Sun Ra And His Space Arkestra - What Planet Is This? album flac
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|1-5||Space Is The Place||10:27|
Written-By – Dotson Hobart Jr.*, Sun Ra
|1-7||Love In Outer Space||10:29|
|2-1||The Shadow World||20:42|
|2-2||Watusa: Egyptian March
Written-By – Andre Pitts, Sun Ra, Sherrill Terry V*
|2-3||Discipline 27-II (incl. What Planet Is This? / The Universe Sent Me To Converse With You / My Brother The Sun)||17:39|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Golden Years Of New Jazz
- Copyright (c) – Golden Years Of New Jazz
- Published By – Enterplanetary Koncepts
- Published By – Dejamus Ltd.
- Published By – Fairwood Music Ltd.
- Record Company – Leo Records
- Alto Saxophone [Alto Sax], Flute, Percussion, Voice – Danny Davis
- Alto Saxophone [Alto Sax], Flute, Voice – Larry Northington
- Alto Saxophone [Alto Sax], Oboe, Flute, Percussion, Cowbell, Voice – Marshall Allen
- Baritone Saxophone [Baritone Sax], Electric Bass, Voice – Pat Laurdine Patrick*
- Baritone Saxophone [Baritone Sax], Flute, Percussion, Voice – Danny Ray Thompson
- Bass – Ronnie Boykins
- Bass Clarinet, Bassoon, Percussion, Voice – Eloe Omoe
- Bassoon, Flute, Percussion, Voice – James Jacson
- Cello, Percussion – Alzo Wright
- Congas – Odun
- Congas, Timpani – Atakatune
- Design – Lora Denis
- Drums – Aye Aton, Lex Humphries
- Edited By – Harry Fulcher*, Leo Feigin
- Liner Notes [Poem] – Sun Ra
- Music By – Sun Ra (tracks: 1-1 to 1-5, 1-7, 2-1, 2-3)
- Percussion – Harry Richards
- Piano, Synthesizer [Mini-moog], Organ, Voice [Declamation] – Sun Ra
- Producer – Leo Feigin
- Tenor Saxophone [Tenor Sax], Percussion, Voice – John Gilmore
- Trombone, Percussion, Voice – Charles Stephens, Dick Griffin
- Trumpet, Flugelhorn, Wind [Megaphone], Percussion, Voice – Akh Tal Ebah
- Trumpet, Percussion, Voice – Kwame Hadi
- Tuba, Percussion – Hakim Jami
- Vocals, Other [Dance] – Cheryl Banks, Judith Holton, Ruth Wright
- Vocals, Voice [Declamation], Percussion, Other [Dance] – June Tyson
NotesRecording and photo are from the Waitawhile Sun Ra Archive, Vol. 1.
Recorded live in New York, July 6, 1973
Special thanks to Hartmut Geerken (tray insert)
Booklet contains the Sun Ra poem "The Universe Sent Me To Converse With You"
© & ℗ Golden Years Of New Jazz, 2006
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5024792240029
- Matrix / Runout (Disc 1): FAI GY2425
- Matrix / Runout (Disc 2): FAI GY24_25-2
- Label Code: LC 5417
|900632||Sun Ra & His Space Arkestra*||What Planet Is This? (2xLP, Comp, RE, 180)||Vinyl Lovers||900632||Russia||2009|
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It is appropriate that this double album is being released by Leo Records' Golden Years imprint. Recorded in New York in July, 1973, it features as large an Arkestra as any that Sun Ra put together and includes all of his key collaborators. What Planet Is This? comes from the crucial period when Sun Ra had progressed from cult status to wider recognition, a process aided by a strange alliance with the MC5. But unlike the '50s and '60s (which are well-documented, particularly by the reissue programme on Evidence) or the late '80s and early '90s (covered well, not least.
Sun Ra and his Solar Arkestra Visits Planet Earth is a jazz album by the American musician Sun Ra and his Solar Arkestra. Recorded between late 1956 and 1958, the album was originally released on Ra's own Saturn label in 1966, and has since been reissued on CD by Evidence in 1992. In keeping with many Saturn releases, one side features cuts from the arkestra . 958, whilst the other side comes from the 1956 sessions originally intended for Sound of Joy but still unreleased in 1966.
This 1973 double album, live from New York, features legendary Arkestra sidemen including saxophonists John Gilmore, Marshall Allan and Pat Patrick, and a raft of percussionists and singers including majestic regular vocalist June Tyson. Sun Ra buffs (there are plenty) will find it indispensable, but since much Arkestra material is poorly recorded, fairly high audio standards on this recording may well help sell it to the unsuspecting
In stock now for same day shipping. 2. "Love In Outer Space". 3. "Watusa, Egyptian March". Side 4. 1. "What Planet Is This? Ending Improvisation". Shop more: Jazz SUN RA & HIS SPACE ARKESTRA Vinyl Lovers Russia.
Sun Ra and his Solar Arkestra Visits Planet Earth è un album discografico del musicista jazz statunitense Sun Ra e della sua Solar Arkestra. Registrato tra la fine del 1956 ed il 1958, l'album venne originariamente pubblicato dalla El Saturn Records nel 1966.
Even "Space Is the Place," probably the best-known track on the album, is not the better-known version from the album of the same name, but an excellent take from The Other Side of the Sun. Even if you have heard many of these tunes, you probably haven't heard them sound this good before. These masters come from the Sun Ra Archive, where Michael D. Anderson and Irwin Chusid have been doing remarkable restoration work. Walking On The Moon 10. This Song Is Dedicated To Nature's God 11. 1984 12. Space Is The Place 13. The Forest Of No Return (Previously Unissued) 14. The Truth About Planet Earth 15. Nuclear War (Live) 16. Space Chant (Third Heaven).