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4.03 | 42 ratings | 2 reviews | 45% 5 stars

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Live, released in 2012

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Intro - Dell'eterno ritorno (7:59)
2. Degli uomini (4:17)
3. Della natura (9:01)
4. Zarathustra (22:20) :
- a. L'ultimo uomo
- b. Il re di ieri
- c. Al di la del bene e del male
- d. Superuomo
- e. Il tempio delle clessidre

Total Time 43:37

Line-up / Musicians

- Lupo Galifi / vocals
- Giancarlo Golzi / drums
- Alberto Moreno / piano
- Fabio Meggetto / keyboards
- Sandro Libra / guitars
- Max Borelli / guitars
- Andy Senis / bass

Releases information

CD Immaginifica ASR IMM/1011 (2012)

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MUSEO ROSENBACH Zarathustra - Live in Studio ratings distribution

(42 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(45%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(38%)
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MUSEO ROSENBACH Zarathustra - Live in Studio reviews

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Review by andrea
4 stars This live in studio version of "Zarathustra" marks a new start for Museo Rosenbach. In fact, the band came to life again in 2012, after a long hiatus and a first ephemeral reunion in 1998. It was released on the independent label Immaginifica with a line up featuring founder members Alberto Moreno (keyboards), Giancarlo Golzi (drums, percussion) and Stefano 'Lupo' Galifi (vocals) along with Max Borelli (guitar, vocals), Sandro Libra (guitar), Fabio Meggetto (keyboards) and Andy Senis (bass, vocals). The recording of this album was a way to warm up for new concerts and projects and the artwork by Rudy Camponovo underlines the intention of Museo Rosenbach's to go back to their roots without renouncing to update the old sound with the help of the new technologies...

The track list follows a different order from the original album. A brand new section opens the first track, 'Intro - Dell'eterno ritorno' (the 1973 closer) and from the very first notes you can perceive that the interaction between old and new members is perfect and the sound quality brilliant. 'Degli uomini', 'Della natura' and the long suite 'Zarathustra' follow without weak moments and everything works. The new line up worked hard to find the right balance re-arranging the old material with the due respect but without a philological approach. The final result is excellent and I think that this album can be considered a wonderful calling card for the new incarnation of the band.

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3 stars It does what it says on the tin - RPI heroes Museo Rosenbach reunite nearly 40 years later to re-record their landmark 1973 release Zarathustra note-for-note. Founding members Stefano "Lupo" Galifi (vocals), Giancarlo Golzi (drums), and Alberto Moreno (piano) are assisted by an ample cast incl ... (read more)

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