< Sun Ra - Rocket Number Nine (retitled Interstellar Low Ways)

AUTHOR ALBUM TITLE(S) EDITIONS
Sun Ra and his Myth Science Arkestra Rocket Number Nine
(retitled Interstellar Low Ways)
Saturn SR 9956-2-M/N (mid 60s)
Saturn LP 203
Evidence 22039 (CD, 1992)
TITLES
Side A:
Onward (Ra) (3:30)
Ra-p; George Hudson-tp; Marshall Allen-as; John Gilmore-ts; Ronnie Boykins-b; Jon Hardy-d.

Somewhere in Space (Ra) (2:58)
Ra-p; Phil Cohran-tp; Marshall Allen-as, fl; John Gilmore-ts; Ronnie Boykins-b; Jon Hardy, d.

Interplanetary Music (Ra) (2:22)
Ra-p; Ronnie Boykins-b, space gong; Jon Hardy-d; Marshall Allen-perc; John Gilmore-perc. They all sing.

Interstellar Low Ways (Ra) (8:20)
Ra-p, chimes, gong; Marshall Allen-fl (solo); John Gilmore-ts; Pat Patrick-fl, bells, claves; Ronnie Boykins-b; William Cochran-d.

Side B:
Space Loneliness (Ra) (4:28)
Ra-p; Phil Cohran-tp; Marshall Allen-as; John Gilmore-ts; Ronnie Boykins-b; Jon Hardy-d.

Space Aura (Ra) (3:07)
Ra-p; George Hudson-tp; Marshall Allen-as; John Gilmore-ts; Ronnie Boykins-b; Jon Hardy-d.

Rocket Number Nine Take off for the Planet Venus (Ra) (6:11)
Ra-p; Phil Cohran-tp; Marshall Allen-as; John Gilmore-ts; Ronnie Boykins-b; Jon Hardy-d. Ensemble voc
LINEUP AND DATE OF RECORDING
See each track individually. Recorded in Chicago, late 1960.
NOTES
First published as Rocket Number Nine, the cover and title were changed on 1969 Saturn catalogue.