|A1||Untitled Percussion Intro|
|A2||Discipline No. 5|
|A3||Discipline No. 5 (Alto Sax Solo / Reprise)|
|A4||Discipline No. 10|
|A6||Love In Outer Space|
|B1||Discipline No. 15|
|B2||The Satellites Are Spinning|
|B3||Calling Planet Earth|
|B5||Adventures Outer Planes|
|CD741071||Sun Ra||Calling Planet Earth (CD, Album)||Freedom||CD741071||UK, Europe & US||1998|
|ORGM-2037||Sun Ra||Calling Planet Earth (LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Pin)||ORG Music||ORGM-2037||US||2015|
Sun Ra and his Solar Arkestra Visits Planet Earth is a jazz album by the American musician Sun Ra and his Solar Arkestra. Recorded between late 1956 and 1958, the album was originally released on Ra's own Saturn label in 1966, and has since been reissued on CD by Evidence in 1992. In keeping with many Saturn releases, one side features cuts from the arkestra . 958, whilst the other side comes from the 1956 sessions originally intended for Sound of Joy but still unreleased in 1966.
The first disc, Outer Spaceways Incoporated, is Ra's 1968 album for Black Lion, which includes as large as a 15-piece band and much chanting as well as playing. The second, Spaceways, includes excerpts from New York City live sessions during 1966 and 1968, with at least a dozen players on each.
Sun Ra – Calling Planet Earth. Sun Ra & His Solar Myth-Arkestra – Strange Worlds. Sun Ra And His Myth Science Arkestra – Rocket Number Nine Take Off For Planet Venus. Sun Ra and his Myth Science Arkestra – Lights of a Satellite.
The Sun Ra discography is one of the largest discographies in music history. Jazz keyboardist, bandleader and composer Sun Ra recorded dozens of singles and over one hundred full-length albums, comprising well over 1000 songs, and making him one of the most prolific recording artists of the 20th century.
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