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Sun Ra
Other Strange Worlds

ROARATORIO

'There's always more Ra being issued than anyone can keep up with. But this one's essential. Don't skip it', writes Byron Coley. Ra, Gilmore, Marshall Allen, Art Jenkins and Ali Hasaan in Ra's flat, 1965.




Philip Cohran And The Artistic Heritage Ensemble Singles
His thrilling Zulu-label 45s the distillation of the sound on both recently-revived LPs in Japanese-style packaging. Ra vs. Kool And The Gang brass, Black Jazz vibes, amplified thumb-piano and African drums.




Interviews And Essays Sun Ra
Plenty of errors (Languidity? With folk maestro Richard Thompson on bass?), and enough hot air to stick Branson on the moon, but some engrossing interviews, too.



Sun Ra Angels And Demons At Play / The Nubians Of Plutonia
Recorded in 1956-60 and way ahead of their time, these two albums are a good place to start a Sun Ra collection. The Angels And Demons title track is terrific.



Sun Ra Outer Space Employment Agency
Live At The Ann Arbor Blues And Jazz Festival in 1973.



Sun Ra Fate In A Pleasant Mood / When Sun Comes Out
Two albums that bridge the Arkestra's move from Chicago to New York in the early 1960s.




Sun Ra Holiday For Soul Dance
Ra goes back to his roots in this hommage to the big-band sound of Duke Ellington and Fletcher Henderson.



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.'



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