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Sun Ra It's After The End Of The World
Live at Donaueschingen and Berlin festivals in 1970, featuring Alan Silva, Leroy Taylor, Lex Humphries and co.




Sun Ra Monorails And Satellites
Solo piano, recorded in New York in 1966.



Sun Ra My Brother The Wind: Volume 2
NYC 1969/70. A mixture of out band tracks featuring fine vocals by June Tyson, and Sun Ra's inimitable solo Moog synthesizer.




Sun Ra Continuation
Late-sixties... with Marshall Allen on Jupiterian flute and Danny Thompson on Neptunian libflecto. 'Great slow blues, creepy space voice, very cool space-exotica, crazed circus fanfare and a cacophonous romp.'




Sun Ra Other Planes Of There
This 1964 experiment is minimal, precise and even by Ra's standards very unusual. Featuring a fabulous tirade from tenor John Gilmore on the title track.



Sun Ra Pathways To Unknown Worlds / Friendly Love
Two studio albums from 1973, though Friendly Love was never released at the time and Pathways now comes with an unissued track.




Sun Ra Sound Sun Pleasure
Rooted in the standards, these early tracks include a gorgeous vocal version of Round Midnight by Hatty Randolph. Deep Purple from 1953, with Stuff Smith on violin is one of the earliest.



Sun Ra The Singles
Fantastic culmination of Evidence's superb re-issue programme everything from doo-wop to disco 2100 in this compilation of ultra-rare singles.



Sun Ra Visits Planet Earth / Interstellar Low Ways
Two albums from the dawn of the Arkestra sound in late-50s Chicago, when the band started wearing space costumes while playing jazz enriched with gongs and bells.