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The Flippers – “Non gridar bambina” (1960)

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The Flippers – “Non gridar bambina” / “In cerca di te (Solo me ne vo…)” (1960) RCA

The Flippers’ “Non gridar bambina” composed by Prosaico (an alias of Sergio Jacquier) and Stefano Torossi, featuring Massimo “Max” Catalano on trumpet, Maurizio Catalano on double bass, Romolo Forlai on vibraphone and vocals, Jimmy Polosa on piano, and Fabrizio Zampa on drums, from “Non gridar bambina” (1960) on RCA Camden (45CP-119):

The Flippers – “Happy Cha Cha” (1961)

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The Flippers – “Happy Cha Cha” / “Un alibi per morire” (1961) RCA

The Flippers’ “Happy Cha Cha” composed by Franco Bracardi and Marcello Gigante, featuring Massimo “Max” Catalano on trumpet, Romolo Forlai on vibraphone, Bracardi on piano, Fabrizio Zampa on drums, and Stefano Torossi on double bass, from “Happy Cha Cha” (1961) on RCA (PM45 – 0130). This was also used in the film Un alibi per morire:

Orchestra Da Ballo Italfon – “Barbanera Twist” (1962)

Orchestra Da Ballo

Orchestra Da Ballo “Italfon” / “Barbanera Twist” (1962) Italfon

Orchestra Da Ballo “Italfon,” featuring Lally Briata on vocals, performing “Barbanera Twist,” written by Bruno Cassia, Gino Naddeo, and Stefano Torossi, from “Quando calienta il sol” (1962) on Italy’s Italfon label (SPU. 103)

The Flippers – “Abbracciami e baciami” (1962)

The Flippers - Letto di Sabria OST (1962) RCA

The Flippers – “Abbracciami e baciami” / “You Must Believe”  (1962) RCA

The Flippers’ “Abbracciami e baciami” composed by Egidio Gennaro, Marcello Gigante and Stefano Torossi. The players most likely include Massimo “Max” Catalano on trumpet, Romolo Forlai on vibraphone, Franco Bracardi on piano, Fabrizio Zampa on drums, and Stefano Torossi on double bass, from the “Letto di Sabbia” soundtrack (1962) on RCA (PM45 – 3053):

The Flippers – “You Must Believe” (1962)

The Flippers - Letto di Sabbia OST (1962) RCA back

The Flippers – “Abbraciami e baciami” / “You Must Believe” (1962) RCA back

The Flippers’ “You Must Believe” composed by Egidio Gennaro, Marcello Gigante and Stefano Torossi. The players most likely include Massimo “Max” Catalano on trumpet, Romolo Forlai on vibraphone, Franco Bracardi on piano, Fabrizio Zampa on drums, and Stefano Torossi on double bass, from the “Letto di Sabbia” soundtrack (1962) on RCA (PM45 – 3053):

The Flippers – “Bombolo” (1962)

The Flippers - Bombolo - Dinah (1962) RCA [Italy] (PM45 3059)

The Flippers – “Bombolo” / “Dinah” (1962) RCA

The Flippers’ “Bombolo” composed by Mascheroni and Marf, featuring Massimo “Max” Catalano on trumpet, Romolo Forlai on vibraphone, Franco Bracardi on piano, Fabrizio Zampa on drums, and Stefano Torossi on double bass, from “Bombolo” (1962) on RCA Victor (PM45 – 3059):

The Flippers – “Dinah” (1962)

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The Flippers – “Bombolo” / “Dinah (1962) RCA back

The Flippers’ “Dinah” composed by Harry Akst, Sam M. Lewis, and Joe Young, featuring Massimo “Max” Catalano on trumpet, Romolo Forlai on vibraphone, Franco Bracardi on piano, Fabrizio Zampa on drums, and Stefano Torossi on double bass, from “Bombolo” (1962) on RCA Victor (PM45 – 3059):

Stefano Torossi – “Non importa” (1968)

Stefano Torossi - Non Importa - 1938 (1968) Costanza Records

Stefano Torossi – “Non Importa” / “1938” (1968) Costanza Records

Stefano Torossi’s “Non importa,” the A-side of his 45 single of the same name released on Costanza Records (CO 2002) in 1968. This was used for the “Cordialmente” TV program in Italy the same year. It also appeared on Musica per commenti sonori (1968), Torossi’s LP on Costanza Records (CO 10002).

