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Name:Roland Kirk I Talk with the Spirits Jazzmp3 320h33tschon55

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01 Serenade to a Cuckoo.MP3 (Size: 93.63 MB) (Files: 13)

 01 Serenade to a Cuckoo.MP3

10.44 MB

 02 We'll Be Together Again_People.MP3

10.70 MB

 03 A Quote From Clifford Brown.MP3

10.09 MB

 04 Trees.MP3

14.52 MB

 05 Fugue'n and Alludin'.MP3

1.68 MB

 06 The Business Ain't Nothin' but the Blues.MP3

11.57 MB

 07 I Talk With The Spirits.MP3

9.02 MB

 08 Ruined Castles.MP3

3.06 MB

 09 Django.MP3

11.07 MB

 10 My Ship.MP3

11.47 MB

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Roland Kirk - I Talk with the Spirits
Label: verve (1998, 24-bit remastered)
Total time: 40:55
Bitrate: 320 kbps

Multi-instrumentalist Roland Kirk leaves the stritch, manzello and other exotic instruments at home for this all-flute outing from his pre-"Rahsaan" days. Consisting mostly of originals, with a couple of show tunes and a swinging take on John Lewis' "Django" thrown in, I Talk to the Spirits provides the best sampling of Kirk's unique flute style. He hums along with himself as he plays, inserts pieces of lyrics when the mood hits, finds overtones and multi-part harmonies as he blows madly through the upper register and sails sweetly through the lower. Included here is the original version of "Serenade to a Cuckoo," a song later taken to rock audiences with its inclusion on the first Jethro Tull album. ( In fact, for the Tull fan who wants to hear where Ian Anderson borrowed his style, I Talk to the Spirits is the place to go. ) The playing on this outing is uniformly excellent, with Kirk ranging from his trademark up-tempo overblowing on "A Quote from Clifford Brown" to bluesy growling on "The Business Ain't Nothing But the Blues" to placid beauty on the ballad "Trees." He guides Kurt Weill's "My Ship" on a five-minute voyage through calm seas and turbulent double-timed storms. Kirk's sense of whimsy and musical fun is evident throughout.
- by Jim Newsom, AMG

This is the best example of Rahsaan's flute work which is the best around. So few flute players worth listening to, and this ain't no Herbie Mann, no. How can anyone possibly play flute and sing at the same time??? no one but rahsaan. He also plays two flutes simultaneously (one nose flute). I am not sure whether he does it on this one or not. I have close to 40 Rahsaan discs and each and every song is unique. ~ macfawlty "macfawlty"

Roland Kirk (Flute, Alto Flute and African Wood Flute)
Horace Parlan (Piano and Celeste) - 1-4,6,7,9,10
Michael Fleming (Double Bass) - 1-4,6,7,9,10
Walter Perkins (Drums and Percussion) - 1-4,6,7,9,10
Bobby Moses (Vibraphone) - 5,7
Crystal-Joy Albert (Vocals) - 1,7

Roland Kirk - I Talk with the Spirits Tracks:
01 Serenade to a Cuckoo (Roland Kirk) 4:33
02 We'll Be Together Again_People (from 'Funny Face') (Carl Fisher/Frankie Laine - Bob Merrill/Jule Styne) 4:40
03 A Quote From Clifford Brown (Roland Kirk) 4:24
04 Trees (Roland Kirk) 6:21
05 Fugue'n and Alludin' (Roland Kirk) 0:44
06 The Business Ain't Nothin' but the Blues (Roland Kirk) 5:03
07 I Talk With The Spirits (Roland Kirk) 3:56
08 Ruined Castles (Roland Kirk) 1:20
09 Django (John Aaron Lewis) 4:50
10 My Ship (from 'Lady in the Dark') (Kurt Weill/Ira Gershwin) 5:00

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