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A Musical Portrait of Ken Vandermark

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For our second contribution to All About Jazz's Mixcloud column, we introduce a mixtape series that we've curated since 2016, entitled "50/50." Through these selections we aim to present a comprehensive overview of the artists invited to play at Centro d'Arte through a mix of their music, curated by us, and of music that inspires them, selected by the artists themselves.

The first installment of this series focuses on saxophonist and composer Ken Vandermark, with five tracks taken from albums by his Vandermark 5 and Made to Break bands and five tracks picked by Ken Vandermark himself from some of his favorite records.

Playlist

  • The Vandermark 5 "Cruz Campo (for Gerhard Richter)" from Airports for Light (Atavistic) 00:00
  • Gal Costa "Relance" from India (Philips) 08:53
  • The Vandermark 5 "Money Down... (for Rahsaan Roland Kirk)" from Airports for Light (Atavistic) 13:53
  • Parliament Funkadelic "Hit It and Quit It" from Maggot Brain (Westbound Records) 19:22
  • Made To Break "Further (for John Cage)" from Provoke (Clean Feed) 22:58
  • Lee Perry & The Upsetters "Waap You Waa" from Double Seven (Trojan Records) 46:25
  • Made To Break "Capital Black (For Hellen Frankenthaler and Joan Mitchell)" from Cherchez La Femme (Trost Records) 49:46
  • Public Enemy "Fight The Power" from Fear of a Black Planet (Def Jam Recordings) 1:08:02
  • Made To Break "Dial The Number (For Agnes Varda)" from Before The Code (Trost Records) 1:12:39
  • Gnonnas Pedro & His Dadjes Band "Dadje Von O Von Non" from Legends of Benin (Analog Africa) 1:33:02

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