**picture LP edition with full laminated foldout sleeve, with 6 tables front and retro pages** A legendary short-living band founded in Rome by guitarist Urbano Orlandi and collected together by sculptor and movie-maker Mario Schifano, who was for Le Stelle what was Andy Warhol for The Velvet Underground. They improvised a cacophonous 18-minute jam, Le Ultime Parole di Brandimarte (with the instructions "to be listened with the TV on and no volume"), off their only album Dedicato A (1967), one of the most experimental tracks of the time, a pure stoned masterpiece
Full Laminated Foldout Sleeve, with 6 tables front and retro pages.
Recorded in 1967 at Fono Folk Stereostudio, Torino, Italy.
Limited numbered edition of 250 copies.
Licensed by Giandomenico Crescentini.