Head (Dave Douglas) airs testy theories, plays around with forms, skitters close to ungrooved edges of chaos. Heart (Paul Grabowsky) reasons emotionally with theories, gives body to form, addresses minutes, Saturdays, November, our place in time. Not one without the other. Or there’s the binary of Action (Dave) and Contemplation (Paul), living in the same premises: Mary with her prayerbook, Martha with her broom. Action pushes to get it happening, forces facts, wants the last word. Contemplation speaks of how everything happens, reflects on forceful facts and their limits, waits its turn to fill in what is missing. Always together.