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Sun Ra

Of all the jazz musicians, Sun Ra was probably the most controversial. He did not make it easy for people to take him seriously, for he surrounded his adventurous music with costumes and mythology that both looked backward toward ancient Egypt and forward into science fiction. In addition, Ra documented his music in a very erratic fashion on his Saturn label, generally not listing recording dates and giving inaccurate personnel information, so one could not really tell how advanced some of his innovations were. It has taken a lot of time to sort it all out (although Robert L. Campbell's Sun Ra discography has done a miraculous job). In addition, while there were times when Sun Ra's aggregation performed brilliantly, on other occasions they were badly out of tune and showcased absurd vocals. Near the end of his life, Ra was featuring plate twirlers and fire eaters in his colorful show as a sort of Ed Sullivan for the 1980s.

But despite all of the trappings, Sun Ra was a major innovator. Born Herman Sonny Blount in Birmingham, Alabama (although he claimed he was from another planet), Ra led his own band for the first time in 1934. He freelanced at a variety of jobs in the Midwest, recording with blues singer Wynonie Harris in 1946 and working as a pianist/arranger with Fletcher Henderson in 1946 and 1947. He also performed with swing musicians Coleman Hawkins and Stuff Smith in 1948, but really got started around 1953. Leading a big band (which he called the Arkestra) in Chicago, Ra started off playing advanced bop, but early on was open to the influences of other cultures, experimenting with primitive electric keyboards, and playing free long before the avant-garde got established. Following several singles, including songs recorded with doo wop and R&B vocal groups such as the Qualities and the Cosmic Rays, early albums released by the Arkestra on El Saturn Records included Super-Sonic Jazz and Jazz in Silhouette. Jazz by Sun Ra, Vol. 1 also appeared on producer Tom Wilson's Transition Records.

After moving to New York in 1961, Ra performed some of his most advanced work. This period saw the release of The Heliocentric Worlds of Sun Ra, Vol. 1 and Vol. 2, both on the famed ESP-Disk label, and often regarded as some of his best work. In 1966, the Arkestra had a weekly Monday night gig at Slug's Saloon, a jazz club in the Lower East Side in Manhattan, which greatly increased his fan base among beatniks and music critics. While Ra's music, mythology, and appearance went over the heads of many listeners and audience members, he was praised by jazz legends Dizzy Gillespie and Thelonious Monk.

In 1968, he relocated his group to Philadelphia, and the group undertook their first tour of the West Coast of the United States, exposing their elaborate performances to hippies and Deadheads. Ra was featured on the cover of Rolling Stone in 1969. The ensemble began performing in Europe in 1970, and they traveled to Egypt for the first time in 1971. Their concerts alternated free improvisations and mystical group chants with eccentric versions of swing tunes, sounding like a spaced-out Fletcher Henderson orchestra. Many of Ra's most important sidemen were with him on and off for decades (most notably John Gilmore on tenor, altoist Marshall Allen, and baritonist Pat Patrick).

In 1972, Sun Ra recorded an album called Space Is the Place, as well as an experimental science fiction movie of the same name. The album, led by the 21-minute title track, was released in 1973, and endures as one of his most popular and influential works. The film, directed by John Coney, was released in 1974, and is often cited as a seminal work of Afrofuturism. The Arkestra recorded an original soundtrack for the film (unrelated to the Space Is the Place album), and it was eventually released on CD in the '90s.

The Arkestra continued recording and performing, and albums appeared on labels large (Impulse!, Atlantic) and small (Philly Jazz, Sweet Earth Records). Releases on Y Records, including the infamous Nuclear War (1983), exposed Sun Ra's work to post-punk/indie audiences. Ra became a fixture of Philadelphia radio stations and regularly gave lectures. After appearing on Hal Willner's Disney tribute album Stay Awake in 1988, Ra became obsessed with the music of Disney animated films, and incorporated renditions of these tunes into live performances. Ra suffered a stroke in 1990, but he still continued to lead the Arkestra and compose music. Gilmore led the Arkestra on dates when Ra was too ill to perform. Ra died in 1993, and Gilmore led the Arkestra until his death in 1995, at which point Allen took over.

