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Sunday, December 03, 2006


SUN RA & His ARKESTRA : STRANGE CELESTIAL ROAD (1979)

Big Band from Outer Space

Sun Ra : Electric Piano,Organ,Synth,Celesta
Michael Ray : Trumpet
Curt Pulliam : Trumpet
Walter Miller : Trumpet
Craig Harris : Trombone
Tony Bethel : Trombone
Vincent Chancey : French Horn
Marshall Allen : Alto Saxophone,Flute
John Gilmore : Tenor Saxophone,Percussions
James Jackson : Flute,Bassoon,Percussions
Eloe Omoe : Baritone Clarinet,Flute
Danny Ray Thompson : Baritone Saxophone,Flute
Kenny Williams : Tenor & Baritone Saxophone,Flute
Noel Scott : Alto & Baritone Saxophone
Hutch Jones : Alto & Tenor Saxophone
Sylvester Baton : Reeds
Skeeter McFarland : Electric Guitar
Taylor Richardson : Electric Guitar
Steve Clark : Electric Bass
Richard Williams : Bass
Harry Wilson : Vibraphone
Damon Choice : Vibraphone
Luqman Ali : Drums
Reg McDonald : Drums
Atakatune : Percussions
June Tyson : Vocals
Rhoda Blount : Vocals

Variety Recording Studio, New York, 1979.

Here's the Deal :
http://rapidshare.com/files/5902753/Strange_Celestial_Road.rar.html
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6 Comments:

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6:38 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

2 a pound for a brown:
thanks a lot for this and all the great shares so far!!!!!

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1:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

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8:43 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sun Ra is God

4:49 PM  
Anonymous Guilherme said...

Thanks for the album. I'm new to Sun ra, and i hope i like it.

11:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I was grateful to see Ra and the Arkestra twice in the mid/late '80s or so; eventually I'll re-locate the recordings I made of those shows (both in Michigan). I was a guest on a multi-day Ra retrospective on WDET-FM that aired several months before he went to the next dimension. You and others might search online to try to find the show, or pieces of it--it included live in-studio musician interviews, extremely rare releases, and all sorts of Ra stuff, hours of it.

8:59 PM  

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