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9 thoughts on “ One Ton - Roland Kirk - Volunteered Slavery (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Dec 31,  · A mix of live recordings from 's Newport Jazz Festival and New York studio recordings made later that same month, Volunteered Slavery shows Rahsaan Roland Kirk being propelled by the energy of the late '60s toward a moment of ecstatic liberation. The title song epitomizes Kirk’s irrepressible cosstylinsrukica.kingcharlyatranhidinegorkmyccemblearfitz.infoinfoed on: January 01,
  2. All of Kirk’s albums are worth checking out, but I have a particular softspot for Volunteered Slavery as a good friend included the track One Ton on a cassette compilation he made for me back in the nineties. This friend was confined to a wheelchair and lived in sheltered accommodation on a somewhat less than desirable council estate, and.
  3. Vinyl Records by Kirk, Roland - Kirk, Roland,We Free Kings,Boogie Woogie String Along For Real,Live In Paris Vol. 2,We Free Kings,Blacknuss,Blacknuss,Return Of The lb Man,Natural Black Inventions - Root Strata,The Inflated Tear,Domino,Slightly Latin,Reeds & Deeds,Roland Kirk Quartet Meets The Benny Golson Orchestra,Kirkatron,Here Comes The Whistleman,Reeds & Deeds,The Inflated Tear.
  4. Find album release information for Volunteered Slavery - Rahsaan Roland Kirk, Roland Kirk on AllMusic. Volunteered Slavery: Music On Vinyl MOVLP LP: Volunteered Slavery: CD: Volunteered Slavery: WEA CD 9/
  5. Kirk was a relentless iconoclast, and the concept of volunteered slavery is a provocative one - for black and white alike. Spirits Up Above, with choir, is an invocation, an anthem. Kirk breaks out the flute for My Cherie Amour, as is always the case when he covers a standard, he retains the original beauty while adding on layers of irony, edge /5(35).
  6. “Before The Issue Of Blacknuss, Rahsaan Roland Kirk Was Already Exploring Ways In Which To Make Soul And R&B Rub Up Against Jazz And Come Out Sounding Like Deep-Heart Party Music. Volunteered Slavery, With Its Beat/African Chanted Poetry And Post-Bop Blues Ethos Was Certainly The First Strike In The Right Direction.
  7. Volunteered Slavery, an Album by Roland Kirk. Released in on Atlantic (catalog no. SD ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Post-Bop. Featured peformers: Rahsaan Roland Kirk (tenor saxophone, flute, nose flute, manzello, stritch, gong, whistle, vocals), Rahn Burton (piano), Vernon Martin (bass), Joel Dorn (producer), William Arit (aka_text {mix engineer} role_id aka_text), Raymond Ross.
  8. A great collection of work that Roland Kirk recorded for Atlantic – some of his best-ever, as far as we're concerned! And while we'd recommend that you get every Roland Kirk album on Atlantic you can find, we also know that they're pretty darn hard to find on vinyl – and this collection's a great place to start until you can get them all. Loads of great tracks, all mixing soul Brand: Atlantic (Label).
  9. 解説. LPのサイド1にはスタジオ・レコーディング、サイド2には年のニューポート・ジャズ・フェスティバルにおけるライヴ録音が収録された 。. Thom Jurekはオールミュージックにおいて5点満点中点を付け「そのビート、アフリカの詠唱の詩情、バップ以降のブルースの精神は、あるべき方向.

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