Sun Ra & His Myth Science Arkestra – Fate In A Pleasant Mood (Full Album)

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Fate in a Pleasant Mood is an album by the American jazz musician Sun Ra and his Myth Science Arkestra recorded in Chicago, mid 1960 and originally released on his own Saturn label in 1965. The album was reissued by Impulse! in 1974, and by Evidence (on CD) in 1993. For the latter reissue, the record was included as the first half of a CD that also featured the whole of When Sun Comes Out, an album recorded by the Arkestra in New York, 1963.

Track listing:
12″ Vinyl
All songs were written by Sun Ra unless otherwise noted.

Side A:

“The Others in their World” – (2.15)
“Space Mates” – (7.10)
“Lights on a Satellite” – (3.39)

Side B:

“Distant Stars” (Ra, Boykins) – (2.54)
“Kingdom of Thunder” (Ra, Allen) – (3.50)
“Fate in a Pleasant Mood” – (2.44)
“Ankhnaton” – (3.25)

Personnel:
Sun Ra – piano
Phil Cohran – trumpet
George Hudson – trumpet
John Gilmore – tenor saxophone
Marshall Allen – alto saxophone
Ronnie Boykins – bass
Eddy Skinner – drums

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Released: 1965
Recorded: 1960 Chicago
Length: 25.57
Label: Saturn
Impulse!
Evidence
Producer: Alton Abraham


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