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Pictures of Infinity

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CD reissue. Pictures of Infinity is a live album, originally release in 1968 by the American jazz musician Sun Ra and his Arkestra; one of the recordings authorized and issued during his lifetime. As Lindsay Planer points out, although no precise date is given, these five cuts are thought to have been documented circa 1967-68 by Sun Ra (piano) and his Arkestra in New York City, where the band was in residence at the time. Planer goes on to say: quot;There is a mixture of older works as well as newer selections. That said, even the established compositions - most notably the full-throttled reading of quot;Saturnquot; that commences the collection are given fresh sonic visages. Tenor saxophonist John Gilmore is particularly potent with his flawless fluidity running melodic yet hard bopping lines over top of the solid rhythm section. He gives a hearty personality to his interjections as they dart in and out of the spiraling mile-a-minute arrangement. Bassist Ronnie Boykins is commanding, especially as his solo emerges out of drummer Nimrod Hunt's rapid-fire timekeeping. quot;Song of the Sparerquot; is an exquisite and rarely documented tune that begins with some intricate phrases from Ra before evolving into a languid and practically dirge-like improvisational piece. quot;Spontaneous Simplicityquot; is highlighted by some warm and inviting interplay between a flutist - presumably either Danny Davis or Pat Patrick - and Ra, whose strident piano accompaniment is remarkably suited to the earthy nature of the woodwind's ethereal, alternately liberating and plaintive sound. Immediately contrasting the more rural expressions is the aggressive extended free jazz attack heard on quot;Somewhere There.quot; The bombastic percussion and practically sadistic sax-and-drum onslaught thrash about in an almost definitive example of the sheer power possessed by the Arkestra. The quot;Outer Spaceways Incorporatedquot; chant concluding this long-player is similar to other versions and remains an affirmative statement juxtaposing an inescapably dissonant introduction with the playful nature of the singalong quality of the verses.quot;

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CD reissue. Pictures of Infinity is a live album, originally release in 1968 by the American jazz musician Sun Ra and his Arkestra; one of the recordings authorized and issued during his lifetime. As Lindsay Planer points out, although no precise date is given, these five cuts are thought to have been documented circa 1967-68 by Sun Ra (piano) and his Arkestra in New York City, where the band was in residence at the time. Planer goes on to say: quot;There is a mixture of older works as well as newer selections. That said, even the established compositions - most notably the full-throttled reading of quot;Saturnquot; that commences the collection are given fresh sonic visages. Tenor saxophonist John Gilmore is particularly potent with his flawless fluidity running melodic yet hard bopping lines over top of the solid rhythm section. He gives a hearty personality to his interjections as they dart in and out of the spiraling mile-a-minute arrangement. Bassist Ronnie Boykins is commanding, especially as his solo emerges out of drummer Nimrod Hunt's rapid-fire timekeeping. quot;Song of the Sparerquot; is an exquisite and rarely documented tune that begins with some intricate phrases from Ra before evolving into a languid and practically dirge-like improvisational piece. quot;Spontaneous Simplicityquot; is highlighted by some warm and inviting interplay between a flutist - presumably either Danny Davis or Pat Patrick - and Ra, whose strident piano accompaniment is remarkably suited to the earthy nature of the woodwind's ethereal, alternately liberating and plaintive sound. Immediately contrasting the more rural expressions is the aggressive extended free jazz attack heard on quot;Somewhere There.quot; The bombastic percussion and practically sadistic sax-and-drum onslaught thrash about in an almost definitive example of the sheer power possessed by the Arkestra. The quot;Outer Spaceways Incorporatedquot; chant concluding this long-player is similar to other versions and remains an affirmative statement juxtaposing an inescapably dissonant introduction with the playful nature of the singalong quality of the verses.quot; Pictures of Infinity

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Music Genre
Jazz
Performer
Sun Ra
Record Label
Greyscale
Brand
GREYSCALE
Physical Media Format
CD
Release Date
11/17/2017

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