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Sun Ra Dance Of The Living Image
The Lost Reel Collection Volume Four rehearsal tapes from 1974.



Sun Ra Media Dreams
Sun Ra (piano organ, moog, rhythm machine, vocals), John Gilmore (tenor sax, drums, vocals), Luqman Ali (drums, vocals), Michael Ray (trumpet, vocals) the companion to Disco 3000.



Sun Ra The Universe Sent Me
Live performances from New York and Paris, the early seventies.



Sun Ra Of Mythic Worlds
Undated live recordings; from 1980, the second Ra album on Philly Jazz, after Lanquidity.



Sun Ra Horizon
The full band live in Egypt, in 1971, featuring Ra's astounding moog-playing and drum orgies galore.



Sun Ra Untitled Recordings
Ra, Gilmore, Milford Graves, Andrew Cyrille and Don Moye in Brooklyn, 1985, plus two wonderful Arkestra rehearsal tapes from 1978, with Ra explaining and singing along whilst the band unlocks the compositions.



Sun Ra Nidhamu And Dark Myth Equation Visitation
Three LPs and some unissued stuff from an impulsive trip to Egypt in 1971, when Brigadier Salah Ragab requisitioned instruments from the army. Featuring moog and June Tyson on some great out rambles and groovers.



Sun Ra Featuring Pharoah Sanders And Black Harold
From 1964, with Pharoah Sanders sitting in for John Gilmore (away working with Paul Bley, Andrew Hill and Art Blakey); also flautist Harold Murray and the brilliant bassist Alan Silva. The debut of The Shadow World...




Sun Ra Disco 3000
Italy, 1978: John Gilmore, trumpeter Michael Ray, drummer Luqman Ali, Sun Ra on keyboards including a Crumar Mainman ('like a piano, organ, clavichord, cello, violin and brass instruments,' according to Ra).







Sun Ra I Am Strange
Sensational but poignant spoken-word and organ wonders, never out before, which may make you ponder again the camp flamboyance of Ra. Kicking off a fine label series collecting unhinged early Arkestra doowop and co...