rahsaan roland kirk





rahsaan roland kirk – bright moments

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All compositions by Rahsaan Roland Kirk except as indicated.

Introduction – 2:06
“Pedal Up” – 11:52
“You'll Never Get to Heaven” (Burt Bacharach, Hal David) – 9:48
“Clickety Clack” – 2:30
“Prelude to a Kiss” (Duke Ellington, Irving Gordon, Irving Mills) – 5:05
“Talk (Electric Nose)” – 2:33
“Fly Town Nose Blues” – 8:52
“Talk (Bright Moments)” – 3:30
“Bright Moments” – 10:02
“Dem Red Beans and Rice” – 7:05
“If I Loved You” (Oscar Hammerstein II, Richard Rodgers) – 8:50
“Talk (Fats Waller)” – 1:30
“Jitterbug Waltz” (Richard Maltby, Jr., Fats Waller) – 7:00
“Second Line Jump” – 1:30

Recorded at Keystone Korner, San Francisco, CA, June 8 & 9, 1973

At The Cote D'Azur with Ella Fitzgerald & Joan Miro/The Last Jam Session

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