CD reissues: 1989 Vinyl Magic; 2002 Vinyl Magic
LP reissue: 2015 Black Widow
For those coming at Errata Corrige with the expectation that this will be another Italian wild ride along the likes of Museo Rosenbach and Semiramis, they will most certainly be sorely disappointed. But patience and a strong appreciation of excellent songwriting, will ultimately convert the most discerning of listeners. Acoustic guitar, flute, and wonderful vocals in Italian define this fine work. There is definitely a rock component (including electric guitars and synthesizers), as well as a clear jazz school influence that pervades. Some of the melodies will raise the hair on your arms. To me, this is one of those feel of Italy albums, and once you're hooked on that drug, there's no going back. And Errata Corrige will provide that fix we all need.
Errata Corrige's album is very scarce as an original since private presses from Italy were still unheard of in 1976, and this is one of the first along with Apoteosi. The Vinyl Magic CD is basic but the quality of the sound is high. The 2002 version is distinguished by the changing of the cover color from blue to pink and a bar code on the back.
Last update: August 29, 2016