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K.C Shuffle - Rahsaan Roland Kirk* / Yusef Lateef - Separate But Equal (CD, Album)

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  1. Tad Richards' odyssey through the catalog of Prestige Records:an unofficial and idiosyncratic history of jazz in the 50s and 60s. With occasional digressions.
  2. Jan 10,  · The CD reissue of Mingus Dynasty -- like that of its predecessor -- restores the full-length versions of some songs that had portions of solos edited for time on the original LP release. Rahsaan Roland Kirk and Albert Mangelsdorff set the gold standard, while several trumpeters like Rayse Biggs and Corey Wilkes have tried it with two brass.
  3. Rahsaan Roland Kirk — Case Of The 3 Sided Dream In Audio Color LP Atlantic, Near Mint- 2LP Gatefold $ Add to Cart. A great 70s album by Roland Kirk – one that features him working on a lot of short tracks, in a pretty crazy style! Roland Kirk/ Yusef Lateef — Separate But Equal – Case Of The 3 Sided Dream/ Part Of.
  4. Oct 09,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Yusef Lateef - K. C. Shuffle YouTube Like It Is - Yusef Lateef (The Blue Yusef Lateef).wmv - Duration: MrJoatman 4,, views.
  5. In , 32 Jazz released Separate but Equal: The Case of the 3 Sided Dream in Audio Color/Part of the Search, which contained two complete albums -- The Case of the 3 Sided Dream in Audio Color by Rahsaan Roland Kirk (, originally released on Atlantic) and Part of the Search by Yusef Lateef (, originally released on Atlantic) -- on one compact disc.6/
  6. Rahsaan Roland Kirk / Yusef Lateef: Separate But Equal album review by Robert Spencer, published on October 1, beginning with Kenny Barron's "K.C. Shuffle," a flashy r&b excursion. "Lunceford Prance" is a retro-swing dance number, long before retro-swing was cool; Lateef sounds utterly convincing in settings like these, perhaps owing.
  7. SD Rahsaan Roland Kirk And Al Hibbler - A Meeting Of The Times Roland Kirk, tenor sax, manzello, stritch, clarinet, flute; Lonnie Liston Smith as Lonnie Smith, piano; Major Holley, bass; Charles Crosby, drums; Leon Thomas, vocals. live in NYC, March 14,
  8. The last album from the legendary Bonzo Dog Band – issued at a time when the group were going their separate ways, hence the somewhat ironic title! The set's possibly a bit more musical than before – and almost even shows some traces of the hipper, artier side of the British scene that was bubbling under in the jazz rock generation – that.
  9. In , after a year on tour with Dizzy Gillespies band, Yusef Lateef returned to Detroit, the city where he had grown up as a jazz musician. With his powerfully preaching tenor sax tone and fluent, driving style he established himself as an influential presence in the Motor City scene, forming his own quintet in

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