CD Wavelength Infinity: A Sun Ra Tribute (CD 976821), Audio Other
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Wavelength Infinity: A Sun Ra Tribute

    1. Dancing Shadows - Uya
    2. Kingdom of Not, The - Charlie Kohlhase Quintet
    3. Friendly Galaxy - Kash Killion & The Juju String Ensemble
    4. Darkness Light - Malcolm Mooney
    5. Looking Outward - Water Shed
    6. Energies - Trudy Morse & Friends
    7. Sun-Day - David Greenberger
    8. Transition - Steve Adams/Ben Goldberg
    9. Daydream in Space (Is the Place) - The Residents
    10. Tiny Pyramids - Splatter Trio
    11. Fate in a Pleasant Mood - NRBQ
    12. Name Sound, The - Arthur Hoyle
    13. Disco 3000 - Elliott Sharp
    14. Sunny's Sun Harp - Harmut Geerken
    15. Nature's Law - Miss Murgatroid
    16. There Are Other Worlds (They Have Not Told You of) - Tom Djll
    1. Satellites Are Spinning - Graham Connah Group
    2. Mu - Billy Tipton Memorial Saxophone Quartet
    3. Enlightenment - Travis Shook/The Club Wow
    4. Fantasy, The - Arthur Hoyle
    5. Call, The - Vacuum Tree Head
    6. Constellation / The Art Scene - Dan Plonsey/Gamelan Sekar Jaya
    7. Lights on a Satellite - The Coctails/Ken Vandermark
    8. Space Is the Place - Eugene Chadbourne/Jimmy Carl Black
    9. Nile, The - Phantom Radio
    10. Island in Space, An - Eddie Gale/John Tchicai
    11. Whereness - Lewis Jordan
    12. Advice to Medics - BKCP String Quartet
    13. El Is a Sound of Joy - Bugs Meanie Band
    14. Cosmic Equation - Thurston Moore/Ezra La Plante
    15. Lullaby For Realville - John Raskin
    16. Planet Earth - Thornhill/Chabot/Montclair Tri-School Artestra (alternate take)
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 18

  • Credits

    Performers include: Thurston Moore, Eugene Chadbourne, Elliott Sharp, The Coctails, Eddie Allen, John Tchicai, John Raskin, The Splatter Trio, NRBQ with Marshall Allen, The Residents, Malcolm Mooney, Tom Djll, Miss Murgatroid, Harmut Geerken, Travis Shook And The Club Wow, Phantom Radio, Vacuum Tree Head, David Greenberger, Steve Adams & Ben Goldberg, Dan Plonsey.

  • Critic Reviews
    Down Beat (6/96, p.44) - 4.5 Stars - Very Good/Excellent - "...a sparkling exception to the trend of bland tribute albums....32 homage to the diversity and strength of the music and poetry of Ra and the Arkestra, arguing convincingly that Ra's work will stand the test of time....these tracks...true to Ra's spirit, straddle a line between ceremony and circus..."
    JazzTimes (9/96, pp.111-112) - "The Sun Ra legacy is spreading like solar energy to warm and animate all corners of the cosmos; the covers are worthy of galactic upheavals..."
    Option (3-4/96, p.130) - "...quite an accomplishment...this double CD concentrates primarily on contributions from Bay Area artists, many of whom are definitely on the wavelength..."
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