Ra has been well served by Evidence's extensive repackaging of many of his Saturn dates, which have at last been outfitted with correct dates and personnel details. The label released a double-CD collection of his limited single releases in 1996. Posthumous albums of live material have appeared on labels such as DIW, Leo Records, and Kindred Spirits. In 2010, Norton Records released a series of "Space Poetry" LPs containing Ra's spoken word material. U.K. label Strut also released a few notable compilations, including In the Orbit of Ra (presented by Allen) and To Those of Earth... and Other Worlds (mixed by Gilles Peterson), as well as a more extensive compendium of his singles. ~ Scott Yanow & Paul Simpson
full bio

Selected Discography

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Track List: Aurora Borealis (Remastered 2015)

1. Prelude in C♯ Minor (Ra Rachmaninoff)

2. Quiet Ecstasy

3. Aurora Borealis

4. Omniscience

5. Love in Outer Space (Bonus Track)

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Track List: Solo Piano Venice 1977

1. Free Improvisation

2. Blues A La Fenice

3. Love In Outer Space

4. Outer Spaceways Inc.

5. Take The 'A' Train

6. St. Louis Blues

7. Penthouse Serenade

8. Angel Race

9. Party On Jupiter - 1980

10. Honeysuckle Rose

11. Friendly Galaxy/Spontaneous Simplicity

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Track List: Monorails and Satellites, Vol. 2

1. Astro-Vision

2. The Ninth Eye

3. Solar Boats

4. Perspective Prisms of Is

5. Calundronius

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Track List: Wake Up Angels

1. Enlightenment

2. Space Is The Place

3. Improvisation

4. Discipline 27-11

5. What Planet Is This

6. Life Is Splendid

7. Immeasurable

8. Outer Spaceways Incorporated

9. Improvisations

10. Disipline 99

11. Love In Outer Space

12. Watusi

13. Discipline 27-11 (Version Two)

14. At First There Was Nothing

15. The Universe Has More To Offer You

16. Wake Up Angels

17. The Universe Sent Me To Converse With You

18. Outer Space Employment Agency

19. Untitled Improvisation

20. Discipline 27

21. Love In Outer Space (Version Two)

22. The Shadow World

23. Space Is The Place (Version Two)

24. Second Stop Jupiter

25. Discipline 27-11 (Version Three)

26. Images

27. Is It Forbidden

28. Watusi (Version Two)

29. Sun Ra And His Band From Outer Space

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Track List: The Sub-Dwellers (Space Poetry Volume Two)

1. The Sub-Dwellers

2. The Music Is A Universal Language

3. When The Word Was Spoken

4. The Past Is A Dream

5. The World Comes To An End

6. Pretense Desires

7. The Universe Is Endless

8. What Are Words?

9. There Is Music Everywhere

10. All Men Are Equal

11. We Must Not Say No To Ourselves

12. They Taught Me To Share

13. The Worship Of A Statue

14. This Planet Of Death

15. A Cosmic Dimension Of Music

16. If You Are Not A Myth

17. I Speak Of Everything

18. The Truth About Planet Earth

19. The Universe Sent Me

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Track List: Strange Worlds In My Mind (Space Poetry Volume One)

1. Message To Earthman

2. I Seek A New World

3. I Am Trying To Find Myself

4. The Damned Air

5. I Am Strange

6. My Children

7. If They Only Knew

8. I'm Not To Blame

9. I Am An Instrument

10. Once Upon A Time

11. All In The Realm Of Death

12. Death Speaks To The Negro

13. I'll Wait For You

14. At Night

15. They Can't Accept Me

16. I Am Not A Fantasy

17. My World Is The Space Way

18. Strange Worlds In My Mind

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Track List: The Outer Darkness (Space Poetry Volume Three)

1. I Gotta Get Away

2. Know What It's Like On My Planet

3. The Outer Darkness Part One

4. The Outer Darkness Part Two

5. This Is My Day

6. The Scheme Of Words

7. Black Holes In Space

8. A Better World

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Track List: The Heliocentric Worlds Of Sun Ra