Stefano Torossi – Musica per commenti sonori (1968)

Stefano Torossi - Musica per commenti sonori (1968) Costanza Records (CO 10002)

Stefano Torossi – Musica per commenti sonori (1968) Costanza Records (CO 10002)

“Runnin’ Round The Piper,” “Nostalgia,” “Auto,” and “Bomba atomica” from Stefano Torossi’s Musica per commenti sonori (1968) LP on Costanza Records (CO 10002):

Sandro Brugnolini & Stefano Torossi – Musica per commenti sonori (1969)

Musica per commenti sonori (1969) CO 10005

Sandro Brugnolini and Stefano Torossi – Musica per commenti sonori (1969) Costanza Records (CO 10005)

Sandro Brugnolini and Stefano Torossi’s Musica per commenti sonori (1969) LP on Costanza Records (CO 10005):

Giovanni Tommaso & Stefano Torossi – Echoing America (1970)

Echoing America (1970) with Giovanni Tommaso LP Sermi [Italy] (SR SP 130); reissue (2013) CD Cometa Edizioni Musicali [Italy] (CMT 10039)

Giovanni Tommaso & Stefano Torossi – Echoing America (1970) SR Records

“Coast To Coast” and “Sixth Dimension” from Giovanni Tommaso and Stefano Torossi’s Echoing America LP (1970), initially issued on SR Records and reissued by Cometa Edizioni Musicali in CD in 2013:

Fourth Sensation – Fourth Sensation (1970)

Fourth Sensation - Fourth Sensation (1970) Ricordi International

Fourth Sensation – Fourth Sensation (1970) Ricordi International

“Elena” and “Georgia” from Fourth Sensation’s eponymous LP on Ricordi International featuring musicians Ellade Bandini, Ares Tavolazzi, Vince Tempera, and Angelo Vaggi, and composers Federico Monti Arduini, Sandro Brugnolini, Massimo Catalano, Giuliano Sorgini, and Stefano Torossi:

I Marc 4 – I Marc 4 (1970) featuring Fotriafa (aka Stefano Torossi)

I Marc 4 - I Marc 4, featuring Fotriafa (Stefano Torossi) (1970) Nelson Records (G.L.P. 1005)

I Marc 4, featuring Fotriafa (Stefano Torossi) (1970) Nelson Records (GLP 1005)

“Suoni armonici,” “Happy Beat,” “Ray Ban,” “Rum And Coke,” and “Asfalto in agguato” from I Marc 4’s I Marc 4 (1970) LP on Nelson Records (G.L.P. 1005) featuring Fotriafa, an alias of Stefano Torossi:

Stefano Torossi – “Oasi d’Arabia” (1970)

Various Artists - Musiche per commento (1970) Record TV Discografica

Various Artists – Musiche per commento (1970) Record TV Discografica

“Oasi d’Arabia” from Musiche per commento (1970) compilation LP on Record TV Discografica:

Stefano Torossi – Telemusica N. 1 (early 1970s)

Stefano Torossi - Telemusica No. 1 (1970s) Metropole Records [Italy]

Stefano Torossi – Telemusica N. 1 (1970s) Metropole Records

“Ginnastica,” “Appena in tempo,” “Cori a casa (I vers.),” and “Automobilista A” from Stefano Torossi’s Telemusica N. 1 (early 1970s) LP on Metropole Records:

Beppe Carta and Stefano Torossi – Ora Beat! (early 1970s)

Beppe Carta and Stefano Torossi - Ora Beat (1970s) Metropole Records

Beppe Carta and Stefano Torossi – Ora Beat (1970s) Metropole Records

“Favolosamente,” “Giochi di spiaggia,” and “Dolce Shake” from Beppe Carta and Stefano Torossi’s Ora Beat’ (early 1970s) LP on Metropole Records:

Beppe Carta & Stefano Torossi – Musica per tutte le eta’ (early 1970s)

Beppe Carta and Stefano Torossi - Musica per tutte le età (1970s) Metropole Records

Beppe Carta and Stefano Torossi – Musica per tutte le età (1970s) Metropole Records

“Tango di papa,'” “Ritorno dalla gita,” and “Zenia” from Beppe Carta and Stefano Torossi’s Musica per tuttle le eta’ (early 1970s) LP on Metropole Records:

Beppe Carta & Stefano Torossi – Fantasia Musicale (early 1970s)

Beppe Carta and Stefano Torossi - Fantasia musicale (early 1970s) Metropole Records

Beppe Carta and Stefano Torossi – Fantasia musicale (early 1970s) Metropole Records

“Nerina,” “Incontro,” and “Ci vediamo” from Beppe Carta and Stefano Torossi’s Fantasia Musicale (early 1970s) LP on Metropole Records:

Stefano Torossi – Qualche tema lungo (1971)

Stefano Torossi - Qualche Tema Lungo (1971) Lupus (Italy) (Lus 215)

Stefano Torossi – Qualche tema lungo (1971) Lupus Records

“Per lei (I vers.)” from Stefano Torossi)’s Qualche tema lungo (1971) LP on Lupus Records:

Fotriafa aka Stefano Torossi – Un tema: Tante variazioni (early 1970s)

Fotriafa (aka Stefano Torossi) - Una tema tante variazioni (early 1970s) Lupus Records

Fotriafa (aka Stefano Torossi) – Una tema tante variazioni (early 1970s) Lupus Records

“Domani (VI versione),” “Notte violenta,” and “Sud America” from Fotriafa (aka Stefano Torossi)’s Un tema: Tante variazioni (early 1970s) LP on Lupus Records:

Stefano Torossi – Tensione e distensione (early 1970s)

Stefano Torossi - Tensione E Distensione (1970s) Lupus Records [Italy] (Lus 217)

Stefano Torossi – Tensione e distensione (1970s) Lupus Records

“Fosssa,” “Streghe,” “Verde Irlanda,” and “Il cow boy innamorato” from Stefano Torossi’s Tensione e distensione (early 1970s) LP on Lupus Records:

Gianni Mazza – La città N° 2 (1971)

Gianni Mazza La Citta No. 2 (1971) Fly Records cov

Gianni Mazza – La città N°2 (1971) Fly Records

“Sospesi nel traffico” by Gianni Mazza, Giuliano Sorgini, Massimo Catalano, Sandro Brugnolini, and Stefano Torossi from Mazza’s La città N°2 (1971) LP on Fly Records:

Giancarlo Gazzani – Musica per commenti sonori (1971) with Stefano Torossi

Giancarlo Gazzani - Musica per commenti sonori (1971) Costanza Records (CO 10006) cover

Giancarlo Gazzani – Musica per commenti sonori (1971) Costanza Records (CO 10006)

Excerpts from Giancarlo Gazzani’s Musica per commenti sonori (1971) LP on Costanza Records (CO 10006) featuring Stefano Torossi:

Giancarlo Gazzani – Musica per commenti sonori (1971) with Sandro Brugnolini, Massimo Catalano, Giovanni Tommaso & Stefano Torossi

Giancarlo Gazzani - Musica per commenti sonori (1971) Costanza Records (CO 10007)

Giancarlo Gazzani – Musica per commenti sonori (1971) Costanza Records (CO 10007)

“Underdrama (aka Under Drama)” from Giancarlo Gazzani’s Musica per commenti sonori (1971) LP on Costanza Records (CO 10007) featuring Sandro Brugnolini, Massimo Catalano, Giovanni Tommaso, and Stefano Torossi:

