Release Date: 03/31/09
The Vandermark 5 Deliver On The Epic Promise Of 2005's The Color Of Memory With What May Well Be Their Most Ambitious Compositional Effort Thus Far. A Discontinuous Line Presents A Remarkable Range Of Dynamic Musical Ideas And Influences Processed, As Vandermark Fully Leverages The Vast Experience & Deep Well Of Talent Assembled In The V5's Third Lineup In Their Decade-Plus Existence. <br /><br />Recorded In Now-Signature Style By The Quintet And Long-Running Producer Bob Weston (Shellac & Beyond...), A Discontinuous Line Sets A New Tone In More Ways Than One Immediately. Call It What You Will... Post-Bop, Avant-Garde, Neu Chamber Music, Free Jazz- It Just Doesn't Matter Any More. What Does Matter Is The Monolithic Edifice That Has Been So Meticulously Assembled By America's Finest Working Jazz Ensemble: An Authenticity Of Materials, An Integrity Of Concepts, The Will To Improve- And The Courage To Change. Ten Years Of Piledriving Musical Endeavor Has Resulted In Perhaps The V5's Most Complex And Engaging Studio Album Yet.
|Label: ATAVISTIC/UNHEARD MU|
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