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Samarai Celestial

Samarai Celestial

Samarai Celestial


Samarai played drums for the Sun Ra Intergalactic Arkestra steadily from 1979-1985 & again from 1994-1997 when he passed away from heart problem. On these two albums, the Sun Ra Arkestra's cosmically gifted jazz drummer invents electro space funk! “Isis Sun” is his first solo album & it’s Out, but not like you’re thinkin’. Long, improvised, jams heavy on rhythm & hypnosis, and the Words of the Universe. Dedicated to and inspired by his teacher Sun Ra and ancient Egypt Read more on Last.fm
Samarai played drums for the Sun Ra Intergalactic Arkestra steadily from 1979-1985 & again from 1994-1997 when he passed away from heart problem. On these two albums, the Sun Ra Arkestra's cosmically gifted jazz drummer invents electro space funk! “Isis Sun” is his first solo album & it’s Out, but not like you’re thinkin’. Long, improvised, jams heavy on rhythm & hypnosis, and the Words of the Universe. Dedicated to and inspired by his teacher Sun Ra and ancient Egypt, and designed to realign the Cosmos into their proper harmonic & rhythmic cycles.

"Cosmic Gold Millennium" extended the electronic harmonic convergence and added a second disc of straight ahead acoustic jazz. It featured: Samarai Celestial (Drums), Samarai Celestial (Vocals), Samarai Celestial (Main Performer), Tyrone Hill (Trombone), Rick Iannacone (Guitar), Bobby Zankel (Sax (Alto), Jason Oettel (Bass (Acoustic) Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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