CD/DVD $19.99 USD
Cervello was formed, in 1972, by five young musicians from Naples:
Antonio Spagnolo (bass, acoustic guitar, bass pedals, recorder, vocals)
Giulio D’Ambrosio (sax, flute, vocals)
Gianluigi Di Franco (Lead vocals, flute)
Corrado Rustici (electric guitar, flute, vibes, vocals)
Remigio Esposito (drums)
In 1973 the band released their sole album Melos, a brilliant Italian symphonic progressive rock production.
In spite of the good critical praise received, the band broke up in 1974.
On July 2017, three of the original band members: Antonio Spagnolo, Giulio D’Ambrosio and Corrado Rustici, joined forces with Virginio Simonelli (lead vocals), Sasà Priore (keyboards) and Davide De Vito (drums) for a single, unique show at Tsutaya O- East, in Tokyo.
“Cervello - Live in Tokyo 2017” is an audio-visual document, which captures this rare reunion of the band performing the legendary album Melos, in its entirety, plus special new arrangements of the Osanna’s song “L’Uomo” and Corrado Rustici’s composition “Roots of progression”.
Audio CD contains 9 songs:
DVD contains 9 songs: