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Kirk's Work (Rudy Van Gelder Remaster)

Roland Kirk, Jack McDuff

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1.1
Three For Dizzy (Instrumental)
Roland Kirk; Jack McDuff
5:15
1.2
Makin' Whoopee (Instrumental)
Roland Kirk; Jack McDuff
5:09
1.3
Funk Underneath (Instrumental)
Roland Kirk; Jack McDuff
6:17
1.4
Kirk's Work (Instrumental)
Roland Kirk; Jack McDuff
3:57
1.5
Doin' The Sixty-Eight (Instrumental)
Roland Kirk; Jack McDuff
4:23
1.6
Too Late Now (Instrumental)
Roland Kirk; Jack McDuff
3:54
1.7
The Skaters Waltz (Instrumental)
Roland Kirk; Jack McDuff
4:24
Digital Booklet
Total Playing Time    33:19
"... a largely forgotten Kirk album, but one which generally deserves the classic reissue billing." - The Penguin Guide to Jazz Recordings "... this sublime date has its fair share of unusual subtle surprises, providing a few early examples of the man's twisted genius." - All About Jazz Roland Kirk, the amazing one-man saxophone section and sublime soloist, had yet to add "Rahsaan" to his name when he recorded this album in 1961. It wasn't yet quite clear to many, even people at the center of the jazz community, that Kirk's gifts went considerably beyond his gimmicky ability to play three horns at once. Gradually, it began to dawn on one and all that the man's almost superhuman energy and dedication were matched by musicianship based as firmly in tradition as in innovation. Eventually, it became possible to accept as parts of Kirk's kaleidoscopic expression those odd instruments, the manzello and the strich, not to mention the nose flute and kirkbam that he added later. And what a tenor saxophonist he was. Kirk's Work is a milestone in the brief, brilliant career of a major artist.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Prestige Studio Masters

Recorded by Rudy Van Gelder at Van Gelder Studio, Englewood Cliff, NJ; July 11, 1961. Supervision by Esmond Edwards. Remastering: Rudy Van Gelder (Van Gelder Studio), 2007. All transfers were made from the analog master tapes to digital at 24-bit resolution. Notes by Joe Goldberg.

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