To understand each other implicitly is a serendipitous event in our life. It is a thing that is born and strengthens over time, gradually succeeding in the task of showing us unknown things about ourselves: the person with whom we relate acts as a magic means of transferring and at the same time receiving the unknown feelings of the other. This relationship is stronger when the two people love the arts: Gianni Mimmo and Gianni Lenoci shared music for 10 years, their music and that of the artists they loved, working with complementary means in a communion of abstract-art jazz, artistic sensitivity, coherence. What Mimmo and Lenoci were working on, before the pianist’s untimely demise, was a precious fusion of perspectives to be developed through free and vibrant interventions on their instruments: The Whole Thing is the excellent posthumous CD of Reciprocal Uncles, a place of musical delicacies played in the form of a suite, over 50 minutes in which we can feel the implicit pact between the two musicians, their particular complicity, their instrumental evolutions embedded in a global result, an intense, differentiated, courageous flow, full of freedom: in practice, the revelation of that transfer mentioned above, the truth embodied in the creative experience. Through the exchange of instant composition, the two musicians “read” each other, they do justice to a dream that has long been linked to a different interpretation of music and art: an immensity that immediately becomes a noble and new heritage.