Sun Ra: Blue York

Sun Ra SKU: 31159968
Sun Ra: Blue York

Sun Ra: Blue York

Sun Ra SKU: 31159968

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Blue York
Artist: Sun Ra
Label: Jeanne Dielman
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 8033706211359
Genre: Jazz

Jeanne Dielman present Blue York, a collection featuring unreleased tracks from Sun Ra's Arkestra from 1963. Herman Poole Blount, better known to the world as Sun Ra, lived more musical lives in his 79 years on this planet (and others) than seems possible. In the '30s he was the most rigorous bandleader in Birmingham, heading the Sonny Blount Orchestra and filling every waking moment with music or philosophical discussions, by the '40s he had moved to Chicago and performed with luminaries such as Wynonie Harris, Fletcher Henderson and Coleman Hawkins. By the '50s he had changed his name to Sun Ra and began performing with longtime Arkestra bandmates John Gilmore and Marshall Allen. By the 1960s, Sun Ra's vision of spiritual free jazz was fully formed. This collection focuses heavily on the masterful tenor saxophone of John Gilmore.

1.1 Blue York
1.2 Meteor Shower
1.3 The Myth
1.4 Infinity
1.5 Conversation of the Universe
1.6 The Beginning of
2.1 Endlessness
2.2 Red Planet Mars
2.3 Cosmic Rays / the Next Stop Mars
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