. Jan 01,  · Highlights are Kirk's astonishing flute playing on 'Three For The Festival' & 'You Did It, You Did It', his Sonny Rollins-like tenor playing on 'Some Kind Of Love', Charlie Parker's 'Blues For Alice'(2 takes) and the wonderful title track based on the Christmas carol 'We Three Kings'. 'We Free Kings' is one of Kirk's finest albums and deserves a place in any modern jazz collection/5(16).
  3. A rare slice of work by Roland Kirk from his early years – a great live set recorded in Europe in the mid 60's – done in a looser mode than his studio sessions from the time! Kirk's playing his usual array of incredible horns – tenor, stritch, flute, nose flute, and manzello – with an international group that features Tete Montoliu on piano, Niels Henning Orsted.
  4. A landmark album from Roland Kirk – one of his key 60s sides for Atlantic records, and an amazing blend of soul jazz, hardbop, and freer thinking styles! Roland 's playing an insane assortment of horns on the set – often at the same time, if you know his 3-way style of blowing – and instruments used for the recording include Manzello, stritch, flute, whistle, English horn, and flexatone.
  5. Roland Kirk: We Free Kings (LP, Vinyl record album) - One of Roland Kirk's classic early recordings for Mercury, and the kind of stuff that has him mixing -- Dusty Groove is Chicago's Online Record Store.
  6. We Free Kings, an Album by Roland Kirk. Released in on Mercury (catalog no. SR ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Post-Bop, Hard Bop. Featured peformers: Rahsaan Roland Kirk (tenor saxophone, manzello, stritch, flute, siren), Charlie Persip (drums), Martin Williams (liner notes), Tommy Nola (engineer), Jack Tracy (supervisor), Marvin Glick (design).
  7. We Free Kings is a studio album by the jazz multi-instrumentalist Roland Kirk, released on Mercury Records in January His group works through a set of bluesy post-bop numbers, including a highly regarded version of Charlie Parker's "Blues for Alice". The title track, a Kirk composition, is a variation on the Christmas carol "We Three Kings".
  8. Oct 24,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Some Kind Of Love · Roland Kirk We Free Kings ℗ UMG Recordings, Inc. Released on: .

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