Stefano Torossi – Musica per commenti sonori (1971) with I Cantori Moderni di Alessandroni & orchestra directed by Alessandro Alessandroni

Stefano Torossi - Musica per commenti sonori (1971) Costanza Records (CO 10010)

Stefano Torossi – Musica per commenti sonori (1971) Costanza Records (CO 10010)

“La lotta,” “Sensualita (1 vers.),” and “La caduta” from Stefano Torossi’s Musica per commenti sonori (1971) LP on Costanza Records (CO 10010) featuring I Cantori Moderni di Alessandroni and orchestra directed by Alessandro Alessandroni:

Stefano Torossi – Michelangelo e il rinascimento (1971)

Stefano Torossi - Michelangelo e il rinascimento (1971) Canopo CNP 0058

Stefano Torossi – Michelangelo e il rinascimento (1971) Canopo

“Porta pia,” “Mose’,” and “Coro dei difensori” from Stefano Torossi’s Michelangelo e il rinsacimento (1971) LP on Canopo:

Stefano Torossi – “Rivolo” (1971)

Various Artists - Musiche per commento (1971) Record TV Discografica

Various Artists – Musiche per commento (1971) Record TV Discografica

“Rivolo” from Musiche per commento (1971) compilation LP on Record TV Discografica:

Ugo Fusco & Stefano Torossi – Beat in Ampex (1972)

Stefano Torossi and Ugo Fusco -Beat in Ampex (1972) Montecarlo [Italy] (SM 5009)

Ugo Fusco and Stefano Torossi – Beat In Ampex (1972) Montecarlo Records

“Grande geysir” and “Istmo” from Ugo Fusco and Stefano Torossi’s Beat in Ampex (1972) LP on Montecarlo Records:

Sandro Brugnolini, Giancarlo Gazzani, Puccio Roelens & Stefano Torossi – Feelings (1974)

Feelings (1974) (2012 Reissue) Golden Pavilion Records [Portugal] (GP1017LP)

Sandro Brugnolini, Giancarlo Gazzani, Puccio Roelens & Stefano Torossi – Feelings (1974) Carosello Records

“Running Fast,” “Being Friendly,” and “Having Fun” from Sandro Brugnolini, Giancarlo Gazzani, Puccio Roelens, and Stefano Torossi’s Feelings (1974) album, last reissued by Portugal’s Golden Pavilion Records in vinyl in 2012 (GP1017LP):

Giancarlo Gazzani – Musica per commenti sonori (1974) with Sandro Brugnolini & Stefano Torossi

Giancarlo Gazzani - Musica per commenti sonori (1970s) Costanza Records (CO 10010)

Giancarlo Gazzani – Musica per commenti sonori (1974) Costanza Records (CO 10010)*

“Perifrasi,” “Aggressione,” “Faccia di bronzo,” “Shift,” and “Genio e sregolatezza” from Giancarlo Gazzani’s Musica per commenti sonori (1974), featuring Sandro Brugnolini and Stefano Torossi, a nine-track Costanza Records LP (CO 10010) withdrawn immediately after release and never reissued in any format:

Paolo Ormi – Tastiere (1974) with Sandro Brugnolini & Stefano Torossi

Paolo Ormi - Tastiere (1974) Jubal SRL

Paolo Ormi – Tastiere (1974) Jubal

“Voo Doo,” “Guai ai vinti,” and “Interazione” from Paolo Ormi’s Tastiere (1974) LP on Italy’s Jubal SRL label. The music composed by Paolo Ormi, Sandro Brugnolini, and Stefano Torossi, was specially recorded for film, radio and television:

Farlocco (aka Stefano Torossi) – Tecnologia (1974) with Amedeo Tommasi

Tecnologia (1974)

Farlocco (aka Stefano Torossi) – Tecnologia (1974) Rotary Records

“Superpotenza” from Farlocco (Stefano Torossi)’s Tecnologia (1974) LP featuring Amedeo Tommasi on Rotary Records, reissued by Arison in CD in 2008 and Intervallo in LP in 2016:

