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LIVE '72

Museo Rosenbach

Rock Progressivo Italiano

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1.67 | 22 ratings | 3 reviews | 9% 5 stars

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Live, released in 1992

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Intro / Dell'eterno ritorno (8:23)
2. Dopo (4:41)
3. Season of the Witch / It's a Man's Man's World (14:40)
4. Della natura (13:03)

Total Time 40:47

Line-up / Musicians

- Enzo Merogno / guitar
- Alberto Moreno / bass
- Giancarlo Golzi / drums
- Pit Corradi / Mellotron, Hammond organ, Farfisa electric piano
- Stefano "Lupo" Galifi / vocals
- Leonardo Lagorio (Celeste) / saxophone, flute

Releases information

CD Mellow Records MMP 102 (1992) Italy

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MUSEO ROSENBACH Live '72 ratings distribution

(22 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(9%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(5%)
Good, but non-essential (14%)
Collectors/fans only (45%)
Poor. Only for completionists (27%)

MUSEO ROSENBACH Live '72 reviews

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Review by erik neuteboom
2 stars Great to notice that most of the reviewers and visitors love the wonderful studio album "Zarathustra", to me it's one of the most compelling progrock albums ever made! When I had discovered this gem in the late Eighties, soon the Italian label Contempo call it a day and so "Zarathustra" became a rare item. Then came the releases from obscure Museo Rosenbach material like this "Museo Rosenbach Live 1972" CD. Fortunately I got it as a promo so I had not to pay for it, what a poor recording quality! I'm afraid that even the 'bootleg die hards' will not succeed to listen more than a few minutes to this live recording. That's a pity because in my opinion good live recordings from Museo Rosenbach could have compete with a lot of live albums from the Seventies symphonic rock dinosaurs!
Review by ZowieZiggy
1 stars This is a live album that should never have been released. Twenty years after their good album "Zarathustra", was it necessary to publish such a "thing" ?

Two songs from their legendary album (but not the long piece suite) : "Della Natura" and the good "Dell Eterno...". The song "Doppo" is featured in another "rarities" album and is not really good. And finally, a medley of two songs.

"Season Of The Witch" (from "Donovan") and "It's A Man's Man's World" from ... James Brown ! I must even say that this version is not that bad but it might not really be the type of songs you would imagine that Museo would cover. A useless drum solo is also featured.

What is really unbearable is the sound quality : boot. Nothing more. Not to say that this album would have been great with a decent sound but as such it is a PITA.

The version of "Della Natura" is more extended than the studio one (there is a long jazz-oriented improvisation break in the middle section). Sound is slighthly better here.

One star. For completionists ONLY.

Latest members reviews

1 stars Been ripped off and made into a laughing stock. That is what I feel after having purchased this live album by this excellent band. Let me first of all add that I have no gripes with the band or their members whatsoever. This review is by no means a review of this band and should not tarnish th ... (read more)

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