Disc 1

1. Heliocentric

2. Outer Nothingness

3. Other Worlds

4. The Cosmos

5. Of Heavenly Things

6. Nebulae

7. Dancing In The Sun

Disc 2

1. The Sun Myth

2. A House Of Beauty

3. Cosmic Chaos

Disc 3

1. Intercosmoss

2. Mythology Metamorphosis

3. Heliocentric Worlds

4. World Worlds

5. Interplanetary Travelers

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Track List: Rocket Ship Rock

1. Muck Muck (45 Version)

2. Hot Skillet Momma (45 Version)

3. Rocket Ship Rock

4. Is That Me?

5. Hot Skillet Momma (Alternate Take)

6. Muck Muck (Alternate Take)

7. The Sun Man Speaks (45 Version)

8. Message To The Earthman #1 (45 Version)

9. Message To The Earthman #2 (Alternate Take)

10. Tell Her To Come Home (45 Version)

11. I Am Gonna Unmask The Batman (Extended Version)

12. I Am Gonna Unmask The Batman

13. Space Stroll (45 Version)

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Track List: HORIZON

1. Introduction / Theme O...

2. Discipline #2

3. The Shadow World

4. Enlightenment

5. Love In Outer Space

6. Third Planet

7. Space Is The Place

8. Horizon, Moog Solo

9. Discipline #8

10. We'll Wait For You

11. The Satellites Are Spi...

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Track List: What Planet Is This?

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Track List: Heliocentric Worlds 1&2

1. Heliocentric

2. Outer Nothingness

3. Other Worlds

4. The Cosmos

5. Of Heavenly Things

6. Nebulae

7. Dancing In The Sun

8. The Sun Myth

9. A House Of Beauty

10. Cosmic Chaos

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Track List: Heliocentric Worlds Vol. 3

1. Intercosmosis

2. Mythology Metamorphosis

3. Heliocentric Worlds

4. World Worlds

5. Interplanetary Travelers

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Track List: Standards

1. Can This Be Love

2. Sometimes I'm Happy

3. Time After Time

4. Easy To Love

5. Sunnysude Up

6. But Not For Me

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Track List: Cosmic Tones For Mental Therapy & Art Forms Of Dimensions Tomorrow

4. Moon Dance

5. Voice Of Space

8. Solar Drums

9. The Outer Heavens

11. Lights On A Satellite

12. Kosmos In Blue

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Track List: Planet Earth / Low Ways

1. Reflections In Blue

3. El Viktor

4. Saturn

7. Overtones Of China

8. Onward

9. Somewhere In Space

10. Interplanetary Music

11. Interstellar Low Ways

12. Space Loneliness

13. Space Aura

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Track List: Live in London

1. Frisco Fog

2. Shadow World

3. For The Blue People

4. Prelude To A Kiss

5. Down Here On The Ground

6. Blue Delight

7. Cosmos Song

8. Space Chants (A Medley)

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Track List: Blue Delight

1. Blue Delight

2. Out Of Nowhere

3. Sunrise

4. They Dwell On Other Planes

5. Gone With The Wind

6. Your Guest Is As Good As Mine

7. Nashira

8. Days Of Wine And Roses

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Track List: Meets Salah Ragab In Egypt

1. Egypt Strut

2. Dawn

3. Watusa

4. Ramadan

5. Oriental Mood

6. A Farewell Theme

7. Music For Angela Davis

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Track List: Nuclear War

3. Drop Me Off In Harlem

4. Sometimes I'm Happy

5. Celestial Love

6. Blue Intensity

7. Nameless One, No. 2

8. Smile

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Track List: Sleeping Beauty

1. Springtime Again

2. Door Of The Cosmos

3. Sleeping Beauty

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Track List: On Jupiter

1. On Jupiter

2. Ufo

3. Seductive Fantasy

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Track List: Lanquidity

2. Where The Pathways Meet

5. There Are Other Worlds (They Have Not Told You Of)

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Track List: Media Dreams (Live)

