Saturday, March 07, 2009


Within seventies' prog rock, there are a surprisingly high number of great albums originating from Italy. One example is the 1973 record Zarathustra by Museo Rosenbach. This album also stands out by its cover art (Kazvnori Akita and Caesar Monti), inspired by classical visual illusions paintings. As the AllMusic page contains virtually no information at all about this album, I link to the Prog Archives page instead.

Prog Archives