They scoff at goodness while they ponder with befuddled minds the phantasmagoria of materiality. Space Is the Place (1974) is a feature-length film that stars Sun Ra and his band as themselves. The 96-year-old saxophonist, who began playing with Sun Ra in the late '50s and continued to lead the Arkestra after its namesake's death, discusses the band's first album in more than 20 years. To save money, Sun Ra and his band members lived communally. He grounded his practice of Afrofuturism in a musical tradition of performing blackness that remains relevant today. Her 2013 exhibition "17" "arises out of [her] research into the legacy of Sun Ra, who was himself a student of numerology and achieved a kind of cultural immortality the number 17 might be said to refer to". Sun Ra manifested an ecstatic vision of jazz that is still being unpacked and realized a half-century on. Szwed (1997), p. 219; emphasis in original. The Wisdom of Sun Ra: Sun Ra's Polemical Broadsheets and Streetcorner Leaflets, was published in book form in 2005, by WhiteWalls. He transformed the first floor of his family's home into a conservatory-workshop, where he wrote songs, transcribed recordings, rehearsed with the many musicians who drifted in and out, and discussed Biblical and esoteric concepts with whomever was interested.[17]. According to contrabassist Jiunie Booth, a member of the Arkestra, Sun Ra did not confront any musician whose performance he was unsatisfied with. As a self-invented person, he routinely gave evasive, contradictory or seemingly nonsensical answers to personal questions, and denied his birth name. Abraham was outgoing, well-connected, and practical. Only a few years before his death, the date of Sun Ra's birth was still a mystery. He performed with the locally successful Lil Green band and played bump-and-grind music for months in Calumet City strip clubs. (Strut) The Arkestra’s first album in 20 years is an intoxicating, cosmic tribute to Sun Ra. The most obvious evidence of this system was Ra's practice of renaming many of the musicians who played with him. Bassoonist/multireedist James Jacson had studied Zen Buddhism before joining Sun Ra and identified strong similarities between Zen teachings and practices (particularly Zen koans) and Ra's use of non sequiturs and seemingly absurd replies to questions. 1. I would speak [through music], and the world would listen. In August 1946, Blount earned a lengthy engagement at the Club DeLisa under bandleader and composer Fletcher Henderson. The album consisted primarily of instrumental variations on the Batman Theme and public domain classical music, with an uncredited female vocalist singing the "Robin Theme."[31][32]. Extended Play: Sounding off from John Cage to Dr. Funkenstein. He read books such as George G.M. Szwed says that, "even if this story is revisionist autobiography... Sonny was pulling together several strains of his life. John Bishop, of Video Magazine, stated of the OVC that "the emotional energy of the visuals equals and at times surpasses that of the music. The city was a center of African-American political activism and fringe movements, with Black Muslims, Black Hebrews, and others proselytizing, debating, and printing leaflets or books. In late 1968, Sun Ra and the Arkestra made their first tour of the US West Coast. [9] Szwed suggests that Blount felt shame about it and the condition contributed to his isolation.[9]. Dozens of musicians—perhaps hundreds—passed through Sun Ra's bands over the years. Satellites Are Spinning / Lights on a Satellite 2. Στις 27 Φεβρουαρίου 1984, η Sun Ra Arkestra εμφανίστηκε στο θέατρο Ορφέας της Αθήνας, στο πλαίσιο του φεστιβάλ Praxis. He drew on sources as diverse as the Kabbalah, Rosicrucianism, channeling, numerology, Freemasonry, Ancient Egyptian Mysticism, and Black nationalism. This group printed a number of pamphlets and broadsides explaining their conclusions and ideas. Sun Ra was disciplined and drank only club soda at the gigs, but did not impose his strict code on his musicians. On May 20, 1978, Sun Ra and the Arkestra appeared on the TV show Saturday Night Live. So I play phre music – music of the sun. Recordings and live performances often featured passages for unusual instrumental combinations, and passages of collective playing that incorporated free improvisation. More recently, Don Letts' Sun Ra – Brother from Another Planet (2005) incorporated some of Mugge's material, and includes some additional interviews. Ra would pass away six months later and "return to Saturn". Sun Ra's popularity reached an early peak during this period, as the beat generation and early followers of psychedelia embraced him. This video of Calling Planet Earth is one of those video experiments as is this video of Sunset on the River Nile. When his conscientious objector status was reaffirmed in February 1943, he was escorted to Pennsylvania. Sun Ra Arkestra tour dates and tickets 2021-2022 near you. I landed on a planet that I identified as Saturn... they teleported me