the first stone

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Sunday, March 22, 2009


Rahsaan Roland Kirk left behind a legacy that spans the entirety of the jazz idiom. Often considered a gimic or trick-pony crowd-pleasing mockingbird, its tracks like this, from the album "Rip, Rig, and Panic," that prove even further his devotion to the traditional elements of all black music and expression. The only other comment I can make is the line-up of this record, which included Elvin Jones on drums, Jaki Byard on keys, and Richard Davis on double bass--definitely a dream team or fantasy jazz league lineup.

Rahsaan Roland Kirk- "Once In A While"

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