The Naples, Italy, based Cervello intitally found attention via the current presence of guitarist Corrado Rustici, younger sibling of Osanna’s highly-rated axe hero Danilo Rustici. Musically, as well, there was a family group resemblance between your two organizations, although Cervello’s personal sense of personal could definitely not become faulted. Their only recording, 1973’s Melos, was a greatly ambitious concept arranged predicated on Greek mythology, and completely infused using the customs of Mediterranean folk. The current presence of four distinct flautists in the line-up also brought a stunningly unique dimension towards the band’s sound. Unfortunately, Melos was to become Cervello’s sole launch. They split up in past due 1973 and, by early the next year, Rustici experienced joined his sibling in Osanna. He made an appearance on their 4th LP, Scenery of Existence before shifting to Nova and, later on, a solo profession.