< Sun Ra - Deep Purple (Dreams Come True)

AUTHOR ALBUM TITLE(S) EDITIONS
Sun Ra and his Arkestra featuring Stuff Smith on violin Deep Purple
(Dreams Come True)
Saturn LP 485 (1973)
Side A has been reissued on Evidence 22014 (CD, 1992)
TITLES
Side A:
Deep Purple (DeRose-Parish)
Sun Ra-p, Solovox; Stuff Smith-vln. Sun Ra's home, Chicago, 1953? Robert Campbell says 1948-49.

Piano Interlude(Ra)
Sun Ra-p. Chicago, 1955?

Can this be Love? (Smith-James)
Sun Ra-p, Wilbur Ware-b. Chicago, 1955?

Dreams Come True(Ra-Mayo)
Sun Ra-Wurlitzer ep; Pat Patrick-as; John Gilmore-ts; Art Hoyle-tp; Vic Sproles-b; Robert Barry-d; Clyde Williams-voc. Chicago, 1956.

Don't Blame Me (McHugh-Fields)
'SWonderful (Gershwin)
Lover Come Back to Me (Romberg-Hammerstein)
Ra-p; Victor Sproles-b; Robert Barry-d; Tito-cga; Hattie Randolph-voc. Budland, Chicago, 1956 or 1957.

Side B:

The World of the Invisible (Ra)
The Order of the Pharaonic Jesters (Ra)
The Land of the Day Star (Ra)

Ra-keyb; Kwame Hadi (Lamont McClamb)-tp; Akh Tal Ebah (D. E. Williams)-tp; Marshall Allen-as; John Gilmore-ts, perc; Eloe Omoe-bcl; Ronnie Boykins-b; Harry Richards-d; Derek Morris-d, perc.
Recorded probably in Philadelphia, 1973
LINEUP AND DATE OF RECORDING
See each track
NOTES
Piano Interlude and Can This Be Love? were included in a tape that later would become side B of The Invisible Shield.