Limited 180gm vinyl LP pressing housed in a gatefold jacket. Little known until a few years ago, Dedicato a... is among the most wanted and expensive Italian album these days. Supported by the pop artist Mario Schifano (who was not a musician, by the way), in the same way that Andy Warhol acted with Velvet Underground, this band from Rome was formed in 1967 and released their first and only album the same year. Bass player Crescentini, had briefly played before in the last incarnation of New Dada, a very popular garage-beat group. Housed in an incredible gatefold cover, painted by Schifano himself, the album contains a side-long improvised track on Side 1, with the long title of "Le ultime parole di Brandimarte, dall'Orlando Furioso, ospite Peter Hartman e fine (da ascoltare con TV accesa senza volume)", a surreal title just like the track itself. Closer to avant-garde or contemporary music performances than to rock, the stunning track gives a good idea of what the group's music and live concerts were about. Side 2 is more conventional, with five short tracks with psych influences.
Le Ultime Parole Di Brandimante, Dall'Orlando Furioso, Ospite Peter
Molto Lontano (A Colori)
Each record is protected within its record sleeve by a white vellum anti-dust sleeve.
All items are shipped brand-new and unopened in original packaging. Every record is shipped in original factory-applied shrink wrap and has never been touched by human hands.