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A Double Dose Of Ronald Shannon Jackson's Free-Funk

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A Double Dose Of Ronald Shannon Jackson's Free-Funk

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A Double Dose Of Ronald Shannon Jackson's Free-Funk

A Double Dose Of Ronald Shannon Jackson's Free-Funk

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Two fine albums by drummer Ronald Shannon Jackson and the Decoding Society, Man Dance and its sequel Barbeque Dog, are now available again as downloads, after being out of print for ages. Fresh Air critic Kevin Whitehead says they're prime examples of the 1980s' so-called "free-funk" movement.