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Sun Ra And His Myth Science Arkestra - Song Of The Stargazers album mp3

Performer: Sun Ra And His Myth Science Arkestra
Title: Song Of The Stargazers
Country: Italy
Released: 1979
Style: Avant-garde Jazz
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 568
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Sun Ra And His Myth Science Arkestra ‎– Song Of The Stargazers. Label: El Saturn Records ‎– 6161, El Saturn Records ‎– 487. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. A wonderfully odd record, and one of the most debated in terms of its provenance .

Complete your Sun Ra And His Myth Science Arkestra collection. Sun Ra And His Myth Science Arkestra ‎– Song Of The Stargazers. Part of the debate over this album is whether it's actually Sun Ra & the Arkestra at all. To my ears, it doesn't sound like them. I should note, however, that I've never actually seen the LP; I just have a cassette dub of it (which is suspiciously free of any vinyl noise at all), so take my 2 cents for what it's worth.

Sun Ra and his Myth Science Arkestra. The Futuristic Sounds of Sun Ra (aka We are in the Future). Sun Ra and his Arkestra. Sun Ra And His Astro-Infinity Arkestra. Previously unreleased Impulse! recordings from the Pathways To Unknown Worlds sessions.

Sun Ra And His Myth Science Arkestra – We Travel The Spaceways. Sun Ra and his Intergalactic Myth Science Solar Arkestra – Door of the Cosmos. Sun Ra and his Solar-Myth Arkestra – Realm Of Lightning (The Solar-Myth Approac. :56.

Sun Ra And His Myth Science Arkestra, 1963 - Calling Planet Earth 05:34. Sun Ra And His Myth Science Arkestra, 1963 - The Rain-maker 04:36. Sun Ra And His Myth Science Arkestra, 1963 - We Travel The Spaceways 03:24. Sun Ra And His Myth Science Arkestra, 1963 - Dancing Shadows 05:58. Sun Ra And His Myth Science Arkestra, 1963 - When Sun Comes Out 04:57. Sun Ra And His Myth Science Arkestra, 1963 - Brazilian Sun 03:54. Sun Ra And His Myth Science Arkestra, 1963/67 - Adventure-Equation 08:28. Sun Ra And His Myth Science Arkestra, 1963/66 - The Idea Of It All 07:32  . Sun Ra and His Myth Science Arkestra - Somewhere In Space (1963) 03:01.

The recording features a 1990 concert recording of the Sun Ra Arkestra performing live in London during the brief revival the legendary group experienced during the dawn of the '90s. To say that the performance is your average Sun Ra live recording means a lot when you consider such a unique artist's vision of the musical cosmos. Enigmas like this don't come along every century.

Tracklist

A1 The Others In Their World
A2 Somewhere Out
A3 Distant Stars
A4 Duo
B1 Seven Points
B2 Cosmo Dance
B3 Galactic Synthesis (Song Of The Stargazers)

Companies, etc.

  • Published By – Enterplan

Credits

  • Composed By, Arranged By – Sun Ra

Notes

El Saturn black on white labels with Chicago address.

This copy comes with plain white die-cut sleeve but also copies with printed sleeve exist.

Release date, not indicated, is thought to be recorded late 1960's and 1979.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: BMI
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Label): Sun Club 6161
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Label): 6161 NMY
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout): 6161-487-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout): 6161-487-B

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none Sun Ra And His Myth Science Arkestra* Song Of The Stargazers ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, Num, Unofficial) Comet Meta none Italy Unknown
Reviews (3)
Gralsa
Part of the debate over this album is whether it's actually Sun Ra & the Arkestra at all. To my ears, it doesn't sound like them. I should note, however, that I've never actually seen the LP; I just have a cassette dub of it (which is suspiciously free of any vinyl noise at all), so take my 2 cents for what it's worth.

Beabandis
no doubt, this LP exists. at least 11 persons have it. if your copy is without any vinyl noise, most probaly it is not this LP

Akir
A wonderfully odd record, and one of the most debated in terms of its provenance. It's said (Campbell & Trent) that all copies are "defective" (something about being mastered from only one stereo channel?? It sounds fine to me, no weirder sounding that many other titles in the Ra canon...so who knows...), and I only have a cd copy of a vinyl rip of this album (lossless at least!) and feel lucky to have it. Anyway, it's one of my favorite Saturns (rlc says it may be the last of Ra's "Chicago label" albums, and pointing out that SOTS is aka "the mystery album"). I'm hoping against hope it gets a proper release soon. It's really tasty music, in that special "Moon Stew" Ra way, and well-deserving of preservation and survival. Find a copy if you can, either here (it's on my want list for sure!) or on one of 'those' sites ;-). You'll be glad you did.

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