Live At The Ann Arbor Blues & Jazz Festival In Exile 1974. p)&(c) 2001 Alive/Total Energy. Recorded live at St. Clair College Amphitheatre, Windsor, Ontario, Canada, on Friday, September 6, 1974 by Chuck Buchanan for Metro Audio. Ann Arbor Blues & Jazz Festival in Exile produced by Peter Andrews & John Sinclair for Rainbow Multi-Media Corporation. Other Versions (2 of 2) View All. Cat. Sun Ra & His Intergalactic Arkestra At The Ann Arbor Blues & Jazz Festival In Exile 1974 - It Is Forbidden (CD).
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Is It Forbidden 28. Watusi 29. Sun Ra and His Band from Outer Space Sun Ra & His Arkestra enjoyed more than 40 years of glorious musical fruition, and for every minute of Its elongated existence-from Its formation as the Herman Blount Octet In the early 1950s until the leader’s earthly demise In the early ‘90s-the Arkestra blazed a trail across the musical firmament unlike anything that’s ever been heard. Sun Ra was one of the biggest hits of the 1972 Ann Arbor Blues & Jazz festival. The people at the Rainbow Multi-Media Corporation, producers of the 1972 and 1973 Ann Arbor Blues &: Jazz festivals, were feeling their collective oats as 1974 came over the horizon.
as a subscription giveaway with Wire magazine in 1990. The recording features a 1990 concert recording of the Sun Ra Arkestra performing live in London during the brief revival the legendary group experienced during the dawn of the '90s. To say that the performance is your average Sun Ra live recording means a lot when you consider such a unique artist's vision of the musical cosmos. Enigmas like this don't come along every century
The Sun Ra Arkestra have long had a well-earned reputation as one of the hardest working bands in the music business. This tradition is kept admirably alive by its current leader, 90-year-old Marshall Allen, who has helped celebrate Sun Ra's centenary with a gruelling 46-date tour, taking in Australia, Japan, Croatia, Switzerland, set to end in Canada in September. Gilles Peterson discusses the enormously far-reaching influence Ra has had on other artists, John Sinclair talks about putting the Arkestra on at the Ann Arbor Blues and Jazz festival in 1972, where the band received a rapturous response from the 12,000-strong audience and Allen reveals that he currently works from a songbook of literally thousands of songs, some of which. are still to be recorded or even heard by the public.