Michael Cosmic & Phill Musra
Peace In The World/Creator Space
their Free improvisation, first touched on by the godlike John Coltrane, Sun Ra and Albert Ayler, gives us both exuberant torrents of life-rejoicing complexity and unforgiving social-political environments.
The 70s Boston underground brought twin brothers Phill Musra and Michael Cosmic together with Turkish-born drummer Hüseyin Ertunç; as a trio, and with other Boston jazzers (John Jamyll Jones of Worlds Experience Orchestra), the twins each privately issued an album. Potent mixes of spirituality, expressionist fire and electrified newness, these LPs have been mastered from the original tapes. This Contains a download of the full release – including bonus tracks by Phill Musra Group and World’s Experience Orchestra - and a booklet with extensive liner notes by jazz historian Clifford Allen, photos, show flyers and many other unpublished gems.
- : Disc One - (Michael Cosmic) - Arabia, We Love You Malcolm X, Space On Space, Peace In The World… Disc Two - (Phill Musra Group) - Egypt, Arabia, The Creator Is So Far Out, The Creator Spaces
- The Creator Is So Far Out (Unreleased Version)
- (World’s Experience Orchestra) - The Prayer (Live, 1972)