Category: Classic Rock

Looking Outward - Sun Ra* - We Are In The Future (Vinyl, LP, Album)


  1. A seminal set from Sun Ra – even if it's one of his few 60s albums not on the Saturn label! The set was done for ESP during the glory days of that avant powerhouse – a perfect match, given the Arkestra's relocation to New York, and the label's ability to reach out to big new audiences for exciting music – a fact that certainly made this album one of the most widely-circulated.
  2. The album features an exclusive previously unreleased Sun Ra track from the Art Yard archives, the acoustic ‘Trying To Put The Blame On Me’ recorded live in Rome in , along with a previously unreleased Part 1 of ‘Reflects Motion’ from and an unheard extended version of ‘Island In The Sun’ from the late ‘60s/5(36).
  3. Sun Ra's only release for the Savoy label is a rioperziochangrenvioplethessicanfatal.xyzinfoed in October of , this is probably the first recording the Arkestra made after arriving in New York. As such, you're dealing with a smallish Arkestra (seven main instrumentalists, joined by vocalist Ricky Murray on "China Gate") that's still playing the boppish, highly arranged music characteristic of the Chicago years ().
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  6. The Sun Ra discography is one of the largest discographies in music history. Jazz keyboardist, bandleader and composer Sun Ra recorded dozens of singles and over one hundred full-length albums, comprising well over songs, and making him one of the .
  7. We Are in the Future is a mid-'80s repackaging of The Futuristic Sounds of Sun Ra (). Regardless of how it is presented, these recordings feature a youthful and intensive Solar Myth Science/Astro-Infinity Arkestra who had very recently relocated from Chicago to New York City.8/
  8. Find Sun Ra discography, albums and singles on AllMusic. Saturn's contribution to jazz, the unpeggably eclectic bandleader advanced the genre into the space age, planting the seeds for Afrofuturism.