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Roland Kirk We Free Kings, Triple Threat
1961 Mercury debut, bluesy and soulful, with a seam of Trane, a Bird cover, nods to Brownie and Bechet, a terrific version of the carol; and his 1956 King, already simultaneously playing stritch, tenor, manzello.

Eero Koivistoinen Boots And Roots
Wonderful modal groovers, traneing in from the 1970 Otava LP, For Children (and traneing out into the jazz-funk styles which dominated the decade, and you can hear coming).

Krzysztof Komeda Knife In The Water
Brilliant score for the Roman Polanski film.

Krzysztof Komeda Rosemary's Baby, Original Soundtrack
Right up there with his best work. A haunting mix of jazz, horror and Penderecki featuring Don Ellis on trumpet. Properly manufactured and well-presented, including a foot-square print of the cover-art-work.

Lee Konitz The Complete 1956 Quartets
The Atlantic albums Worthwhile Konitz and Inside Hi Fi (with 1957's The Real Lee Konitz, mostly a quartet date, thrown in).

Krewe Of Eris The Feasts Of The Appetites Of Eris
Beautifully sleeved, enjoyable field recording of a sixty-two piece Mardi Gras marching band, brass and percussion, doing seven originals and a cover, with their own soundtrack of paraders, sirens, bottles.

Steve Kuhn Mostly Coltrane
With David Finck and Joey Barton, and Joe Lovano guesting.

Steve Kuhn Trance
With Steve Swallow, electric bass; Jack DeJohnette drums; Sue Evans, percussion.