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  1. The Other Worlds of Sun Ra features writer and activist Amiri Baraka, who collaborated with Ra in the New York underground of the s. Sun Ra's archivist and one-time drummer, Michael D. Anderson, gives an insider's perspective of playing with Ra and his Arkestra.
  2. Dec 12,  · The trio is at its best on pieces like the Cyrille-penned title track, where hints of earthy blues and ringing West African guitar float through sparse, unhurried improvisations that give each.
  3. This is one of those Free-Jazz albums I can only listen to when I'm in a certain mood. I don't % like it but I listen to mainly because it's Sun Ra and it represents a good point in Impulse's history. I think. The title track is a great 21+ minute piece featuring a large barrage of different instruments happening at .
  4. For his second album, Sun Ra slyly and a wordless chant and lets it float in outer space. Adding to the spaciness of the session is that most of the hand percussion is run through a.
  5. Sun Ra returns to earth in his music-powered spaceship to wage battle with the Overseer over the fate of mankind. Of course, that summary hardly does justice to the wonder that is Space Is the Place: part Blaxploitation flick, part '50s sci-fi parody, and part social commentary all played out as Ra Myth. Not only does the new DVD offer the director's cut, restoring nearly 20 minutes of footage.
  6. Floating In Space sets sail upon the solar winds with the new release Dreamland. Carl Sagan’s Pale Blue Dot is a significant picture. Taken by the Voyager 1 from a record distance of billion miles, it shows Earth as nothing more than a tiny speck in an endless blanket of space.
  7. The Sun Ra discography is one of the largest discographies in music history. Jazz keyboardist, bandleader and composer Sun Ra recorded dozens of singles and over one hundred full-length albums, comprising well over songs, and making him one of the .
  8. The albums that have kept us happy, strong, comforted and ALIVE in the past 12 months. A few notes: this chart was compiled by John Doran out of polls from Patrick Clarke, Christian Eede, Luke Turner, Anna Wood & himself based on the new albums they have listened to most since January 1. Introduction written by tree master Turner.

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