Disc 1

1. Saturn Research (Live)

2. Constellation (Live)

3. Yera Of The Sun (Live)

4. Media Dreams (Live)

5. Twigs At Twilight (Live)

6. An Unbeknowneth Love (Live)

Disc 2

1. Friendly Galaxy (Live)

2. An Unbeknowneth Love (Live)

3. Of Other Tomorrows Never Known (Live)

4. Images (Live)

5. The Truth About Planet Earth (Live)

6. Space Is The Place (Live)

7. The Shadow World (Live 1978)

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Track List: Disco 3000

1. Disco 3000

2. Third Planet Incl, Friendly Galaxy

3. Sun Of The Cosmos

4. Dance Of The Cosmo Aliens

5. Echoes Of The World

6. Spontaneous Simplicity

7. Geminiology

8. Images Incl, Over The Rainbow

9. Sky Blues

10. The Sky Is A Sea Of Darkness When There Is No Sun

11. Friendly Galaxy

12. We Travel The Spaceways

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Track List: Space Is The Place

1. Space Is The Place

2. Images

3. Discipline

4. Sea Of Sounds

5. Rocket Number Nine

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Track List: Featuring Pharoah Sanders & Black Harold

1. Cosmic Interpretation

2. The Other World

3. The Second Stop Is Jupiter

4. The Now Tomorrow

5. Discipline 9

6. Gods On A Safari

7. The World Shadow

8. Rocket #9

9. The Voice Of Pan

10. Dawn Over Israel

11. Space Mates

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Track List: Outer Spaceways Incorporated

1. Somewhere There

2. Outer Spaceways Incorporated

3. Intergalactic Motion

4. Saturn (1990)

5. Song Of The Sparer

6. Spontaneous Simplicity

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Track List: Nothing Is . . .

1. Sun Ra And His Band From Outer Space

3. Theme Of The Stargazers

4. Outer Spaceways Incorporated

7. Imagination

9. Exotic Forest

10. Velvet

11. Outer Nothingness

12. We Travel The Spaceways

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Track List: Secrets Of The Sun

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Track List: Jazz In Silhouette

1. Enlightment

2. Saturn

3. Velvet

4. Ancient Aiethopia

5. Hours After

7. Images

8. Blues At Midnight

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Track List: Sound Of Joy

1. El Is A Sound Of Joy

2. Overtones Of China

3. Two Tones

4. Paradise

5. Planet Earth

6. Ankh

7. Saturn

8. Reflections In Blue

9. El Viktor

10. As You Once Were

11. Dreams Come True

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Track List: Plutonian Nights (Single)

3. Plutonian Nights

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Sun Ra still ahead of his time!
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Hip, hip... whoRAy!
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Don't forget the great John Gilmore, blowin in from Chicago
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Rocket ship taking off for planet 9. Get your head straight.
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Unique musician definitely stood out from the rest. I'm glad I stumble upon is music recently. Really original and I dig the sci-fi themes
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darkstarr197 1
SUN RA i can dig it. Really cool jazz plane.
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'Nuclear War' was/is his masterpiece.
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teedub95464
Took some friends to see Ra & The Arkestra in SF. They didn't speak to me for weeks.
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lon.kaiser
Met him right before he died.
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Great chillin' for me since 2001
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A true musical genius. Stumbled across his music 3 years ago and haven't played anything else since. I ran across Ronnie Boykins and Gilmore before Sun Ra - Go figure. Always been a big Archie Shepp fan. Happy to see Shepp in various videos with Sun Ra and the Sun Ra documentary.

I'm far from listening to the majority of his work, but so far, my top three Sun Ra songs are Restropect, Friend and Friendship and Moon Dance.

