Oh and I've been spinning a ton of Rahsaan Roland Kirk
Posted by Pugeye on 9/15/2017, 8:36 am, in reply to "That's some good shit"
Been one of my favorite jazz musicians since I started listening to him in high school but I recently realized that there were several key albums (particularly I've albums- he's one of those jazz musicians who's often at his best live) that I hadn't heard. My favorites are "Gifts & Messages" and "Kirk In Copenhagen" (the complete 2-disc version) but I also grabbed "I Talk To The Spirits", "I, Eye, Aye", "Reeds & Deeds", "Gifts & Messages: Live At Ronnie Scott's 1964" (no relation to the studio album except it features a version of the title track), "Here Comes The Whistleman", "The Man Who Cried Fire", "Compliments of the Mysterious Phantom" and "Does Your House Have Lions: The Rahsaan Roland Kirk Anthology". Except for the anthology (which has great stuff but a lot of mediocre stuff as well), these are all highly recommended.
Jaki Byard - Jaki Byard With Strings
Ray Charles - Live in Concert 1964
Pink Floyd - Zabriskie Point Sessions
Yusef Lateef - Psychicemotus
The Beach Boys - 1967: Sunshine Tomorrow
Bob Marley- African Herbsman
Albert Marcœur - s/t
Ravi Shankar - India's Master Musician
The Carter Family - Roots of Country
Steely Dan - Pretzel Logic
Beck - One Foot In The Grave (Deluxe Version)
Utopia - s/t (1973 Amon Duul side project, no relation to the Rundgren group)
The Isley Brothers - It's Our Thing
Sun Ra - God Is More Than Love Can Ever Be
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