The Futuristic Sounds of Sun Ra is an album by the American jazz musician Sun Ra and his Arkestra, recorded October 10, 1961 for the Savoy label. The album was produced by Tom Wilson, who would later become famous for producing albums by the Velvet Underground, Frank Zappa and Bob Dylan. The first record to be recorded by a pared-down Arkestra after Sun Ra and the core of his group left Chicago and relocated to New York City.
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The Futuristic Sounds of Sun Ra - Sun Ra and His Arkestra.
Sun Ra's only release for the Savoy label is a gem. Recorded in October of 1961, this is probably the first recording the Arkestra made after arriving in New York.
Listen free to Sun Ra – The Futuristic Sounds Of Sun Ra (Bassism, Of Sounds And Something Else and more). Sun Ra's only release for the Savoy label is a gem.
Sun Ra's only release for the Savoy label is a ge. .This is one to play for the mistaken folks who think the Arkestra did nothing but make noise.
When Sun Comes Out is an album by the American Jazz musician Sun Ra and his Myth Science Arkestra. The album was originally released on Ra's own record label, Saturn, in 1963, and was the fifth album by the Arkestra to be put out, after Jazz by Sun Ra (1957), Super-Sonic Jazz (also 1957), Jazz in Silhouette (1959) and The Futuristic Sounds of Sun Ra (1961).
Tracklist Hide Credits
|2||Of Wounds And Something Else|
|4||Where Is Tomorrow?|
Vocals – Ricky MurrayWritten-By – H. Adamson*, V. Young*
|8||Tapestry From An Asteroid|
|11||Space Jazz Reverie|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Nippon Columbia Co., Ltd.
- Made By – Denon Records
- Recorded At – Medallion Studio
- Alto Saxophone, Woodwind [Morrow], Flute – Marshall Allen
- Baritone Saxophone – Pat Patrick
- Bass – Ronnie Boykins
- Congas – Leah Ananda
- Cover – Harvey
- Drums – Willie Jones
- Engineer – Paul Cady
- Euphonium, Trombone – Bernard McKinney
- Piano – Sun Ra
- Producer [Album Preparation] – H. Lubinsky*
- Supervised By, Liner Notes – Tom Wilson
- Tenor Saxophone, Bass Clarinet – John Gilmore
- Written-By – Sun Ra (tracks: 1 to 5, 7 to 11)
NotesRecorded at Medallion Studio, Newark, New Jersey. October 10, 1961.
Originally issued on LP in 1962 : Savoy MG-12169
Track 2 is misspelled as "Of WOUNDS [sic] And Something Else" on the tray insert and CD.
The booklet has a reproduction of the original "Savoy" back cover by Nippon Columbia Co. Ltd. Japan, which has the correct spelling ("SOUNDS", not "WOUNDS"). This reproduction also shows that Tracks 3 & 4 each end with "?".
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Printed): 0 81757 02132 6
- Barcode (Scanned): 081757021326
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L432
- Mould SID Code (inner ring): IFPI 7456
- Matrix / Runout (outer ring): SV213
- Matrix / Runout (outer ring): 3/98 1DA5
- Label Code: LC 0337
- SPARS Code: AAD
|MG-12169||Sun Ra||The Futuristic Sounds Of Sun Ra (LP, Album, Mono)||Savoy Records||MG-12169||US||1962|
|COCB-53958, MG 12169||Sun Ra||The Futuristic Sounds Of Sun Ra (CD, Album, RE)||Columbia, Savoy Jazz||COCB-53958, MG 12169||Japan||2010|
|BYG 529 111, 529.111||Sun Ra||The Futuristic Sounds Of Sun Ra (LP, Album, RE)||BYG Records, BYG Records||BYG 529 111, 529.111||France||1969|
|POPPYLP022||Sun Ra||The Futuristic Sounds Of Sun Ra (LP, Album, RE)||Poppydisc||POPPYLP022||UK||2013|
|SJL 1141||Sun Ra||We Are In The Future (LP, Album, RE)||Savoy Jazz||SJL 1141||US||1984|