Sun Ra Universe In Blue (1972)

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  • 1. Universe In Blue Part I
  • 2. Universe In Blue Part II
  • 3. Blackman
  • 4. In A Blue Mood
  • 5. Another Shade Of Blue

Featuring Arkestra stawarts John Gilmore (tenor sax) and June Tyson (vocals). 

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