Sun Ra and the Arkestra recorded a song on the album Lanquidity called There Are Other Worlds (they have not told you of). I grew up thinking the work-a-day world, the world in which every day you get up and head to work,insert yourself into… Read More
A taste of Sun Ra and his Arkestra from the 70s…
Let’s go Walking on the Moon (with Sun Ra and the Arkestra featuring June Tyson).
This blog is interrupted by a brief message from Saturn….
With all the wacky crap in the news lately, including outrageous comments by the CEO of United Airlines and 45’s press guy, it occurred to me that Sun Ra was right. There really are other worlds they have not told you of.
Space is the Place. Time for a dose of the Arkestra.
I’m tired and mentally exhausted and I’m going to bed. Tomorrow I’m taking part in an Ontario Municipal Board hearing – sometime down the road I’ll tell you all about it. Suffice it to say I came home from work today and started right into… Read More
Sometimes, when I witness the world and it’s most bizarre, I shake my head and say, “There are worlds they have not told you of.” I never really thought about where that phrase came from or where I first heard it. And then one day… Read More
For today’s Daily Dose, I’m taking to the spacewaves. We’re talking Saturn, people. Second stop is Jupiter. Space is the Place. Here’s Sun Ra and the Arkestra: I had the good fortune to catch a show by these guys in NYC in the early 80s.… Read More
The Sun Ra version of Zip A Dee Doo Dah is stuck on my brain. It will soon be stuck on yours too. Enjoy. This is from an album I’m really fond of called Second Star to the Right by Sun Ra and his Intergalaxtic… Read More