and I was down on [a] stage with them. Trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie offered encouragement, once stating, "Keep it up, Sonny, they tried to do the same shit to me,"[29] and pianist Thelonious Monk chided someone who said Sun Ra was "too far out" by responding, "Yeah, but it swings. Hippies accustomed to long-form psychedelia like the Grateful Dead were often bewildered by the Arkestra. Initially focused on 45 rpm singles by Sun Ra and artists related to him, Saturn Records issued two full-length albums during the 1950s: Super-Sonic Jazz (1957) and Jazz In Silhouette (1959). During the 1960s, the Arkestra released landmark albums such as The Heliocentric Worlds of Sun Ra, Vol. Saturn moved into the ascendant in October 2020 when the Sun Ra Arkestra under the direction of alto saxophonist Marshall Allen released its first studio album in over twenty years. [61], Many of Sun Ra's innovations remain important and groundbreaking. Several members of the Arkestra have toured with NRBQ over the years, including Pat Patrick, Marshall Allen, Knoel Scott, Tyrone Hill and Danny Thompson. Sun Ra Quartet - featuring John Gilmore : The Sky Is A Sea Of Darkness When There Is No Sun To Light The Way. Recordings made in Egypt were released as Live in Egypt, Nidhamu, Sun Ra Meets Salah Ragab, Egypt Strut and Horizon.[35][36][37]. [28] During this era, Sun Ra recorded the first of dozens of singles as a band-for-hire backing a range of doo wop and R&B singers; several dozen of these were reissued in a two-CD set, The Singles, by Evidence Records. However, there was a strong influence from post-swing styles like bebop, hard bop, and modal jazz, and touches of the exotic and hints of the experimentalism that dominated his later music. "[45], Seeking to broaden his compositional possibilities, Sun Ra insisted all band members double on various percussion instruments – predating world music by drawing on various ethnic musical forms – and most saxophonists became multireedists, adding instruments such as flutes, oboes, or clarinets to their arsenals. "Brothers From Another Planet." Tam Fiofori, "Sun Ra: Myth, Music & Media". In those days, "Space Is The Place" was the space at Squat. NRBQ recorded "Rocket #9" in 1968 for their debut album on Columbia. "[30], Also in 1966, Sun Ra, with members of the Arkestra and Al Kooper's Blues Project, recorded the album Batman and Robin under the pseudonym, The Sensational Guitars of Dan and Dale. Home in internet of the Sun Ra Arkestra ... El Ra Records . Regularly for the next year and a half (and intermittently for another half-decade afterwards), Sun Ra and company performed at Slug's for audiences that eventually came to include music critics and leading jazz musicians. The second component of the project... is a full-length video that chronicles the urban legends of Sun Ra’s time in Chicago as well as the contemporary artists who live and work in this city". Blount joined a musicians' trade union and toured with Harper's group through the US Southeast and Midwest. In 1978–80 performances, Sun Ra added a large electronic creation, the Outerspace Visual Communicator, which produced images rather than sounds; this was performed at a keyboard by its inventor, Bill Sebastian. Listen with a good pair of headphones. It is often difficult to tell where compositions end and improvisations begin. Untitled Blues 7. Infinity Drum Intro/Discipline 27-II 2. [9][10] His birthday for years remained unknown, as his claims ranged from 1910 to 1918. There are no known recordings of this trio, but a home recording of a Blount-Smith duet from 1953 appears on Sound Sun Pleasure, and one of Sun Ra's final recordings in 1992 was a rare sideman appearance on violinist Billy Bang's Tribute to Stuff Smith. Late in his career, he opened a few concerts for the New York–based rock group Sonic Youth. "[20], In January 1943, Blount wrote to the United States Marshals Service from the Walker County, Alabama jail in Jasper. The collection was assembled by Ra's business manager Alton Abraham and is open to the public upon request. [34] Few students enrolled, but his classes were often full of curious people from the surrounding community. In court, Blount said that alternate service was unacceptable; he debated the judge on points of law and Biblical interpretation. His trip to Saturn allegedly occurred a full decade before flying saucers entered public consciousness with the 1947 encounter of Kenneth Arnold. In addition, he made his mark in the wider cultural context: he proclaimed the African origins of jazz, reaffirmed pride in black history and reasserted the spiritual and mystical dimensions of music, all important factors in the black cultural/political renaissance of the 1960s. They had one little antenna on each ear. He often re-arranged and re-worded Biblical passages (and re-worked many other words, names, or phrases) in an attempt to uncover "hidden" meanings. Instead, he would simply gather the entire Arkestra minus the offending musician, and skip town—leaving the fired musician stranded. 