What's yours?
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What planet is this?
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STARCHILD HERE!
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Amazing innovator!
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Just takes ya away somewhere new and enlightening .
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God
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trentonmasse y _ a s p
Scott Yanow(writer of bio) = blowhard.... . . . . A s t r o Black.....AS T R O BLACK!!!!
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PEOPLE DID NOT GET SUN RA HE WAS WAY OUT THERE
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HE WAS BEFOR HIS TIME
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65.5mustang6 5 . 5
Took a class from him @UCBerkeley in 1971. This was the most prepared teacher I ever had & by far the most spectacular class I ever attended. Ra lectured on the nature of man, Egypt, spirit & music, then he wld play & the whole arkestra wld march around this little classroom playing too--Gilmore , Allen, Tyson. Just like their concerts, class wld end w/ Ra performing solo at the sythesizer while the rest of the players sold albums to the few students & many non-students who attended weekly. F
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eagrant21
Arguably the most far ranging and disciplined musicians ever to appear on this planet. Some of Arkestra's members remain giants who are still largely unknown to many who consider themselves jazz aficionados. Many have successfully scared away by labels
a mm do dismissed as nut. Unfortunatel y they never looked into the body of esoteric scholarship that lay behind what appear to be outlandish statements. I am blessed to have been a friend of he and the Arkestra's members for over 23 years.
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He wa be for his time
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saw him at the blue moon in seattle,late 80's...very small venue, they were not more than 25 ft. away from me, and the sax player ended up sitting with me at my table right up front,off and on the whole evening..... g o t first-hand insight into what is NOT just a gig.....salu t a t i o n s to the cosmic visionary One!!
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I love Sun Ra. Saw him in Detroit at Alvins near Wayne State. Space was the place that evening, he was AWESOME!!! RIP MY SPACE TRAVELER. Got turned on to him by a boyfriend. That was one good thing about that relationship . l o l
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Pre George Clinton.... got my Boots on.
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Sun Ra. Genius!
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just is
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Saw SunRa play at The Morris estate in West Philly 1976
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jeanjacque2
introduced to his work by some heads in college, but I was clearly not ready for it back then. plan to explore it now. thanks Pandora!
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dmerrill252
Sun Ra did a Halloween concert at a church on 48th & Baltimore in Philly. He had images of ghost flying around the pulpit with his trademark lighting rod hat on. The music and atmosphere was insanely mystical. Had a wonderful experience.

DM
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angelo.pasto r m e r l o
Saw him live only once. He actually participated in a Greenwich Village Halloween Parade in the late 1970s/early 1980s when it used to start in WestBeth and end up in Washington Square Park. So it was a wandering Sun Ra Arkestra of probably upwards of ten people.
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COSMIC...... . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Had the pleasure of hearing the Ether Arkestra perform in NYC in 1995 after Sun Ra had passed away. They still sounded amazing, but I would love to have heard them while he was still alive...
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Space is the place!
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bfotsch456
Will listen to his other stuff, as this intrigued me
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what do you do when you know that you know that you know that you're wrong????
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Definitely influenced Zappa! not vice versa.
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WHERE the hell is SUN SONG???????? ? ? ?
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There seems to be a lot of important albums that Pandora does NOT have.
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2nd rate ? not in terms of originality- h i s muscians were first rate and his originality has never been surpassed.sa w him in the seventies-at mary jane's in sacramento,c a . t h i s guy in this egyptian gear playing crazed organ as his sidemen went up and down the aisles showing paintings by sun ra...
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Reminds me of Zappa a bit, with the kind of improvisatio n . Maybe it's just me, but one or the other may have been influnced by the other.
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In the 70's I saw Sun Ra at the Candlelight Lounge in Trenton, NJ.
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Musically says a lot, yet uses few words, The benchmark of a true genius.
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ambrosewrite r
true genius, absolutely insane, but genius... he's my favorite jazz musician, and a great addition to any ambient station
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get the hell out of here. second rate? hell nah. and in Egyptian religion its both sun ra and sun re.
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second rate
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dbgoren
this guy is great but it is sun re not sun ra be correct to the eygypian myths cool guy tho
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totaly out there. way to go, take music and kick it in the face, Ra!
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The legacy of Sun Ra was presented to me by a guy named David Dilworth...l i s t e n i n g to all the elements in Sun Ra's arranegement s , you enter into a folkloric space of modern invention so that you feel connected and disconnected at the same time. Anyway, thats my feeling...co o l material
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Trivia item: Pat Patrick is the father of Massachusett s governor Deval Patrick.
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