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4.29 | 22 ratings | 1 reviews | 68% 5 stars

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Live, released in 2014

Songs / Tracks Listing

CD 1 (43:04)
1. Intro / Dell'eterno ritorno (7:40)
2. Degli uomini (4:08)
3. Della natura (8:40)
4. Zarathustra (22:36)

CD 2 (38:57)
1. La coda del diavolo (6:47)
2. Abbandonati (6:37)
3. Il respiro del pianeta (14:06)
4. Il re del circo (7:09)
5. Fiore di vendetta (4:18)

Total Time 82:01

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

Recorded at the City Club, Tokyo, Japan in 2013

2CD Immaginifica ARS / IMM 1025 (2014)

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MUSEO ROSENBACH Live in Tokyo ratings distribution

(22 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(68%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(23%)
Good, but non-essential (5%)
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Review by andrea
4 stars "Live In Tokyo" is a Museo Rosenbach's live double album that was recorded at Club Cittą, Kawasaki, Tokyo on April 26, 2013 and released in 2014 on the independent label Immaginifica. Unfortunately, it's the final act of the line up featuring Alberto Moreno (keyboards), Giancarlo Golzi (drums, percussion), Stefano "Lupo" Galifi (vocals), Max Borelli (guitar, vocals), Sandro Libra (guitar), Fabio Meggetto (keyboards) and Andy Senis (bass, vocals). In fact, after the passing away of drummer Giancarlo Golzi in 2015, the band decided to stop. It's a real pity...

The sound quality is absolutely good, thanks to the help of recording engineer Sinpachiro Kawade and live recording producer Masa Matsuzaki, and allows you to experience all the energy of a band perfectly fit and up to the task, musicians that play with great precision and passion giving new life to the old pieces and presenting the new ones with the right feeling.

The first CD offers a live version of Zarathustra performed in front of an enthusiastic and respectful public that galvanizes the musicians. The order of the tracks is the same of 2012 Zarathustra Live In Studio. The second CD presents all the tracks from Barbarica, although "Fiore di vendetta" is included only as a bonus track and was recorded during a rehearsal in Italy at Rosenhouse Studio on February 10, 2013. "La coda del diavolo", "Abandonati", "Il respiro del pianeta" and "Il re del circo" are all worth listening to, as their studio versions...

On the whole, an excellent document of a great performance.

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