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Gabriele Bulfon | Quantum Mechanics

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Quantum Mechanics

by Gabriele Bulfon

Painting the Quantum Mechanics with a progressive jazz touch: three different acoustic fusion trio setups, playing original compositions on grand piano, bass and drums. Featuring Franco Avalli, Walter Calloni, Stefano Bagnoli, Andrea Bruzzone.
Genre: Jazz: Progressive Jazz
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Entanglement
5:14 album only
2. Theory of Everything
4:35 album only
3. The Observer
4:20 album only
4. L.H.C.
7:20 album only
5. Uncertainty
5:37 album only
6. Duality, Pt. 1 (Waves)
4:13 album only
7. Missing Baryons
3:27 album only
8. Dark Matter
3:50 album only
9. Quantum Fields
5:15 album only
10. Duality, Pt. 2 (Particles)
3:44 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
Recorded @ INDIEHUB, Milano, Italy [2015]
Mixed & Mastered @ Massimo Spinosa Studio, Milano, Italy [2016]

All pieces written by Gabriele Bulfon

Gabriele Bulfon: grand piano
Franco Avalli: bass

Walter Calloni: drums on tracks 1, 8
Andrea Bruzzone: drums on tracks 2, 4, 6, 9, 10
Stefano Bagnoli: drums on tracks 3, 5, 7

Cover: Gianluca Corona, "Twist" 2008, oil on canvas, cm 30x30. Mario Marcarini collection, Milano.
Graphic Layout: Fabio Troiani.



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Cerebral Listener

A trip into Quatum
Listening (in the true sense of the word) such work, brings to mind and definitely awakens one of the finest musical sensations, a very interior sensory experience of great value. The main theme contained in the title of this project is fully expressed itself in every single song literally bringing you through a guided trip into the infinite universe of this musical genre, so infinite and multifaceted that it is impossible, at first listening, to be able to enclose it in a single work ... result perfectly managed to the composer in the first place and to all the musicians who have realized Quantum Mechanics!
In theory of everything "... there is actually a whole! there is a road traveled with all its landscapes, references to the great Spain by Corea, the lightness of some almost playtime. All this never boring. Also lightness is well taken care of but, at the same time, relaxed
"Dark matter" ... complicated, inscrutable exactly like the dark matter of wich the universe is composed , does not emit light, not reflected, not absorbed, an enigma for true lovers and connoisseurs. Apparently "cold" but full and intense for those who can look beyond the light and see in the dark. Perhaps one of the best even if it is very difficult to give a ranking, they are all unique pieces. Each with its own distinct personality.
"Missing Baryons" ... composition and performance perfectly in line with the title, hide and seek in a playful sections nervous traits just like anyone who is looking for something and can not find it. And then silence, a moment's reflection, gather ideas to find a solution or to remember. But Baryons do not find And After ransacked the entire universe, a great chaos as it should be, but, as always, things are not hidden, are actually under our noses, but we are not able to see them. Brilliant.
Duality part 1 wawes .... any wise standard stroke, maybe a hint of free, a vague classic inkling , all expertly mixed as always.
"Uncertainty": the first sensation is a great peace, a vision of the very special concept of uncertainty, instinctively we tend to associate it with a feeling of apparent nervousness, instead is expressed in a melancholy way, very very nice, really. right trend, perfect timing, not a sad uncertainty and not euphoric, an uncertainty that develops in outer space, remarkable really. And the final note, a perfect icing
Duality part 2: those accustomed to the genre, and especially those who play musical genres like these, surely will recognize the improvisation feeling ; issues that arise by chance and who have deep and inscutable roots into the jazz-fusion-prog lived , the flavor of the night that leads not only advice but also the best musical productions.
And then the LHC, the sly intro and the theme that suddenly develops, a speeding train from which to observe more and different horizons, new faces and surprises at each stop with a pleasant and reassuring deja-vu aftertaste . Wonderful !
Entanglement: the playfulness of finding endless traits of unions that are part of the universe of human relationships, the constant losing and then find the chaos and quiet perfectly expressed in this remarkable piece.
The Observer: a line on which to draw waves and low tides, wind and rest, moonlight and sudden clouds. And finally, the quiet. A painting exhibition, only for eyes trained to beauty.
Quantum Fields: an 'essential and psychedelic intro absolutely mesmerizing and a solemn development, full of personality, very pleasant, never boring nor bizarre composition, a continuous oscillation between the timeless standards and author's and musicians imagination with a total mastery of jazz music knowledge of the best school but never anything for granted or obvious. Remarkable!
a remarkable musical maturity, an introspective and thick job, a chisel job but very spontaneous, built but loose, not schematic even if the patterns are there.
A high-level job that pays tribute to the music, the one with a capital M!


The first impact has been astonishing! Harmonies and melodies fused with a strong rhythm were quite a surprise. I expected something more "classic", but you can immediately feel there is something different here: personality. Each tune has its own personality, all of them can be clearly distinguished one another.


Fantastic! There's everything in here. Most of listners would think about Allan Holdsworth, or Chick Corea, or Keith Jarret. But you can hear, here and there, a "pianified" Pat Metheney (in the intro of the Dualities resouds its Ocean), or remind the pebbles of Keith Emerson, or the piano-bar atmosphere at the beginning of Uncertainty, or the almost funky groove of the starting bass in LHC. But everything always changes and you never know where it can bring you: in some almost psychadelic dimension, sometimes, or in some kind of tango dance, another. And yet there is always that kind of spin, that makes this band be simply this band. Unique.
Immense musicians. And an impressive production (listen to the incredible perfect piano-bass unison in Missing Baryons ... I COULD GO CRAZY FOR THAT!!!!!!!!).
Buy! Immediately !!!!!!!!!! :-)