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8 thoughts on “ Sun Ra* - Duke Ellington’s Sound Of Space

  1. I used to go see Sun Ra fairly regularly in the mid to late s, and I have to say that in spite of all the theatrics, sequins and space mumbo-jumbo, he was a fantastic bandleader, by far the best I've ever seen (I never saw Ellington or Mingus).
  2. Buy Blutopia: Visions of the Future and Revisions of the Past in the Work of Sun Ra, Duke Ellington, and Anthony Braxton by Graham Lock (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible indie.cohuginnmetilarfordredora.infoinfo: Graham Lock.
  3. Apr 25,  · The double album - back in a period when such releases were all the rage - features the 15 piece Intergalactic Cosmo Arkestra and has 14 selections that were familiar to fans, such as On Sound Infinity Spheres, El is the Sound of Joy, We Travel the Spaceways and Take the "A" Train, Sun Ra's salute to Duke Ellington/5(7).
  4. (The one-sided LP Church Organ documents Sun Ra's first solo homemade recording). The influence of Duke Ellington (that would remain throughout his career) and Thelonious Monk were the only discernible links to the rest of the human race.
  5. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Duke Ellington's Sound of Space - Sun Ra on AllMusic. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Duke Ellington's Sound of Space - Sun Ra on AllMusic.
  6. Eugene Wright And His Dukes Of Swing, Sun Ra Quartet, Sun Ra Sextet, Sun Ra Trio, The Cosmic Rays, The Lintels, The Nu Sounds, The Qualities, The Sensational Guitars Of Dan & Dale, The Sun Ra All Stars, The Sun Ra Arkestra, The Sunny Blount Trio, Walt Dickerson Quartet.
  7. Jan 09,  · During the s and ’80s Sun Ra’s Arkestra made increasing use of earlier compositions of his own and of composers such as Henderson, Duke Ellington, and Thelonious Monk. He and his music are featured in the films The Cry of Jazz (), Space Is the Place (), and Sun Ra.
  8. "Take the 'A' Train" was composed in , after Ellington offered Strayhorn a job in his organization and gave him money to travel from Pittsburgh to New York City. Ellington wrote directions for Strayhorn to get to his house by subway, directions that began, "Take the A Train". Strayhorn was a great fan of Fletcher Henderson's indie.cohuginnmetilarfordredora.infoinfoer(s): Billy Strayhorn.

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