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Mulberry bush sax rotations, electronic bells and a Stargate laser zapping keys. Out of this world.
The song Möbius Strip has been composed by Lorenzo Cellupica and arranged by the band Möbius Strip and it's the sixth and last track of the album Möbius Strip. Möbius Strip is the name of a young Italian progressive jazz-rock band, made of Lorenzo Cellupica: keyboards; Nico Fabrizi: saxophone & flute; Eros Capoccitti: bass; Davide Rufo: drums. The band took inspiration in the object of the same name: since a Möbius strip geometrically connects the two sides of the same surface by starting a path on one of them, this also became the purpose of the musicians, to combine different styles and influences. The result is to be heard on MÖBIUS STRIP's self-titled album, published in the year 2017 on the Musea Parallèle label. Here are five long tracks full of fresh inventiveness, completed by the short composition "Call It A Day". To be discovered...
Bloo, Déjà Vu, First Impressions, Call it a Day, Andalusia, Möbius Strip
Lorenzo Cellupica: piano, organ, synth Nico Fabrizi: tenor sax, alto sax, flute Eros Capoccitti: electric bass Davide Rufo: drums
April 13, 2017
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