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Saturn XIII
10" $24.75



***A limited edition SUN RA 10-inch EP cut at 45 RPM. Four tracks, two unreleased. Features artwork by GEORGIA HUBLEY (Yo La Tengo), lettering by ARCHER PREWITT. Mastered by DAVE COOLEY. A-1 "Just Friends" 7:22 (John Klenner and Sam Lewis) This live recording was only issued on a rare 1982 Saturn album entitled Just Friends. So few copies of Just Friends were pressed, that this track is almost unknown to Ra fans. This is the first reissue of this track in any format. The location and actual date of the recording are unknown. Baritone Saxophone – JOHN GILMORE Bass – JOHN ORE Drums – SAMARAI CELESTIAL Organ – SUN RA Recorded : 1982, location unknown A-2 "Just Friends" 3:36  (John Klenner and Sam Lewis) This is a recording made around 1960 of Sun Ra playing organ in his Chicago apartment while softly singing the song "Just Friends." It has not been previously issued in any format. Organ and vocal – SUN RA Recorded : 1960 at home, Chicago B-1 "Under the Spell of Love" 6:04 (Sun Ra © Enterplanetary Koncepts BMI) This live recording was also issued on the rare 1982 Saturn album Just Friends. This is the first reissue of this track in any format. As with the title track on side A, the location and actual date of this performance are unknown. Alto Saxophone – MARSHALL ALLEN Drums – LUGMAN ALI Organ – SN RA Recorded : 1982, location unknown B-2 "Cherokee" 4:12 (Ray Noble) This work was composed by Ray Noble. "Cherokee" was a 1940s big band standard, and was a big hit for Charlie Barnett. It was also recorded by Charlie Parker, Count Basie, Duke Ellington, Lionel Hampton, Bud Powell, and many others. This is the only known recording of the title by Sun Ra. There is no information about the date, location, or personnel. It sounds like a home rehearsal, and probably dates from the 1970s. It has not been previously issued in any format. Trumpet – unknown Tenor Saxophone – JOHN GILMORE Bass –unknown Drums and percussion – unknown Organ – SUN RA Recorded : year and location unknown

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