Sun Ra and the various groups he led were as prolific as they were innovative. By conservative estimates they produced around 200 recordings over a fifty year period, and the early 70s was as fertile a time as any. In a typical burst of creative energy Ra and an ensemble he dubbed The Solar Myth Arkestra produced enough material to be spread over two albums or two volumes, that amount to a kind of sonic odyssey which has no end of twists and turns, as befits a group of such singular character.



  1. The Utter Nots
  2. Outer Spaceways, Inc.
  3. Scene 1, Take 1
  4. Pyramids
  5. Interpretation
  6. Ancient Ethiopia
  7. Strange Worlds