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You needn't do much research to figure out where Ian Anderson's unusual style of flute playing came from. Roland Kirk was vocalizing through his flute and playing whistles nearly a decade before "TULL." I like Tull too but flutewise it had been done before. Kirk is most remembered for playing several "horns" at once. The distinction here is that he made it MUSICAL and could do it with ease in performance. This guy had attitude.....MINGUS type attitude. His way with the blues is so pure and unpredictable. These are my favorites from 8 or so CD's......I've left out the track which includes 10 minutes of silence.........imagine buying a record that contained a track of mostly silence......KIRK was unique.......we won't see another.
|Disc 2 excerpts/1. Slow Blues - Rahsaan Roland Kirk - 2002.flac||61.401 MB|
|Disc 2 excerpts/9. A Visit From the Blues - Rahsaan Roland Kirk - 2002.flac||35.862 MB|
|pics/Cover Disc 2 excerpts.JPG||468.931 KB|