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Somewhere In Space - Sun Ra And His Solar Arkestra* - Visits Planet Earth / Interstellar Low Ways (CD)

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  1. Akinogal says:
    sun ra: sun ra visits planet earth / interstellar low ways (, cd, usa, evidence ) In an attempt to add some more data to the Sun Ra discography, over at the UM Files, I'd like to present you "Visits Planet Earth / Interstellar Low Ways". The beautiful package actually is a re-release of two early Sun Ra .
  2. Ararg says:
    Interstellar Low Ways is an album recorded by the American jazz musician Sun Ra and his Myth Science Arkestra, mostly recorded in Chicago, , and probably released in on his own Saturn label. Originally titled Rocket Number Nine, the album had acquired its present name, and the red-on-white sleeve by Claude Dangerfield, by
  3. Zolole says:
    Visits Planet Earth, an Album by Sun Ra and His Solar Arkestra. Released in on Saturn (catalog no. LP A/B; Vinyl LP). Genres: Post-Bop. Featured peformers: Sun Ra (piano).
  4. Doutilar says:
    When reissued by Evidence, Interstellar Low Ways was included as the second half of a CD that also featured the whole of Sun Ra and his Solar Arkestra Visits Planet Earth. Contents 1 Marathon.
  5. Kelrajas says:
    May 29,  · Released in but recorded during to , Sun Ra (and his Solar Arkestra) Visits Planet Earth is a jazz album by Sun orhedmacocapartarebrattcoldthrifteg.xyzinfo reissue of the album being the only one I have physically, it contains also the songs of the album Interstellar Low Ways. The CD was ripped in EAC and encoded with LAME in MP3 because of the low bitrate (average of the album is kb/s).
  6. Gabei says:
    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 and , the album was originally released on Ra's own Saturn label in , and has since been reissued on CD by Evidence in In keeping with many Saturn releases, one side features cuts from the arkestra c, whilst the other side comes .
  7. Grolar says:
    Interstellar Low Ways is an album recorded by the American Jazz musician Sun Ra and his Myth Science Arkestra, mostly recorded in Chicago, , and probably released in on his own Saturn label. Originally titled Rocket Number Nine, the album had acquired its present name, and the red-on-white sleeve by Claude Dangerfield, by The album is known particularly for the two songs.
  8. Vizshura says:
    It's full of some of Ra's greatest music--some well known--other tunes less so. But Marshall Allen has put together a seamless set of Sun Ra's music that fans and newcomers should hear. It's full of the wonder that is Sun Ra and his Arkestra at many high points throughout the band's life. The 21st Century is here and so is Ra/5(36).
  9. JoJozahn says:
    There is some disagreement as to Sun Ra's date of birth. Sun Ra himself stated that he "arrived on earth" at any number of ancient dates. The date listed above appeared on Sun Ra's passport, but others place his birth anywhere from to , with most sources supporting a birth year of or

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