1: Immeasurable Equation was published by Phaelos Books in November 2005. The images are not slaves to the sounds but function the way a dancer does; interpreting, harmonizing, and enlarging the space created by the music." Blount replied, "No, and you never will again. [citation needed]. [42] In 2019, it was announced that the Arkestra would perform at Portland, Oregon's Hollywood Theater for three nights on July 14, 15, and 16. Sun Ra's world view was often described as a philosophy, but he rejected this term, describing his own manner as an "equation" and saying that while philosophy was based on theories and abstract reasoning, his method was based on logic and pragmatism. Print. The Sun Ra Arkestra is the name most commonly used for the current incarnation of Sun Ra's original band, now led by Marshall Allen. Neptune 4. Starting with concerts in France, Germany, and the United Kingdom in 1970, the Arkestra began to tour internationally. Blount absorbed it all and was fascinated with the city's many ancient Egyptian-styled buildings and monuments. However, Martinelli argues that, when considered as a whole, one can discern a unified world view that draws upon many sources, but is also unique to Sun Ra, writing: Sun Ra presents a unified conception, incorporating music, myth, and performance into his multi-leveled equations. A little antenna over each eye. Pan Afro 2. Discipline 27-11 by Sun Ra Arkestra, released 05 May 2017 1. In 1936, Whatley's intercession led to Blount's being awarded a scholarship at Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University. Though still a teenager, Abraham eventually became Sun Ra's de facto business manager: he booked performances, suggested musicians for the Arkestra, and introduced several popular songs into the group's repertoire. Janos, their manager, transformed the theater into a nightclub while most of the troupe was away that season performing in Europe. So I leave the word space open, like space is supposed to be." This embodiment of the narrative allowed him to demonstrate black nationalism as a counternarrative to the present culture. As composer, bandleader, and full-time member of the Sun Ra Arkestra, Pat Patrick was a visionary musician whose singular contribution to the jazz tradition has not yet been fully recognised. Sun Ra galt schon zu Lebzeiten als Mythos und gilt bis heute als einer der umstrittensten Jazzmusiker. [71] Another book of over 260 of Sun Ra's poems, Sun Ra: Collected Works Vol. In Chicago, Blount quickly found work, notably with blues singer Wynonie Harris, with whom he made his recording debut on two 1946 singles, Dig This Boogie/Lightning Struck the Poorhouse,[22] and My Baby's Barrelhouse/Drinking By Myself. The Spatial AKA Orchestra, formed in 2006 by Jerry Dammers (the main songwriter of British ska revival band The Specials), was originally created as a tribute to Sun Ra, borrowing many of the ideas, themes and tropes from Sun Ra's own performances. Sun Ra Arkestra, the pioneering jazz collective founded by the late Sun Ra, have announced their first studio album in over 20 years — since 1999’s Song for the Sun.. By this time, the performance included 20–30 musicians, dancers, singers, fire-eaters, and elaborate lighting. Its collection on Freemasonry and other esoteric concepts made a strong impression on him. Mack the Knife 10. [citation needed][62]. Producer Tom Wilson was the first to release a Sun Ra album, through his independent label Transition Records in 1957, entitled Jazz by Sun Ra. [6][7] Over the course of his career, he recorded dozens of singles and over one hundred full-length albums, comprising well over 1,000 songs, making him one of the most prolific recording artists of the 20th century.[8]. James's Stolen Legacy (which argued that classical Greek philosophy had its roots in ancient Egypt). Its performances often included dancers and musicians dressed in elaborate, futuristic costumes inspired by ancient Egyptian attire and the Space Age. [18] He formed a new band, and like his old teacher Whatley, insisted on rigorous daily rehearsals. For much of his career, Ra led "The Arkestra," an ensemble with an ever-changing name and flexible line-up. ), the rap artist, see, Szwed (1999): according to author Norman Mailer writing in 1956, quoted on page 154: "a friend took me to hear a jazz musician named Sun Ra who played 'space music'." The saxophonist Danny Ray Thompson became a de facto tour and business manager during this era, specializing in what he called "no bullshit C.O.D.,"[33] preferring to take cash before performing or delivering records. The planets align as the mighty Sun Ra Arkestra, under the direction of the maestro Marshall Allen, are releasing their first studio album in over twenty years, ‘Swirling’. Sun Ra was wary of the Bible, knowing that it had been used to justify slavery. By 1952, Blount was leading the Space Trio with drummer Tommy "Bugs" Hunter and saxophonist