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From Outer Space

Label: Roaratorio Records
Released: 2018
Track listing: Overture; Space Travel; Arrival; A Peaceful Resolution; Plea; Shadow of the Sun Suite: Parts One Through Four; Shadow of the Sun Suite: Part Five Aftermath.

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Sun Ra And His Astro-Ihnfinity Arkestra: Sun Embassy

Read "Sun Embassy" reviewed by Mark Corroto


I know what you're thinking, the world doesn't need another Sun Ra record. You don't need another Sun Ra record. With a discography swelling monthly, sometimes weekly, I often think when will it end? Then, once back in my right mind, I rejoice to find some tasty unreleased material from a very fertile period in Herman ...

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Joe McPhee: From Outer Space

Read "From Outer Space" reviewed by Thad Aerts


Joe McPhee, the 78-year-old multi-instrumentalist dedicated to the saxophone, has a new trio. McPhee on said saxophone with James Keepnews on guitar and laptop, and David Berger on drums make up Plan B. From Outer Space is the trio's inaugural offering. Free in its wandering's, the record is still incredibly cohesive and multi-themed. Recorded ...

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Sun Ra & His Astro-Ihnfinity Arkestra: The Intergalactic Thing

Read "The Intergalactic Thing" reviewed by Mark Corroto


If you are a Sun Ra devotee, let's not use the terms “fanatic" or “zealot," you probably measure your collection in board feet instead of inches. Unlike many jazz legends of the 1950s, and 1960s, Herman Sonny Blount had the foresight to record his ensemble's rehearsals and concerts. He even established his own label El Saturn ...

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Solos : The Lost Tapes (1980 – 1981 – 1984)

Label: Roaratorio Records
Released: 2015
Track listing: Wind Cycles; The Redwood Rag; Ice Blue; Voices; New Music America Interview.

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Joe McPhee: Solos : The Lost Tapes (1980 – 1981 – 1984)

Read "Solos : The Lost Tapes (1980 – 1981 – 1984)" reviewed by Mark Corroto


The young cats (players thirty years his junior) know Joe. Players who have immersed themselves in free improvisation, like Ken Vandermark, Mats Gustafsson, Peter Evans, Martin Kuchen, and Mikołaj Trzaska, learned the possibilities of creating a new music from, not thin air, but from listening. They model their approach after Joe McPhee. Born in ...

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Babylon: The First Meeting of Istanbul

Label: Roaratorio Records
Released: 2014
Track listing: Flyswatter; Simple Questions / Complex Answers; Involution; Tek'E.

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konstruKt and Joe McPhee: Babylon: The First Meeting of Istanbul

Read "Babylon: The First Meeting of Istanbul" reviewed by Dave Wayne


Taken at face value, konstruKt's catchphrase, “Free Jazz from Turkey," seems a tad pedestrian. But, if one considers Turkey's place in the world-literally the crossing point between Asia and Europe-its crazy-quilt ethnic diversity, and its continued religious and political unrest, it's a fitting metaphor. Oddly, most of the band's recorded output features invited guest artists from ...

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Joe McPhee: Alto

Read "Alto" reviewed by Lyn Horton


It takes a certain amount of confidence for a musician to stand alone on a stage or in a recording studio and play an instrument. One of the few masters of jazz reed instruments, Joe McPhee still proceeds to make music as if for the first time. He is a master of the instruments he plays ...

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Alto

Label: Roaratorio Records
Released: 2009
Track listing: Lower East Side Shout (for Alton Pickens); Old Eyes (for Ornette Coleman); W.I.S. (for Warren Smith); Soul Of A Poet (for Steve Dalachinsky); Take the V Train.


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