barabara sounds sez:
As a member of the Tribe crew from back in the day, David Durrah should need little introduction.* Nor of course does the Sun Ra connection. But I have to say I know little or nothing about his cohorts on this well-under-the-radar album which was released by P-Vine here as part of its Black Ark series.
There are some lovely slinky, funky, modal, meandering, chaotic, chanting, spiritual space jams here, especially the title track — my favorite. Plus the reworking of the old track "venus flytrap" which Durrah first recorded with Doug Hammond. But it's all good.
And too good not to share.
*Katonah posted his classic Sea of Numen over at Private Press here…
And should you wish to go to the source, there's a bit more info on the qpsm site here…
great symbolism; angelic streams; silent inferno; that's how I feel, ra; orion nebula; venus fly trap; that's how I feel, ra (retrack)