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  • Interprète: Roland Kirk
  • Titre: The Inflated Tear
  • Ver. en format MP3: 1249 mb
  • Ver. en format FLAC: 2667 mb
  • Pays: US
  • Date de publication: 1968
  • Style: Post Bop
  • # Catalogue: SC 1502
  • Label: Atlantic
  • Classement: 4.4 of 5
  • Genre: Jazz
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1The Creole Love Call3:45
2Fingers In The Wind5:07
3The Inflated Tear4:46
4A Handful Of Fives2:35
5Many Blessings4:36
6Fly By Night
Trombone – Dick Griffith
8A Laugh For Rory2:47
9The Black And Crazy Blues5:59


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SC 1502Roland Kirk The Inflated Tear ‎(LP, Album)AtlanticSC 1502US1968
7 90045-2, 90045-2Rahsaan Roland Kirk The Inflated Tear ‎(CD, Album, RE)Atlantic Jazz, Atlantic Jazz7 90045-2, 90045-2USUnknown
SC 1502Roland Kirk The Inflated Tear ‎(LP, Album, RE)Rhino Records , AtlanticSC 1502US2005
ATL 50 233Roland Kirk The Inflated Tear ‎(LP, Album, RE, Gat)AtlanticATL 50 233Italy1976
90045-1Rahsaan Roland Kirk The Inflated Tear ‎(LP, Album, RE)Atlantic90045-1US1982


  • BassSteve Novosel
  • Design [Cover]Stanislaw Zagorski
  • DrumsJimmy Hopps
  • Engineer [Recording]Paul Goodman
  • Photography By [Cover]Lee Friedlander
  • PianoRon Burton
  • ProducerJoel Dorn
  • Tenor Saxophone, Saxophone [Manzello, Stritch], Clarinet, Flute, Whistle, English Horn, Performer [Flexafone]Roland Kirk


Stereo Recording

Original pressing with blue/green Atlantic label.
Labels printed with Monarch identifiers after titles: CSO-A-62195-MO and CSO-A-62196-MO


  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout, etched): CSG-A-6219(6 scratched out)5 - BB AT (M) Δ12062 W
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout, etched): CSG-A-62196 - BB AT (M) Δ12062-X W
  • Matrix / Runout (Side One & Two [stamped])): "MR" in a circle



The Inflated Tear is a studio album by Roland Kirk, released on Atlantic in 1968. It was then re-released in 1998 by Rhino featuring a bonus track and extensive liner notes. In 2017, Pitchfork placed it at number 170 on its list of the 200 Best Albums of the 1960s. All tracks are written by Roland Kirk, except where noted. Roland Kirk tenor saxophone, manzello, stritch, clarinet, flute, whistle, cor anglais, flexatone. Rahn Burton piano. Steve Novosel bass. Jimmy Hopps drums. The Inflated Tear - Rahsaan Roland Kirk. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. The debut recording by Roland Kirk this was still pre-Rahsaan on Atlantic Records, the same label that gave us Blacknuss and Volunteered Slavery, is not the blowing fest one might expect upon hearing it for the first time. In fact, producer Joel Dorn and label boss Neshui Ertegun weren't prepared for it either. Album 1968 10 Songs. Known for playing multiple horns at the same time without stopping for breath, Kirk plays it relatively straight to alternately joyous and melancholy effect on this moving, often hard-grooving 1968 recording with his quartet. He goes deep on The Black and Crazy Blues, channels Duke Ellington's big band on The Creole Love Call, and, on the title track, evokes the childhood accident that left him sightless. The Black and Crazy Blues. Songs in album Rahsaan Roland Kirk - The Inflated Tear 1967. Rahsaan Roland Kirk - The Black and Crazy Blues. Rahsaan Roland Kirk - A Laugh for Rory. Rahsaan Roland Kirk - Many Blessings. Rahsaan Roland Kirk - Fingers in the Wind. Rahsaan Roland Kirk - The Inflated Tear. Rahsaan Roland Kirk - Creole Love Call. Rahsaan Roland Kirk - A Handful of Fives. Rahsaan Roland Kirk August 7, 1935 December 5, 1977 was an American jazz multi-instrumentalist who played tenor saxophone, flute, and many little about the artist: Roland Kirk later to be known as Rahsaan Roland Kirk is one of the most interesting characters in the jazz world. Though he is most well known for his ability to play 3 instruments at once, stritch, a straightened out Eb alto sax, manzello, a slightly curved Bb soprano sax, and the tenor saxophone, his invention of new instruments, and his charming stage persona, simply outlining his eccentricities does not do him justice. The Inflated Tear 4:58 - As you might expect, the title track is one of the best on the album This starts off with some percussion noodling. Roland plays his flexatone, and its pretty cool

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