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Lukumi People I was reintroduced to Sun Ra by one of my yoga students. I am a DJ, Spiritual Guide, Yoga Teacher, Usui/Tibetan Reiki Master Teacher, as well as a Broadcast Radio Programmer. I was guidi g my yoga student through a class with music playing in the background when, "When There Is No Sun, " came on. which was fitting as it was a cloudy overcast day. The song was moving and touched my soul. a few months after I found the song and letter the album on Bandcamp.com. I been featuring songs from the album on my weekly radio show as well as my DJ gigs. Give love and much thanks. Favorite track: When There Is No Sun.
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Moon People 07:44
Sun Steps 11:30
The Horo 15:20


Recorded in Rome, Italy, January 1978, featuring the quartet of Sun Ra (keyboards, vocals); Michael Ray trumpet, vocals); John Gilmore (tenor sax, timbales, vocal); and Luqman Ali (drums, vocals). No bassist. The tracks were issued on a double LP in '78.

According to notes in The Earthly Recordings of Sun Ra (by Robert L. Campbell and Christopher Trent), "Sun Ra frequently used his Crumar keyboard to program repeated lines and 'drum' sequences throughout the January 1978 sessions in Italy." These sessions also produced a companion double album, "Other Voices, Other Blues," with the identical personnel.


released April 1, 2014

2014, Enterplanetary Koncepts
All tracks produced by Sun Ra
All titles composed by Sun Ra © Enterplanetary Koncepts (BMI)
except "My Favorite Things" (Rodgers & Hammerstein)
Issued under license from Sun Ra LLC
Cover design by Irwin Chusid


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The foremost figure in musical Afro-futurism and space-jazz. Keyboardist, composer, Arkestra leader, arranger, philosopher-jester, fashion icon, cosmic guide. Born Herman Blount in Alabama, 1914, left the planet in 1993, giving Earthlings a monumental catalog of recordings that transcend genre. ... more

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