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'Round About Midnight Miles Davis Quintet (1957, Columbia)

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John Coltrane Tenor Sax
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Rob Mazurek / Exploding Star Orchestra
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Finally got around to listening to this one from two years ago. It's pretty kickin'. Not a fan of the voice samples but they're few and far between.
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Roscoe Mitchell and the Sound Ensemble - Snurdy McGurdy and her Dancin' Shoes


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Roscoe Mitchell - soprano sax, alto sax, tenor sax, bass sax, clarinet, flute, wood flute
Jaribu Shahid - double bass, electric bass, cello, percussion
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A. Spencer Barefield - electric guitar, acoustic guitar, piano
Hugh Ragin - trumpet, flugelhorn, piccolo trumpet
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Fred Anderson & Hamid Drake - From the River to the Ocean (2007)
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Sun Ra & His Arkestra - Disco 3000 (Expanded) (2022)



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Every Sun Ra album is unique. Yet even by Ra's standards, DISCO 3000 is an outlier. However, it sits comfortably in the Sun Ra discography — because it's weird.

In 1978, capital-D Disco was at its apex — the pop dance music du jour, the bottom-heavy successor to rock'n'roll and funk. Ra was never a dedicated follower of fashion (music or otherwise), yet that year his landmark album LANQUIDITY would not have been unwelcome in a mirror ball-dappled club. LANQUIDITY was one of Ra's few nods to contemporary musical currents—and it remains one of his most revered projects.

That same year his Saturn label issued DISCO 3000. Referencing the term "Disco" was typical, willful, sardonic Ra "misdirection." The "3000" might be forecasting a future millennium when humans — or cyborgs — dance to this music. If so, it's a shame we won’t be around to see if these grooves electrify partygoers. By 1978 standards, the album was anything but Disco. It was weird. It was Sun Ra.
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