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Masabumi Kikuchi Trio Sunrise
With Thomas Morgan and Paul Motian.



Tony Kinsey Mr Percussion
The house drummer of the Flamingo jazz club throughout the fifties, presenting a 1961 date featuring Tubbs and Jimmy Deuchar. Vibes-player Bill Le Sage leads the gorgeous ballad World Of Blue.



Basil Kirchin Particles
Bumptious jazz grooves and robust, cheerful experimentalism to do with making music out of everyday speech. His last recordings, before his death in 2005.



Basil Kirchin Primitive London
From 1965, the first UK 'mondo' style documentary, with Kirchin scoring the sleazy underbelly of the Capitalís days and nights. From births to deaths via strippers, chicken factories and wife swapping parties.








Roland Kirk Rip, Rig And Panic
With Jaki Byard, Richard Williams and Elvin Jones at Van Gelder's in 1965 ó a wildly brilliant mixture of homage and experimentation, New Orleans manzello, noise, Middle Eastern vibes, modal grooving. Unmissable.



Roland Kirk Prepare Thyself To Deal With A Miracle
In Kirk's case, a little hubris can be excused. Here, his wonderful Saxophone Concerto for tenor is pretty much one breath.



Roland Kirk I Talk With The Spirits
Brilliant flute-work from 1964.



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.