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At Night - Sun Ra And His Arkestra* - Strange Worlds In My Mind (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  • Mirisar
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    Mar 14, - Long live Sun Ra, leader of the Solar Myth Arkestra, Traveller of Space Waves, Master of Heliocentric Worlds and father of Afrofuturism. See more ideas about Afrofuturism, Sun, Album covers pins.
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    Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Sun Ra And His Intergalactic Infinity Arkestra* - The Night Of The Purple Moon at Discogs. Complete your Sun Ra And His Intergalactic Infinity Arkestra* collection/5().
  • Tojagal
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    sun ra photo by spencer weston art direction and design by susan marsh and richard maurer courtesy of rounder records. sun ra. and his arkestra. the solar arkestra. the solar myth arkestra. the myth science arkestra. the intergalactic research arkestra. the astro infinity arkestra. the blue universe arkestra. the intergalactic cosmo arkestra.
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  • Nikosida
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    Recorded in and , the music is perhaps the most experimental in the vast discography of Sun Ra. The Arkestra plays stringed instruments - kotos, banjos, ukuleles, koras - with no prior rehearsals. Worlds Approaching is a true ambiance of noise, while a dense soundscape is built upon in Strange Strings and Strange Strange/5(7).
  • JoJole
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    Within Sun Ra’s vast-as-outer-space discography, the album that orbits the furthest away from the known jazz universe is Strange voselmeyvermadulwaitheobosirinont.coinfog it a “study in ignorance,” Ra directed his Arkestra stalwarts to pick up unusual stringed instruments and homemade percussion with which they had little familiarity, and improvise without any guidelines or direction; the resulting record is one.
  • Faezuru
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    Secrets of the Sun consists of sessions recorded by drummer Tommy "Bugs" Hunter in at the Choreographer's Workshop in New York City, the Arkestra's regular rehearsal studio. Since they had only recently moved to New York (some decided to stay in Chicago), these are small-group Arkestra recordings. This is an interesting transitional album because you can still hear echoes of the Chicago.
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