|1||The Sun Myth||17:20|
|2||A House Of Beauty||5:10|
Recorded on November 16, 1965 at RLA Sound Studios New York City.
The original pressing (this) notes the "156 Fifth Avenue" address on the back cover. There is also a repress which notes "300 W. 55 Street" as the address.
upside down back cover. inverted labels.
white on black the sun myth (other side)
ra photo on B runout
The Heliocentric Worlds of Sun Ra, Volume Two is a 1965 recording by the jazz musician Sun Ra and his Solar Arkestra. Where Volume One of the Heliocentric Worlds series had predominantly featured short abstract pieces, Volume Two features longer pieces performed by a smaller group, making it closer in spirit to the contemporaneous The Magic City, released on Ra's own Saturn label. The record has been widely bootlegged, some versions of which were retitled The Sun Myth. The Heliocentric Worlds of Sun Ra, vols. 1-3 - Sun Ra. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Personnel: Sun Ra: piano, bass marimba, celeste, tympani Chris Capers: trumpet Teddy Nance: trombone Bernard Pettaway: bass trombone Marshall Allen: alto sax, piccolo, percussion Danny Davis: alto sax, flute John Gilmore: tenor sax, percussion Pat Patrick: baritone sax, percussion Robert Cummings: bass clarinet, percussion Ronnie Boykins: bass Roger Blank: drums, percussion Jimhmi Jimmy Johnson: percussion. If you like The Heliocentric Worlds of Sun Ra, Vol. 2, you may also like: Attica Blues Big Band Live At The Palais Des Glaces by Archie Shepp. featured on Bandcamp Weekly May 26, 2020. 2 in the title insinuates. Sun Ra's work with an ensemble often presents a stated emphasis on the percussive nature of solos as well as within the group context. The underlying freeform anti-structure allows defining contrasts that ultimately establish the progressing sonic sculpture. The Sun Myth showcases Ra's definitive capabilities to guide his assembled musicians from anywhere within said group. Main page. Sun Ra. The Heliocentric Worlds Of Sun Ra, Volume 2. Sun Ra - The Heliocentric Worlds Of Sun Ra, Volume 2 1966. To favorites 1 Download album. Listen album. Free Jazz. Songs in album Sun Ra - The Heliocentric Worlds Of Sun Ra, Volume 2 1966. Sun Ra - The Sun Myth. Sun Ra - A House Of Beauty. Sun Ra - Cosmic Chaos. Total votes: 0. Other albums by Sun Ra. Sun Ra Exotica. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Originally released as two volumes in 1966, with a third volume uncovered in 2005, the landmark sessions recorded by Richard Alderson on April 20 and November 16, 1965 have been hailed as a masterpiece of free jazz. To further delve into the heliocentric worlds of Sun Ra, each enhanced disc in the set contains archival photos, critical writings, and historical videos including the 18- minute documentary Spaceways. The Arkestra did use improvisation as their main compositional tool, but Ra s hand can be glimpsed in the restrained use of such strange sound combinations. The Arkestra is c. Sun Ra And His Solar Arkestra bestography. The Heliocentric Worlds Of Sun Ra, Volume Two is ranked 4th best out of 7 albums by Sun Ra And His Solar Arkestra on . Higher ranked 12,894th This album 21,222nd Lower ranked 30,343rd Secrets Of The SunThe Heliocentric Worlds Of Sun Ra, Volume TwoOther Planes Of There. Upcoming concerts. The Heliocentric World of Sun Ra. Released 1965. The Heliocentric World of Sun Ra Tracklist. Heliocentric Ft. Sun Ra Arkestra Lyrics. Outer Nothingness Ft. Other Worlds Ft. The Cosmos Ft. Of Heavenly Things Ft. Nebulae Ft. Heliocentric Worlds Ft. World Worlds Ft. Interplanetary Travelers Ft. About The Heliocentric World of Sun Ra. The Heliocentric World of Sun Ra Q&A