Roland Kirk, stritch & siren whistle
Tete Montoliu, piano
Tommy Potter, bass
Kenny Clarke, drums
Though he began mainly a tenor player and flutist Ronald Kirk came to favor two obscure saxophones, the stritch a long straight alto sax lacking an upturned bell, and the manzello a modified soprano with a bell.
Kirk became known for harmonizing with himself while playing a number of horns at once.
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