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Decoy is a 1984 album by jazz musician Miles Davis, recorded in 1983. It features keyboardist Robert Irving III and guitarist John Scofield contributing most of the compositions and the other solos. The theme of "That's What Happened" comes from Scofield's improvised solo from the track "Speak" included on the previous album Star People. Saxophonist Branford Marsalis guested with the group on the September 1983 studio sessions. Decoy" (Robert Irving III) 8:33.
Producer – Miles Davis. Production Manager – Jim Rose (2). Technician – Mark "The King" Allison. Recorded at Record Plant Studios, NYC except: Track 4 Recorded at A&R Studios, NYC Track 7 Recorded Live at the Festival International De Jazz De Montreal. Came originally in a smooth edged jewel case. P)1984 CBS Inc. (C)1984 CBS Inc. Manufactured by CBS/Sony Inc. in Japan Printed in Holland. Discos CBS, Discos CBS. 22. 88, 225088. Decoy (LP, Album, Gat).
Miles Davis – Decoy. Label: Columbia – 468702 2, Columbia – COL 468702 2. Format: CD, Album, Reissue.
This rather short album was extended with two recordings from the 1983 Montreal Festival. In spite of this, Decoy offered a good balance between the dominant funk that subsequently took over and the jazz tradition, reflected by Scofield’s angularities, Marsalis’ freedom of tone, and the breadth of Miles’ playing that had recovered its full power. Original issue: Columbia LP FC 38991 and CD CK 38991 in April 1984 Producer: Miles Davis Co-Producer: Robert Irving III Associate Producer: Vincent Wilburn, Jr. Engineer: Ronald F. Lorman
'DECOY'' (Columbia), the new album from Miles Davis, is the first disk since his middle- and late-1970's ''retirement'' that amounts to more than a string of bluesy solos and riff patterns. Mr. Davis's stylings used to be billed as ''Directions in Music,'' and ''Decoy'' lives up to that designation by molding individual solos, themes, backgrounds, and overall sound into a coherent whole greater than the sum of its parts
Decoy is a fusion music album recording by MILES DAVIS released in 1984 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. Filed under Fusion By MILES DAVIS.
This is the title number from Miles Davis' Decoy album (1985), which is rated as a flop of his latter career. The tune has a characteristic steady funk-rock groove with synthetic sounds and chromatic lines. The harmony is pretty loose here, including a good deal of chromatic movement and dissonance. The slap bass is putting diminished 5ths in hard use. :) Ville. pat. Re: submitted: 2013/04/11 07:16:07 revised: 2013/04/11 07:16:16.
Miles Davis' '80s catalog is almost universally spoken poorly of in critical circles, and for many, "Decoy" represents exactly why. Here's Miles Davis, admittedly of diminished capacities, doing an album of melody-based fusion. Compared negatively to his '70s work, these albums have been largely overlooked. And while Davis is somewhat diminished as a performer, as a musician, he's largely intact. At the center of the hatred of this.