Rahsaan Roland Kirk & The Vibration Society ‎– Rahsaan Rahsaan

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Atlantic ‎– SD 1575, Atlantic ‎– SD1575
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Tracklist

A1 The Seeker 17:21
A1 (I) Black Classical Rap
A1 (II) The Seeker
A1 (III) Thank You, Bird
A1 (IV) New Orleans
A2 Satin Doll 2:16
B1 Introduction 1:40
B2 Medley 4:50
B2 (a) Going Home
B2 (b) Sentimental Journey
B2 (c) In Monument
B2 (d) Lover
B3 Sweet Fire 6:02
B4 Introduction 3:17
B5 Baby Let Me Shake Your Tree 4:54

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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): SD 1575 (ST-A-702039 PR)
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): SD 1575 (ST-A-702040 PR)
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Side A): ST·A·702039-A AT ONB PR. W
  • Matrix / Runout (Run-out Side B): ST·A-702040-A AT ONB PR W

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SD 1575, SD1575 Rahsaan Roland Kirk & The Vibration Society Rahsaan Rahsaan(LP, Album, RE, RI ) Atlantic, Atlantic SD 1575, SD1575 US Unknown Sell This Version
SD 1575 Rahsaan Roland Kirk & The Vibration Society Rahsaan Rahsaan(LP, Album) Atlantic SD 1575 Canada 1970 Sell This Version
8122-79685-9, WPCR-27174 Rahsaan Roland Kirk & The Vibration Society Rahsaan Rahsaan(CD, Album, RE, RM) Atlantic, Atlantic 8122-79685-9, WPCR-27174 Europe 2013 Sell This Version
K40127 Rahsaan Roland Kirk & The Vibration Society Rahsaan Rahsaan(LP, Album) Atlantic K40127 UK 1972 Sell This Version
SD 1575, SD1575 Rahsaan Roland Kirk & The Vibration Society Rahsaan Rahsaan(LP, Album, RE) Atlantic, Atlantic SD 1575, SD1575 US Unknown Sell This Version

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Dig.Vinyl

Dig.Vinyl

October 30, 2014

An overlooked classic that is not only respectfully looking back but in doing so moving jazz forward. A superb combination of avant garde free improv and deep soul grooves connected consistently through a strong roots vibe and insightful, illuminating reflections from Roland. Its been used by Madlib which alone should tell anyone what a killer this is. In these days of "whatever we into" this should be a played to all jazz lovers who may have forgotten the peoples story of jazz.