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Bessies Blues - Roland Kirk - Volunteered Slavery (CD, Album)

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  1. Listen to your favorite songs from Volunteered Slavery by Rahsaan Roland Kirk Now. Stream ad-free with Amazon Music Unlimited on mobile, desktop, and tablet. Download our mobile app now.
  2. Rahsaan Roland Kirk - Left Hook, Right Cross: Blacknuss/Volunteered Slavery music CD album at CD Universe, 2 Cds, enjoy top rated service and worldwide shipping.
  3. Oct 18,  · The CD begins with Volunteered Slavery, an infectious tidbit with some very interesting lyrics. Kirk was a relentless iconoclast, and the concept of volunteered slavery is a provocative one - for black and white alike. Spirits Up Above, with choir, is an invocation, an anthem/5(35).
  4. Kirk, Roland - Volunteered Slavery - saywhisurfirepofapardispneresra.coinfo Music. Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Returns & Orders Try Prime Cart. CDs & Vinyl.
  5. Volunteered Slavery Composed By – Roland Kirk: 2: Spirits Up Above Composed By – Roland Kirk: 3: Ma Chérie Amour Composed By – Henry Cosby, Stevie Wonder, Sylvia Moy: 4: Search For The Reason Why Composed By – Roland Kirk: 5: I Say A Little Prayer Composed By – Burt Bacharach / Hal David* 6: Roland's 4/5(1).
  6. ヴォランティアード・スレイヴリー - "Volunteered Slavery" (Roland Kirk) - スピリッツ・アップ・アバヴ - "Spirits Up Above" (R. Kirk) - マイ・シェリー・アモール - "My Cherie Amour" (Henry Cosby, Sylvia Moy, Stevie Wonder) -
  7. Volunteered Slavery, with its beat/African chanted poetry and post-bop blues ethos was certainly the first strike in the right direction. With a band that included Charles McGhee on trumpet, Dick Griffin on trombone, organist Mickey Tucker, bassist Vernon Martin, drummers Jimmy Hopps and Charles Grady, as well as Sony Brown, Kirk made it work.
  8. Before the issue of Blacknuss, Rahsaan Roland Kirk was already exploring ways in which to make soul and R&B rub up against jazz and come out sounding like deep-heart party music. Volunteered Slavery, with its beat/African chanted poetry and post-bop blues ethos was certainly the first strike in the right direction.

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