Pat Patrick, two of the most accomplished musicians he had known. Discipline 27 (Parts 1-4) A bona fide Sun Ra classic, 'Discipline 27-11' was recorded by Impulse! The Arkestra lives on, under the direction of Marshall Allen. Space Loneliness 13. During concerts, the OVC usually was positioned at center stage behind the Arkestra while Sebastian sat on stage with the musicians. The Arkestra lives on, under the direction of Marshall Allen. philosophy and his legendary live performances live on for a new generation. ... more, Seun Keti & Egypt 80 'Black Times' Sun Ra Arkestra, The Beginning Of The Endby The Beginning Of The End, The Beginning Of The End 'The Beginning Of The End' Sun Ra Arkestra, The Souljazz Orchestra 'Resistance' Sun Ra Arkestra. [9] He was nicknamed "Sonny" from his childhood, had an older sister and half-brother, and was doted upon by his mother and grandmother. That's what they told me. Sun Ra's collected poetry and prose is available as a book, published May 2005, entitled Sun Ra, The Immeasurable Equation. He dropped out after a year. When lightning struck a tree on their street, Sun Ra took it as a good omen. philosophy and his legendary live performances live on for a new generation. In the late 1950s, Sun Ra and his band began to wear outlandish, Egyptian-styled or science fiction-themed costumes and headdresses. They wanted to talk with me. In 1936 or 1937, in the midst of deep religious concentration, Sun Ra claimed that a bright light appeared around him, and, as he later said: My whole body changed into something else. This is especially pronounced on the key recordings from 1965 (The Magic City, The Heliocentric Worlds of Sun Ra, Volume One, and The Heliocentric Worlds of Sun Ra, Volume Two) where the intertwining lines of Boykins' bass and Ra's electronic keyboards provide cohesion. It was filmed in Oakland and San Francisco. [3] Throughout his life he denied ties to his prior identity, saying "Any name that I use other than Ra is a pseudonym. They commuted via railroad to New York for the Monday night gig at Slug's and for other engagements. If you don't see the contents properly, try to activate javascript. Learn how and when to remove this template message, Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University, The Heliocentric Worlds of Sun Ra, Volume One, The Heliocentric Worlds of Sun Ra, Volume Two, "Afrofuturism: Why black science fiction 'can't be ignored, "The Last Giant: Marshall Allen Celebrates 94th Birthday", "Sun Ra – Music Biography, Credits and Discography", "CHAPTER ONE - Space Is the Place: The Lives and Times of Sun Ra", "The Journey of Khalil Islam, the Man Who Didn't Shoot Malcolm X", 10.1093/gmo/9781561592630.article.J347700, "Sun Ra and The Blues Project Do Batman and Robin (MP3s) - WFMU's Beware of the Blog", "Professor Sun Ra – Berkeley Lecture, 1971", "Live in Egypt, Vol. Satellites Are Spinning / Lights on a Satellite. Want to see Sun Ra Arkestra in concert? Debbie Harry, The Velvet Underground's John Cale and Nico (from Andy Warhol's Factory days), John Lurie and The Lounge Lizards, and other pop and avant-garde musicians were regulars. These few exceptions are not ANVs of the Arkestra and are PANs in their own right: The Sun Ra All Stars, Sun Ra Sextet, Sun Ra Quartet, Sun Ra Trio. High praise, however, came from two of the architects of bebop. Infinity / I'll Wait for You 9. He returned to Egypt in 1983 and 1984, when he recorded with Ragab. Abraham's strengths balanced Ra's shortcomings: though he was a disciplined bandleader, Sun Ra was somewhat introverted and lacked business sense (a trait that haunted his entire career). His compositions ranged from keyboard solos to works for big bands of over 30 musicians, along with electronic excursions, songs, chants, percussion pieces, and anthems. In 1970 he said: I couldn't approach black people with the truth because they like lies. Sun Ra had given NRBQ's Terry Adams a copy of the song on 45 and told him, "This is especially for you," which Adams reported inspired him to reform the band after a period of inactivity. His friend John Gilmore (tenor sax) joined the group, and Marshall Allen (alto sax) soon followed. They played to audiences who had known his music only through records. Corbett, John. A collection of Sun Ra's poetry, This Planet Is Doomed, was published by Kicks Books in 2011. During this tour, Damon Choice, then an art student at San Jose, joined the Arkestra and became its vibraphonist. [15], Sun Ra said that this experience occurred in 1936 or 1937. According to the Bob Moog Foundation: "Sun Ra first met Robert Moog after Downbeat journalist and Sun Ra acquaintance Tam Fiofori arranged for a visit to Moog’s factory in Trumansburg in the Fall of 1969....it was during this visit that Moog loaned Sun Ra a prototype Minimoog (Model B), several months before the commercial instrument (Model D) was introduced in March 1970. He denied feeling closely connected to any race. 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