Sun Song, Supersonic Jazz, Sounf of Joy, Jazz in Silhouette, Sound Sun Pleasure

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Robert L. Campbell
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Sun Song, Supersonic Jazz, Sounf of Joy, Jazz in Silhouette, Sound Sun Pleasure

Ihor,

(1) Sun Song is all from one session, in July 1956.

(2) Supersonic Jazz comes from three sessions, in February, April, and September or October 1956.

(3) Sound of Joy is from one session, in November 1956.

(4) Jazz in Silhouette and Sound Sun Pleasure!! are both from a single session, in March 1959.

More of the February 1956 session takes up one side of Angels and Demons at Play.  Still other items have dribbled out over time (such as the version of "Velvet" on Michael Anderson's collection).

Some material from the April 1956 is probably still unissued; some items from July 1956 are still unissued; same goes for Sept./Oct. 1956.

More from the November 1956 session is on the Delmark CD.  A version of "Eve" that appeared on Visits Planet Earth is probably also from November 1956. (I'll be taking this up in my next post about the Transparency collection.)

The first "Interstellar Low Ways" is from March 1959.  The first "Akhnaton," also from that session, is still unissued.

Robert Campbell


Robert L Campbell
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Editor, New Ideas in Psychology
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Tue, 2012-03-13 13:06
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Sun Song, Supersonic Jazz, Sounf of Joy, Jazz in Silhouette, Sou

thanks for the dates, robert! and to sam for the reminder that there
is info online. so i definitely have some homework to do.

listening to those, what struck me was how consistent the 'sun ra sound' was.

I-) ihor
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Sun, 2012-03-18 04:46
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Esquire article


This is something I came across by accident: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Knights_of_Pythias & Sun Ra is listed as a Notable Pythian Knight.
I was actually looking for an article that ran in Esquire 35/40 years ago about Ra & if I remember right someone was quoted as saying he no longer needed his psychiatrist after attending an Arkestra concert. Does anyone know where that article can be found on line or where I can get a copy?
 


From: Robert L Campbell <campber@clemson.edu>
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Sent: Tuesday, March 13, 2012 8:54 AM
Subject: [ Saturn ] Sun Song, Supersonic Jazz, Sounf of Joy, Jazz in Silhouette, Sound Sun Pleasure


Ihor,

(1) Sun Song is all from one session, in July 1956.

(2) Supersonic Jazz comes from three sessions, in February, April, and September or October 1956.

(3) Sound of Joy is from one session, in November 1956.

(4) Jazz in Silhouette and Sound Sun Pleasure!! are both from a single session, in March 1959.

More of the February 1956 session takes up one side of Angels and Demons at Play.  Still other items have dribbled out over time (such as the version of "Velvet" on Michael Anderson's collection).

Some material from the April 1956 is probably still unissued; some items from July 1956 are still unissued; same goes for Sept./Oct. 1956.

More from the November 1956 session is on the Delmark CD.  A version
of "Eve" that appeared on Visits Planet Earth is probably also from November 1956. (I'll be taking this up in my next post about the Transparency collection.)

The first "Interstellar Low Ways" is from March 1959.  The first "Akhnaton," also from that session, is still unissued.

Robert Campbell

Robert L Campbell
Professor, Psychology
Editor, New Ideas in Psychology
Webmaster, Red Saunders Research Foundation
www.robertlcampbell.com
campber@clemson.edu



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Sun, 2012-03-18 04:46 (Reply to #3)
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Esquire article

http://www.esquire.com/features/neil-armstrong-quote-0769#slide-14

Reality has touched against myth / Humanity can move to achieve the
impossible / Because when you've achieved one impossible the others /
Come together to be with their brother, the first impossible /
Borrowed from the rim of the myth / Happy Space Age To You....

- Sun Ra

On Fri, Mar 16, 2012 at 11:26 PM, lee santa wrote:
> This is something I came across by accident:
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Knights_of_Pythias & Sun Ra is listed as a
> Notable Pythian Knight.
> I was actually looking for an article that ran in Esquire 35/40 years ago
> about Ra & if I remember right someone was quoted as saying he no longer
> needed his psychiatrist after attending an Arkestra
> concert. Does anyone know where that article can be found on line or where I
> can get a copy?
>
> http://lee-santa.artistwebsites.com
> From: Robert L Campbell
> To: saturn@outerspaceways.info
> Sent: Tuesday, March 13, 2012 8:54 AM
> Subject: [ Saturn ] Sun Song, Supersonic Jazz, Sounf of Joy, Jazz in
> Silhouette, Sound Sun Pleasure
>
> Ihor,
>
> (1) Sun Song is all from one session, in July 1956.
>
> (2) Supersonic Jazz comes from three sessions, in February, April, and
> September or October 1956.
>
> (3) Sound of Joy is from one session, in November 1956.
>
> (4) Jazz in Silhouette and Sound Sun Pleasure!! are both from a single
> session, in March 1959.
>
> More of the February 1956 session takes up one side of Angels and Demons at
> Play.  Still other items have dribbled out over time (such as the version of
> "Velvet" on Michael Anderson's collection).
>
> Some material from the April 1956 is probably still unissued; some items
> from July 1956 are still unissued; same goes for Sept./Oct. 1956.
>
> More from the November 1956 session is on the Delmark CD.  A version of
> "Eve" that appeared on Visits Planet Earth is probably also from November
> 1956. (I'll be taking this up in my next post about the Transparency
> collection.)
>
> The first "Interstellar Low Ways" is from March 1959.  The first "Akhnaton,"
> also from that session, is still unissued.
>
> Robert Campbell
>
> Robert L Campbell
> Professor, Psychology
> Editor, New Ideas in Psychology
> Webmaster, Red Saunders Research Foundation
> www.robertlcampbell.com
> campber@clemson.edu
>
>
>
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