Sun Ra Secrets

The Sound Projector Radio Show 14th August 2009

  1. Sun Ra And His Solar Arkestra, ‘UFO’ (1979)
    From On Jupiter, UK ART YARD ARTYARD LP004 (2005)
  2. Sun Ra and His Solar Arkestra, ‘Solar Differentials’ (1962)
    From Secrets Of The Sun, original issue SATURN LP 208 (1965)
  3. Sun Ra And His Astro Infinity Arkestra, ‘Enlightenment’
    From Sound Sun Pleasure!!, original issue SATURN 512
  4. Sun Ra and His Outer Space Arkestra, ‘Retrospect’
    From A Fireside Chat with Lucifer, original issue SATURN GEMINI 1984SG-9 (1982)
  5. Sun Ra And His Intergalactic Astro-Solar Infinity Arkestra, ‘Sun Earth Rock’
    From Night of the Purple Moon, original issue SATURN RESEARCH LP522 (1970)
  6. Sun Ra and His Intergalactic Research Arkestra, ‘Spontaneous Simplicity’
    From Live at the Gibus, original issue ATLANTIC 45040 LP (1973)
  7. Sun Ra & His Solar-Myth Arkestra, ‘Spectrum’
    From The Solar-Myth Approach Vol 1, original issue BYG RECORDS 529.340 LP
  8. Sun Ra and His Intergalactic Research Arkestra, ‘Friendly Galaxy’ (1970)
    From Black Myth, MOTOR MUSIC 557 656-2 2 x CD (1998)
  9. Sun Ra, ‘Celestial Road’
    From Strange Celestial Road, UK Y RECORDS Y19 LP (1980)
  10. Sun Ra, ‘There is Change in the Air’
    From The Antique Blacks, original issue SATURN 81774 (1974)
  11. Sun Ra and His Arkestra, ‘Spontaneous Simplicity’
    From Pictures of Infinity, ITALY BLACK LION BLP 30102 LP (1971)
  12. Sun Ra, ‘Space Shuttle (Ra to the Rescue chapter 2)’
    From When Spaceships Appear, original issue SATURN 101485 LP (1985)
  13. Sun Ra, ‘Omniscience’
    From Aurora Borealis, original issue SATURN 10480 LP (1981)
  14. Sun Ra and His Intergalactic Research Arkestra, ‘Space Chants Medley’ (1970)
    From Out In Space, MOTOR MUSIC 557 656-2 2 x CD (1998)
  15. Sun Ra and His Astro-Infinity Arkestra, ‘Intergalactic Research’ (1968)
    From Continuation, original issue SATURN LP 520 (1970)

One comment

  1. FANTASTIC SHOW… I loved all selections (most of them are among my favourite Ra reissues), but mostly the ultra rare original Saturn vinyls still missing on official compact discs: great Job, Ed!

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