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Jazz

Huge talent, small spotlight

Ken Vandermark knows his stuff. Too bad no one else does.

By Steve Greenlee
Globe Staff / September 18, 2005

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From the looks of things, Ken Vandermark is a workaholic with an endless stream of ideas. At 40, he has dozens of albums under his belt as a leader, and he leads so many different ensembles that it's difficult to keep track. Last week the saxophonist released the eighth studio album by his flagship group, the Vandermark 5, and on ... (Full article: 1266 words)

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