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Omni Sound - Living Sky - Sun Ra Arkestra - Living Sky includes the first instrumental recording of Ra's "Somebody Else's Idea," originally recorded in 1955 and again in 1970 for proper release on 1971's My Brother The Wind, Vol II. Without June Tyson's fierce vocal presence, "Somebody Else's Idea" feels more measured, allowing for the hovering harmonic movement to glide into the foreground with the horns modulating their volume and presence in each cycle and bringing in new details, whether it be the mewling trumpets of Michael Ray and Cecil Brooks or the seeking sound flurries blow by Allen on Electronic Valve Instrument.
Omni Sound - Living Sky - Sun Ra Arkestra - Living Sky includes the first instrumental recording of Ra's "Somebody Else's Idea," originally recorded in 1955 and again in 1970 for proper release on 1971's My Brother The Wind, Vol II. Without June Tyson's fierce vocal presence, "Somebody Else's Idea" feels more measured, allowing for the hovering harmonic movement to glide into the foreground with the horns modulating their volume and presence in each cycle and bringing in new details, whether it be the mewling trumpets of Michael Ray and Cecil Brooks or the seeking sound flurries blow by Allen on Electronic Valve Instrument.
634457081086

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Format: CD
Label: Omni Sound
Rel. Date: 10/07/2022
UPC: 634457081086

Living Sky
Artist: Sun Ra Arkestra
Format: CD
New: Available $14.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Chopin
2. Somebody Else's Idea
3. Day of the Living Sky
4. Marshall's Groove
5. Night of the Living Sky
6. Firefly
7. Wish Upon A Star

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Omni Sound - Living Sky - Sun Ra Arkestra - Living Sky includes the first instrumental recording of Ra's "Somebody Else's Idea," originally recorded in 1955 and again in 1970 for proper release on 1971's My Brother The Wind, Vol II. Without June Tyson's fierce vocal presence, "Somebody Else's Idea" feels more measured, allowing for the hovering harmonic movement to glide into the foreground with the horns modulating their volume and presence in each cycle and bringing in new details, whether it be the mewling trumpets of Michael Ray and Cecil Brooks or the seeking sound flurries blow by Allen on Electronic Valve Instrument.
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