Cinedelic Records present a reissue of Giacomo Dell'Orso's A Me Stesso Con Simpatia, originally released in 1975. This 1975 album is a studio session organized by Maestro Giacomo Dell'Orso (the husband of Edda) is released here under his given name and not the Oscar Lindok pseudonym under which he made a number of recordings including The Fine Machine. A Me Stesso Con Simpatia had the simple purpose of a fun and playful session without preconceived models. The result is a carefree album, from the friendly cover (Orso means "Bear") to the music that is interwoven with bossa nova, samba, jazz and funk in a style that recalls in many ways the work of Maestro Piero Piccioni. Dell'Orso plays organ, electric piano and Bulisacchio (a synth with metal slats that simulate bass). Features Nino Rapicavoli on flute and sax, Jimmy Tamborelli on guitars and Ciro Cocozza on percussion. Limited LP edition includes a download card.