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Sun Ra speaks over scattered piano notes, starry and sometimes jagged - other sounds trickle in and out, bending in time mysteriously. A deep space confessional here, 'autobiographical' but in the way of the olden sages: he speaks of himself only to tell the story of infinite creations. Not so much a manifesto as a palimpsest. Again Sun Ra shows that the ancient is modern and that he is indeed Strange, in the real meaning of the world (unlike another). Any unearthed work from this great man is a real event; this is no exception.