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Rip Rig And Panic / Now Please Don't You Cry Beautiful Edith

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No Tonic Press
Artist: Roland Kirk Quartet
4:34
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Once In A While
Artist: Roland Kirk Quartet
4:00
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From Bechet, Byas, And Fats
Artist: Roland Kirk Quartet
6:30
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Mystical Dream
Artist: Roland Kirk Quartet
2:39
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Rip, Rig And Panic
Artist: Roland Kirk Quartet
6:58
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Black Diamond
Artist: Roland Kirk Quartet
5:22
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Slippery Hippery Flippery
Artist: Roland Kirk Quartet
4:58
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Blue Rol
Artist: Roland Kirk
6:12
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Alfie
Artist: Roland Kirk
2:55
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Why Don't They Know
Artist: Roland Kirk
2:57
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Silverlization
Artist: Roland Kirk
5:01
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Fall Out
Artist: Roland Kirk
3:04
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Now Please Don't You Cry, Beautiful Edith
Artist: Roland Kirk
4:26
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Stompin' Grounds
Artist: Roland Kirk
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It's A Grand Night For Swinging
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Total Tracks: 15   Total Length: 67:35

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They Say All Music Guide

Combining the short yet solid 1965 release, Rip, Rig and Panic with Rahsaan Roland Kirk’s 1967 release Now Please Don’t You Cry, Beautiful Edith, this two-fer presents a perfect portrait of Kirk’s mid-’60s sound. While the albums are very different stylistically, Now Please Don’t You Cry, Beautiful Edith’s mix of avant-garde and groove sounds seems like a logical next step to Rip, Rig and Panic’s solid hard bop. Either of these albums would be great acquisitions on their own; getting them together is pure gravy. – Stacia Proefrock