LOST ARK SERIES VOL 1 & 2 by SUN RA AND HIS MYTH SCIENCE SOLAR ARKESTRA

SKU97332
ArtistSUN RA AND HIS MYTH SCIENCE SOLAR ARKESTRA
TitleLOST ARK SERIES VOL 1 & 2
LabelART YARD
Catalog #ARTYARD-102EP-TRIP
Genre
ReleaseWeek 37 - 2017
FormatVinyl - EUDO10'
EAN Barcode3481575032721
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Tracks

  1. Alone Came Ra
    https://global.vellancecdn.com/rushhour/files/tracks/l/97332_lost_ark_series_vol_1_2/1_alone_came_ra.mp3
  2. The Sky Is s Sea of Darkness When There is No Sun To Light The Way
    https://global.vellancecdn.com/rushhour/files/tracks/l/97332_lost_ark_series_vol_1_2/2_the_sky_is_s_sea_of_darkness_when_there_is_no_sun_to_light_the_way.mp3
  3. We Travel The Spaceways
    https://global.vellancecdn.com/rushhour/files/tracks/l/97332_lost_ark_series_vol_1_2/3_we_travel_the_spaceways.mp3
  4. Love is for Always
    https://global.vellancecdn.com/rushhour/files/tracks/l/97332_lost_ark_series_vol_1_2/4_love_is_for_always.mp3
  5. The World of Africa
    https://global.vellancecdn.com/rushhour/files/tracks/l/97332_lost_ark_series_vol_1_2/5_the_world_of_africa.mp3
  6. Space is the Place, We Roam the Cosmos
    https://global.vellancecdn.com/rushhour/files/tracks/l/97332_lost_ark_series_vol_1_2/6_space_is_the_place_we_roam_the_cosmos.mp3

Description

Hidden fire from the Ra archives! A double 10” set featuring Sun Ra recordings from the outer limits and the underground. Initially released on2 seperate 10"s back in 2010/13 respectively and both quickly became collectors items. Don't miss them this time around...TIP!

Volume 1 features ‘Along Came Ra’, was a previously unissued live track recorded in Paris in 1983. With June Tyson in full voice, the Arkestra announce Sun Ra’s arrival on a sleeping planet.

The flip features two previously unreleased cuts from the legendary Disco 3000 concert tapes, a mind-blowing quartet session that releases the full power of Sun Ra’s Crumar Mainman synth. Volume 2 lifts three fine selections from the ultra-deep Sub-Underground series of Saturn LPs. The transcendent ballad ‘Love Is For Always’ and the driving, rootsy ‘The World of Africa’ come from 1974’s Live at Temple U; while the myth-science poetics of ‘Space is The Place/We Roam The Cosmos’ is beamed down to earth from the 1975 What’s New set.