Saturday, September 13, 2014

Ronald Shannon Jackson And The Decoding Society ‎– Eye On You


Ronald Shannon Jackson And The Decoding Society ‎– Eye On You

  1. Sortie
  2. Nightwhistlers
  3. Apache Love Cry
  4. Shaman
  5. Eastern Voices / Western Dreams
  6. Dancers Of Joy
  7. Arising
  8. Orange Birthday
  9. Theme For A Prince
  10. Eye On You
  11. Ballet De Omphalos

Drums, Composer, Arranger – Ronald Shannon Jackson
Alto Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – Byard Lancaster
Electric Bass – Melvin Gibbs
Electric Guitar – Bern Nix
Electric Guitar, Acoustic Guitar – Vernon Reid
Percussion – Erasto Vasconcelos
Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – Charles Brackeen
Violin – Billy Bang

Recorded at Sound Ideas, New York City

About Time Records ‎– AT-1003, 1980

24/96 LP transfer, V0 mp3 download
RonaldShannonJackson-EyeOnYou[RPM2014].zip 87.7 MB

24/96 LP transfer, 24/96 FLAC download
RonaldShannonJackson-EyeOnYou[RPM2014][FLAC].zip 833.1 MB

14 comments:

  1. Never thought I'd see this LP in such a very high quality hi-rez digital format. Thank you very much, porter_esq!

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  2. Oh, thanks! I had this on vinyl, way way back, and I almost gave up on finding in now.

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  3. I'd never heard of this one. What a lineup! Thanks.

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  4. Dude, this has never gone out of print and is available on LP still. Despite the amazement professed in the comments above, you can google "Eye On You" "about time records" - and the *very first result* returned will be to the page for this on the About Time website. http://www.about-time-records.com/at-1003.html
    How hard do people look ? ...

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    1. @ furhead: ???? This rip posted here is not a vinyl (analog) LP. It is in digital format, and I guess a digital version (44.1/16 - the standard CD format, or the version here at 96/24) never was available officially by About Time. If someone used to have an LP version of it but now lacks a turntable but possesses a computer, this is the way to go. This is what Scraps seems to tell us. So... what's your point, furhead?

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  5. That is indeed what I meant, and really, if you weren't looking for a reason to be dissatisfied with people, you would assume, furhead.

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  6. Otto, Scraps - I understood that this is a blog for out of print recordings. Not recordings that may be unavailable in the format in which I, you, or anyone else, prefer. Whilst I understand that makes things much less convenient if you have no turntable, my point is that this does not make the recording out of print. Rather the opposite - this album has never been out of print since it was issued in 1980.
    Peace.

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  7. First, I didn't say it was out of print. That was another mishear on your part.

    Second, well, sir, I wasn't going to make it public about my issues, but: You say "less convenient", as always assuming that people are just unthinking. I have a stroke, paralyzed on the right side of my body, my language is very hard, and I am permanently disabled. I can't afford many of those things that I used to, to say the least. One of those things that I miss is a turntable, and records. So I was very happy when porter_esq came through with one of my favorites -- one than I has back in the day, and I bought it, like all Ronald Shannon Jackson records that I could find.

    "Peace", right. "How hard do people look?" How hard do people look to understand before judgment?

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    1. Scraps, it might not even have been about you but instead it might just have been an unneeded jab at the name of the blog: "oop rpm". Now furhead can claim a "gotcha" moment all for himself by finding a post of a 33 1/3 rpm that is possibly NOT oop. Good for him!

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  8. Thanks for giving me a chance to hear this record!

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