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Roland Kirk
Live in Paris (1970)

Live in Paris (1970)




1x Vinyl LP



Release date

Jan 26, 2024



Transversales Disques proudly presents Rahsaan Roland Kirk - Live in Paris (1970).

Gifted multi-instrumentalist Rahsaan Roland Kirk at the height of his powers, backed by his Vibration Society, including long-term cohorts pianist Ron Burton, powerhouse percussionist Joe Habao Texidor, Dick Griffin on trombone, drummer Jerome Cooper and Vernon Martin on Double Bass. First ever official reissue of this rare ORTF recording performed live at studio 104, Maison de la Radio Paris, with the full permission and cooperation of the National Audiovisual Institute (INA).

Deluxe edition, Classic Tip-On jacket, including exclusive liner notes and pictures. Mastered from the original master tapes.

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