MUSEO ROSENBACH is often talked about in the same reverent tomes as such protagonists of Apennine progressive rock as PREMIATA FORNERIA MARCONI or IL BALLETTO DI BRONZO but, while those collective’s singers long established themselves as solo artists and released a string of albums – Bernardo Lanzetti’s "Horizontal Rain" being the latest – Stefano Lupo Galifi waited for decades to step on this path. His own record, laid down with the help of other luminaries of Italian music, is titled “Dei Ricordi, un Museo” and has just seen the light of day.
It’s a sort of trip down memory lane and a kind of “existential museum” for the veteran whose vocals many know from 1973’s classic “Zarathustra” and some from his latter-day stint with IL TEMPIO DELLE CLESSIDRE because Galifi’s voice is still the same and still strong.
2. La morale cede
3. La stanza e l’angolo
4. Dei ricordi, un museo
5. Le due linee gemelle