Wild feel, dancing on the edge, a bit punk - that's the Pulcinella's usual attitude. That feel of a huge bag where you can put all the music you love/know/possess without having to worry about one type staining/ripping/embracing the other. With Ça (=It), they seem to have shown all of that in broad daylight. The first album they've made to have been shaped by improvisations rather than written pieces, it's also a CD in which they added more space, dreaminess, and apparent stand-stills than in the past. A bit like an actor who over time loses the fear of the pauses between words, and even makes them last longer than normal.As Pulcinella puts it, in this CD, we gave ourselves the watchword of creating pieces less based on rupture. Over time, we'd grown less fond of the zapping style that we used to have. So we didn't shy away from making the sections longer, from staying in or insisting on a groove, things we didn't dare to before, for fear of being boring.