Electrifying Jazz trio on the verge of Rock extravaganza. Duality is a concept in which the music goes through the worlds of Particles and Waves. Particles - the world that is tangible. The acoustic sound of the instruments - grand piano, saxophone and drums. Energetic, polyrhythmic tunes are mixed with calm yet intense ballads. The rhythm becomes the keynote of the whole album, joining both parts together. Waves - the alternative reality. The world, where matter and energy interweave with each other. Tunes that escape from unequivocal definition, inspired by punk, ambient, electronic music or post-rock achievements.
The long awaited follow-up to Borah Bergman’s critically acclaimed solo recording Meditations for Piano takes his lyrical cross hands contrapuntal technique into the dynamic context of the classic piano trio. Rich and soulful, this is Borah at his most thoughtful, supported by a fabulous rhythm section and performing music very close to his heart. Influenced by the exotic melismas of cantorial singing, the counterpoint of Bach and the harmonic beauty of Alban Berg and Bill Evans, Borah forges a new language of joy and sadness, firmly rooted in the Jewish tradition. John Zorn guests on one track.
Quantum Jump - Quantum Jump (1976) & Quantum Jump - Barracuda (1977).
UK act Quantum Jump was formed in 1973, consisting of Rupert Hine (keyboards, vocals), Mark Warner (guiatrs), John G. Perry (bass) and Trevor Morais (drums). Fusion, jazz rock and funk where the foundations of their musical explorations, and in 1973 and 74 they recorded the material to be used for their debut album, eventually issued by The Electric Record Company in 1976 following their purchase of the rights of the album. "The Lone Ranger" was issued as a single from the album, and although initially gathering a lot of interest at first this abruptly stopped when the BBC banned the single from being played due to what they deemed were inappropriate lyrical contents…