Audio One
What Thomas Bernhard Saw

"Strong, interesting compositions. Excellent, opinionated musicians. Passionate, committed playing, full of energy. Brilliant album."
-Eyal Hareuveni, The Free Jazz Collective

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  • 1. Doble Negacion (for Michael Heizer) - 19:50
  • 2. Boxers and Dancers (for Getachew Mekuria and Melaku Belay) - 15:00
  • 3. Uitgraving (for Willem de Kooning) - 17:44
  • 4. Tape (for Robert Irwin) - 17:59

All compositions by Ken Vandermark (Twenty First Mobile Music/ASCAP- Cien Fuegos)

Jason Adasiewicz: vibraphone

Jeb Bishop: trombone

Josh Berman: cornet

Tim Daisy: drums

Nick Macri: acoustic and electric bass

Nick Mazzarella: alto saxophone

Jen Paulson: viola

Dave Rempis: saxophones

Ken Vandermark: reeds

Mars Williams: reeds

Recorded by Dave Zuchowski and performed by Audio One in concert at Constellation, Chicago, on August 23rd, and at the Sugar Maple, Milwaukee on August 24th, 2014.

Mixed with assistance by Ken Vandermark and mastered by Dave Zuchowski at One Door Studio.

Produced by Ken Vandermark for Audiographic Records.

Cover photo by Ken Vandermark.

Band photo by Stephanie Bassos.

Album design by Federico PeƱalva.

Thanks to the musicians; to Dave Zuchowski for work above and beyond, and to Wendy V.; to the staff at Constellation and the Sugar Maple; to Ellen Major; to Adrienne Pierluissi her ongoing support of the music; and to all the listeners.