First time on vinyl and comes in a gatefold sleeve! Recorded on May 25th 1978, the show here presented was the real penultimate one for Goblin in one of their most classic line-ups: Massimo Morante (guitar, vocals), Claudio Simonetti (keyboards), Fabio Pignatelli (bass guitar), Agostino Marangolo (drums), with guest musician Antonio Marangolo on saxophone. Maurizio Guarini, a second keyboard player who joined the band to play in “Roller” (1976), had already left the group in late ’76, during the recording sessions for “Suspiria”, when Goblin were almost completely fed up with playing live in almost always unadequate places – mostly discoteques and dancing clubs.
After having played a single show in the RAI studios in Turin in 1977 and another one at an exclusive Cinevox Record event in the following year, Goblin were invited to participate to the MIMS (Mercato Internazionale Musica e Spettacolo – International Music and Entertainment Market) in Sanremo, a 7-day happening especially made for musicians and music businessmen. The band’s show consists of the “Profondo Rosso / Deep Red” main theme, two tracks from “Roller” (“Aquaman” and “Snip Snap”) and five from “Il Fantastico Viaggio dei Bagarozzo Mark”, an Italian-sung LP (very uncommon for a band well known for their instrumental soundtrack efforts) that had just been released at the time.
|A4||Mark Il Bagarozzo||6:22|
|B3||Le Cascate Di Viridiana||6:22|
|B4||Un Ragazzo D'Argento||6:02|