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Ronald Shannon Jackson And The Decoding Society - Decode Yourself album mp3
Title:
Decode Yourself
Performer:
Ronald Shannon Jackson And The Decoding Society
Style:
Free Jazz, Jazz-Rock
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FLAC album size:
1410 mb
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Rating:
4.6 ✪

Composed By – Ronald Shannon Jackson. Composed By – Ronald Shannon Jackson. A4. Behind Plastic Faces. A5. Software Shuffle. Decode Yourself ‎(LP, Album).

Composed By – Ronald Shannon Jackson. J33D-20010, J33D 20010. Ronald Shannon Jackson And The Decoding Society. Decode Yourself ‎(CD, Album). Island Records, Island Records, Polystar, Polystar.

Decode Yourself is an album by Ronald Shannon Jackson and The Decoding Society recorded in 1985 for the Island label.

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When this album came out in the mid 80s Ronald Shannon Jackson was making a timely but not quite successful attempt to tie together many disparate musical trends of that time period; including a return to free jazz, early hip-hop drum machine patterns, post-punk thrash guitar jams and an eclectic approach to fusion that defied the bland uniform 'fuzak' of. the early 80s. Unfortunately the 80s (there's a song on here called Software Shuffle) was all about electronic drums, and this album has that Simmons sound in abundance.

In addition to leading Decoding Society lineups, Jackson was involved in other projects. Guitarist and fellow Coleman alumnus James Blood Ulmer recruited Jackson for another group that intended to push harmolodics to a new level They released and toured behind an album titled Strange Meeting. Writer Greg Tate referred to the project as "that awesome and under-sung Power Tools albu. n my humble opinion, the most paradigm-shifting power trio record since Band of Gypsys. Later career (2000-2013). Knitting Factory Reissue Series of Ronald Shannon Jackson and the Decoding Society". Echo: A Music-Centered Journal.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Bebop
Composed By – Dizzy Gillespie
0:49
A2 Decoding
Composed By – Ronald Shannon Jackson
4:15
A3 Thieves Market
Composed By – Ronald Shannon Jackson
3:56
A4 Behind Plastic Faces
Composed By – Ronald Shannon Jackson
4:55
A5 Software Shuffle
Composed By – Ronald Shannon Jackson
2:35
B1 Snake Alley
Composed By – Ronald Shannon JacksonDrum Programming – Bill Laswell
3:44
B2 Undressing
Arranged By – Vernon ReidComposed By – Ronald Shannon Jackson
7:56
B3 Love Words For A Queen
Arranged By – Vernon ReidComposed By – Ronald Shannon Jackson
6:29
B4 Tricky Vic
Composed By – Ronald Shannon Jackson
3:55

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Electric Lady Studios

Credits

  • Bass – Melvin Gibbs, Reverend Bruce Johnson
  • Drums, Arranged By – Ronald Shannon Jackson
  • Engineer – Robert Musso
  • Engineer [Mixing Assistant] – Mike Krowiak
  • Engineer [Recording Assistant] – Ken Steiger
  • Guitar, Banjo – Vernon Reid
  • Mastered By – Howie Weinberg
  • Producer – Bill Laswell
  • Soprano Saxophone, Alto Saxophone – Eric Person
  • Synthesizer [Yamaha Dx7] – Onaje Allan Gumbs
  • Trombone – Robin Eubanks
  • Violin – Akbar Ali

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 0 7567-90247-4

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
7 90247-1 Ronald Shannon Jackson And The Decoding Society Decode Yourself ‎(LP, Album) Island Records 7 90247-1 US 1985
J33D-20010, J33D 20010 Ronald Shannon Jackson And The Decoding Society Decode Yourself ‎(CD, Album) Island Records, Island Records, Polystar, Polystar J33D-20010, J33D 20010 Japan 1986
ILPS 9827 Ronald Shannon Jackson And The Decoding Society Decode Yourself ‎(LP, Album) Island Records ILPS 9827 UK 1985