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A Good Place to Start with Roland Kirk
Domino is a good album to explore Roland Kirk if you've never heard any of his records. His music sounds like straight a head hard bop with a twist: exotic instruments and little playful quirks in his playing. The recording is excellent in terms of engineering.
Artist(s): Voice, Tenor Saxophone, Nose Flute – Roland Kirk
Bass – Vernon Martin
Drums – Henry Duncan, Roy Haynes
Piano – Andrew Hill, Herbie Hancock, Wynton Kelly
Saxophone [Manzello, Stritch], Flute, Whistle [Siren Wistle]
Recording Info: Transferred from a 15ips 2-track tape
Recorded on April 17 and 18, 1962, NYC by Mercury Records
1 Domino 3:10
2 Meeting On Termini's Corner 3:37
3 Time 3:07
4 Lament 3:26
5 A Stritch In Time 5:02
6 3-In-1 Without The Oil 2:20
7 Get Out Of Town From "Leave It To Me" 4:43
8 Rolando 3:40
9 I Believe In You 4:20
10 E.D. 2:21
Total Time: 35:46