JaculaTardo Pede In Magiam Versus

Label:The Rogers – TRS 010001
Vinyl, LP, Album
Style:Prog Rock, Avantgarde


A2Praesentia Domini10:50
B1Jacula Valzer5:00
B2Long Black Magic Night6:21
B3In Old Castle9:36


Ediz. Musicali Sam Giusto.
Made in Italy.

Original pressing with TRS-O10001-A/B matrix codes.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (scratched): TRS-010001-A
  • Matrix / Runout (scratched): TRS-010001-B
  • Rights Society: S.I.A.E.

Other Versions (5 of 12)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Tardo Pede In Magiam Versus (LP, Promo)The RogersTRS 010001Italy1972
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Tardo Pede In Magiam Versus (LP)The RogersTRS 010001Italy1990
New Submission
Tardo Pede In Magiam Versus (CD, Album, Reissue)Mellow RecordsMMP 136Italy1992
New Submission
Tardo Pede In Magiam Versus (CD, Album, Reissue)Marquee, Mellow RecordsMAR 95104, MMP-136Japan1992
New Submission
Tardo Pede In Magiam Versus (CD, Album, Reissue)Melos, Mellow RecordsMELOS 004, MMP 136Japan1992


  • discosfragile's avatar
    According to numerous sources, this 1972 issue never existed and the "Music Research" release from the early 90's is actually the first pressing of the album. It's really weird that no evidence of the LP being released in 1972 has been found in the Italian music press of the day, the Rogers catalogue has no relation to other items in this label and, furthermore, the album was totally unheard of in record collecting circles before the early 90's. In other words. the album seems to be a modern and heavily digital-sounding recording, combining some new tracks (circa 1990) with a couple of unreleased old demos from the 70's, enhanced and processed digitally, altogether pretending to pass as a rare album from the golden years of Italian progressive rock.
    • ultimathulerecords's avatar
      The extra track "Absolution" on the Black Widow issue claims to be from 1973. However, unless they had invented intuitive digital sampling over a decade early, it is impossible. The choir is obviously not real and is midi-matched exactly to the organ notes. That clue, and the types of guitar effects used, digital reverb, etc., all clearly date that track as 1990s at the earliest. This sort of fakery permeates the Black Widow Jacula catalogue of releases. It's a shame, as this "sore thumb" (as nice as it is) sticks out a mile against the genuine sound of the original album.



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