The Bad Plus The Soiled DoveMonday, March 9, 2008Better than: the last time I saw the trio. There's a live recording of Rahsaan Roland Kirk where he talks about how he's going to play two entirely separate songs on two different saxophones. One was Dvorak's New World Symphony and the other was the s ... More >>
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