On the occasion of the concert at the Club Città in Kawasaki-Tokyo, where this album was recorded, the Rosenbach Museum presents itself for the first time with the new line-up (to the three historical members of the band, Lupo Galifi, Giancarlo Golzi and Alberto Moreno were added four new musicians: Fabio Meggetto on keyboards, Sandro Libra and Max Borelli on guitars and Andy Senis on bass), offering the public the whole panorama of his musical world.
The tracklist of Live in Tokyo reflects the history of the band: in the first part we go back to the past, in Zarathustra, and this historic work of 1973 is performed in full. In the second, the Museum tells the present through the tracks taken from Barbarica their last studio album, which is performed live in preview.
Live in Tokyo offers the opportunity to retrace the “progressive” evolution of the sound of the group, forty years in fact divide Zarathustra from Barbarica but this new live album manages to propose both works as unique moments of the same musical intention.
1. Intro – Dell’eterno Ritorno
2. Degli Uomini
3. Della Natura
1. L’ultimo Uomo
2. Il Re Di Ieri
3. Al Di Là Dei Bene E Del Male
5. Il Tempi Delle Clessidre
1. La Coda Del Diavolo
3. Il Respiro Del Pianeta
4. Il Re Del Circo
5. Fiore Di Vendetta (Demo Version) – Bonus Track