MATRIXSYNTH: Cosmic Tape Music Club Podcast hosted by The Galaxy Electric - E2 Sun Ra

Monday, March 01, 2021

Cosmic Tape Music Club Podcast hosted by The Galaxy Electric - E2 Sun Ra


video by The Galaxy Electric

New podcast from supporting members, The Galaxy Electric. Gear talk at 9:40, and 01:04:14 on Sun Ra's visit to the Moog factory back in the day. Sun Ra famously had the Minimoog Model B prototype. See this post for an interview with Sun Ra from 1971.

"Thanks for joining us for Episode 2 of the Cosmic Tape Music Club monthly Podcast! Join your hosts Jacqueline and Augustus of the experimental pop band The Galaxy Electric as they get cosmic on the topic of Sun Ra and his Arkestra band. In short he was a being that claimed he was from the planet Saturn. He was an avid reader and enthusiast of music instrument technology, as well as a virtuosic band leader, composer and pianist/keyboardist. We share all sorts of facts starting with his early life, his alien abduction, the various locations he lived and conducted the band from, his journey through being an early adopter of many different keyboards and synthesizers like the Moog Minimoog and Yamaha DX-7 (to name a few), his mystic ethos, and much much more!

Chapters
Intro 0:00​
Uncertain Origin 1:30​
Forbes Piano 8:30​
1st Gear Head 9:40​
Organ is the "Tastes Like Chicken" of electronic instruments 12:30​
Future Minded 14:50​
College 16:50​
Alien Abduction 18:18​
War Story 22:40​
Chicago 25:10​
Ghosting 32:00​
The band were on call 34:30​
Arkestra is Born 37:00​
Tape Delay 41:50​
A Joyful Noise bit 46:03​
Would LCD get an alien high? 49:10​
Rolling Stone Cover 51:50​
California 54:30​
Space is the Place 55:40​
One Take 58:42​
The Outer Space Visual Communicator 1:01:19​
Cosmic Keys 01:04:14​
Closing Notes 01:14:50​"

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