Though the cover might suggest another installment of Italian cosmic electronic prog, Basso's musical universe is neither particularly electronically oriented or astrally bound. It's more laid out on a big downy featherbed of sumptuous mediterranean warmth and sonorous classical-inflected airs. It's a sensibility with some symphonic simpatico to the Zauber LP I posted last week, albeit cut with more rock energy (in a sorta ELP-ish way) than Zauber usually mustered, and entirely absent the moldy-oldies quality that some Italian classical prog can fall prey to.
It turns out that this album is now due to be back in print shortly, so I've yanked the link. Sorry.