​solo works

​voiceprint



​Jon Hassell vs 808 State

All Saints ASCD 17

1990 • 25:55

Jon Hassell vs 808 State

All Saints ASCD 17

1990 • 25:55



Voiceprint (808 Mix #1) 6:37

Voiceprint (Radio Mix) 4:36

Voiceprint (LP Version) 5:45

Voiceprint (808 Mix #2 — Latin In It Mix) 4:42

5  Streetfaxx 3:57​


​Voiceprint (Blind from the Facts) and Streetfaxx
by Jon Hassell and Jeff Rona

Voiceprint (Blind from the Facts) and Streetfaxx by Jon Hassell and Jeff Rona


​Produced by Jon Hassell

Remixes by 808 State

Produced by Jon Hassell

Remixes by 808 State
Lovely Music 1021

1977 • 51:19

 

1  Toucan Ocean 3:50

2  Viva Shona 7:03

3  Hex 6:23

4  Blues Nile 9:54

5  Vernal Equinox 21:58

6  Caracas Night, September 11, 1975 2:11

 

Jon Hassell—trumpet, Fender Rhodes (specially tuned and altered by Buchla and Arp Synthesizers)

Nana Vasconçelos—congas, shakers, ocean, talking drum, bells, tropical birds

David Rosenboom—mbira, rattles, tabla, dumbek

Miguel Frasconi—claves, bells

Nicolas Kilbourn—talking drum, mbira

William Winant—kanjira, rattles

Drone—Serge Synthesizer, Motorola Scalatron

Night Creatures of Altamira

Perrasita—distant barking

 

All titles by Jon Hassell

Produced by Jon Hassell

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A childhood in Memphis, a classical conservatory education, composition and electronic music study with Stockhausen in Cologne; a passage through the New York minimalist sphere with Terry Riley, Reich, Glass; having a window opened onto the world's music and a new approach to the trumpet via vocal master Pandit Pran Nath; a questioning and deconstruction of the European dichotomy between classical and popular, sacred and sensual; a pioneer of digital transformation and sampling—all of this led to Fourth World—the unique blend which Jon has described as "worldly music" to underline a more subtle equation at work and discourage the simplistic labeling of "world," "jazz," "classical," "minimal," or "ambient."