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The Color of Memory

Label: Atavistic Records
Released: 2006
Track listing: CD1: That Was Now; Suitcase; Roadwork; Burn Nostalgia; Chance; CD2: Vehicle; Camera; Pieces of the Past.


Ken Vandermark: The Color of Memory

Read "The Color of Memory" reviewed by Andrey Henkin

Music is the only creative endeavour where fans spend much of their time lamenting over impermanence. There are still those who disregard any Mahavishnu Orchestra that doesn't have Jan Hammer in it or shudder at the thought of Led Zeppelin with Jason Bonham. But these fans would do well to keep in mind that Pink Floyd ...

The Color Of Memory

Label: Atavistic Records
Released: 2005
Track listing: CD1: That Was Now (for the Volcano Suns); Suitcase (for Ray Charles, Elvin Jones and Steve Lacy); Road Work (for Merce Cunningham); Burn Nostalgia (for Art Pepper); Chance (for Nina Rota). CD2: Vehicle (for Magnus Broo); Camera (for Edward Weston); Pieces of the Past (for Joseph H. Lewis).


The Vandermark 5: The Color of Memory

Read "The Color of Memory" reviewed by Dan McClenaghan

"That Was Now," the opener on the two-disc set The Color of Memory, jumps out of the speakers, in a kick ass and take names later mode; and from the perspective of an ear that had never heard this group before--based on this introduction--it struck me as a pared-down Dixieland band pumped up on some serious ...


The Vandermark 5: The Color of Memory

Read "The Color of Memory" reviewed by John Kelman

Despite many attempts to compartmentalize it, jazz--like most things--isn't any one thing. Instead, it's a broader continuum of artists exploring different areas. Only a relative few actually manage to not only travel along the greater length of that continuum, but actually push its boundaries. Artists who do this are often relegated to relative obscurity--often only appreciated ...

The Color of Memory

Label: Atavistic
Released: 0


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