Wednesday, November 27, 2002

Today I heard a great interview with Chicago saxophonist Ken Vandermark on Mike Hansen's show on CKLN. It was
refreshing to hear a musician talk about artforms other than music. (He is really into Michael Snow) I learned a lot from him talking today, got inspired and picked up some new ideas. No wonder I am so addicted to reading and listening to interviews with artists. I am
looking forward to his show tommorrow on the Top Floor of the Senator. To my ears he sounds like an improviser
who has made big investment in the jazz tradition but it is only part of what he does.


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