Cold Fusion is a music studio album recording by BOZON (Jazz ive Rock) released in 2011 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. Only for completionists (0%). Lost Work From An Unknown Band Well, almost lost. Bozon is one of those fine fusion bands of the late 1970s who had made lots of excellent music for years, but never managed to come up with an antemortem album.
Cold Fusion is a fusion music album recording by BOZON released in 2011 on CD, LP/Vinyl and/or cassette. Filed under Fusion By BOZON.
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Bozon is one of those fine fusion bands of the late 1970s who had made lots of excellent music for years, but never managed to come up with an antemortem album. And then they sank into oblivion, just like hundreds, if not thousands of other perfectly fine fusion bands of their time. The dusk of disco and the dawn of punk. Which is a pity, because out of the 74 minutes of the Cold Fusion it would have been possible to make not one, but two records :) To picture yourself what the purely instrumental Cold Fusion is like, imagine some of the best pieces, produced by the 1970s' Weather Report and Return to Forever, only somewhat more polished, cerebral and evenly balanced. Bozon was a team of five equally competent players; I do not believe they had a dominant front man, or an ambitious "spiritual leader".
Instrumental music so unique that it defies easy description. Instrumentation mostly electric, genre with roots in fusion and progressive rock. Each song through-composed, with areas set aside for improvisation. Lots of uncommon meter; very inventive! Genre: Jazz: Jazz Fusion.
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Bozon began in the late seventies forging a unique form of jazz-rock in a rehearsal studio ( the space ) behind the Dharma Submarine Shop near the nexus of Market and Van Ness streets in San Francisco. Countless long days and late nights were spent working on complex original compositions that often featured an anarchic sense of humor and odd time signatures (with no regard, indeed a disdain for the monotony of the four-four disco beat so prevalent at the time). Bozon played a modest succession of rather eccentric parties and gigs, but it was hard to duplicate their sound out of the space. As disco gave way to punk, the handwriting was easy enough to read. The group disbanded in late 1980/early 1981.
|1||The King Of The Plough And Stars||7:48|
|2||A Canadian Overture||8:09|
|3||A Protozoan Revenge||5:34|
|5||Son Of Chuck And Bob||5:09|
|7||Veins In The Pavement||6:34|
|8||Famous 'admen Of The West||11:45|