Vasco (Vassil Kojucharov) – Ritmi e suoni (1974) with Sandro Brugnolini & Stefano Torossi

Vassil Kojucharov - Ritmi e suoni (1973) Picci (GLA 2006)

Vasco – Ritmi e suoni (1973) Picci Records

“Spain Highway,”” Lei è tornata (II versione),” and “Oltre la collina” from Vasco Vassil Kojucharov’s Ritmi e suoni (1974) LP featuring Sandro Brugnolini and Stefano Torossi on Picci Records:

Farlocco (aka Stefano Torossi) – Progresso (1975?)

Farlocco - Progresso (1975) Flirt Records LIR 0450

Farlocco – Progresso (1975) Flirt Records

An excerpt from Farlocco (Stefano Torossi)’s Progresso (1975) LP on Flirt Records:

Farlocco (aka Stefano Torossi) – Stati d’animo (1975?)

Stefano Torossi - Stati d'animo (1975) Flirt Records LIR 0452

Stefano Torossi – Stati d’animo (1975) Flirt Records

An excerpt from Farlocco (Stefano Torossi)’s Stati d’animo (1975) LP on Flirt Records:

Lino Toffolo – “Centomila perche” (1979)

Lino Toffolo -

Lino Toffolo – “Centomila perche” (1979) Dischi Numero Uno

Lino Toffolo’s “Centomila perche’,” the A-side of his 45 single of the same name released on the Dischi Numero Uno label (ZBN 7139) in 1979, arranged by Pippo Caruso and written by Bruno Lauzi and Stefano Torossi:

Amedeo  Tommassi & Stefano Torossi – Musica per commenti sonori: L’uomo e la natura (1986)

Amedeo Tommasi and Stefano Torossi - Musica per commenti sonori: L'uomo e la natura (1986) Costanza Records

Amedeo Tommasi and Stefano Torossi – Musica per commenti sonori: L’uomo e la natura (1986) Costanza Records

“Camel Trophy” and “Natura violenta” from Amedeo Tommassi and Stefano Torossi’s Musica per commenti sonori: L’uomo e la natura (1986) LP on Costanza Records:

Sandro Brugnolini, Stefano Daino & Stefano Torossi – Strumentali: Genere computermusic – homo tecnologicus (1986)

Sandro Brugnolini and Stefano Torossi - Strumentali - Genere computermusic - homo tecnologicus (1986) Fonit Cetra

Sandro Brugnolini, Stefano Daino, and Stefano Torossi – Strumentali: Genere computermusic – homo tecnologicus (1986) Fonit Cetra

“La fossa dei serpenti,” “Cavaliere d’acciaio,” and “Replicante” from Sandro Brugnolini, Stefano Daino, and Stefano Torossi’s Strumentali: Genere computermusic – homo tecnologicus (1986) LP on Fonit Cetra:

Sandro Brugnolini & Stefano Torossi – Strumentali: Emozionale (1987)

Strumentali: Emozionale (1987)

Sandro Brugnolini and Stefano Torossi – Strumentali: Emozionale (1987) Fonit Cetra

“Fiabesk,” “Il filo di Arianna,” “Uccellini,” and “Delirium tremens” from Sandro Brugnolini and Stefano Torossi’s Strumentali: Emozionale (1987) LP on Fonit Cetra:

Giuliano Sorgini – Strumentali: Sentimenti per grande orchestra (1989)

Giuliano Sorgini - Strumentali - Sentimenti per grande orchestra (1989) Fonit Cetra (NRE 1217)

Giuliano Sorgini – Giuliano Sorgini – Strumentali – Sentimenti per grande orchestra (1989) Fonit Cetra

“Freddezza” and “Raccontare” from Giuliano Sorgini’s Strumentali: Sentimenti per grande orchestra (1989) LP on Fonit Cetra, produced by Stefano Torossi:

Luca Proietti – Geoglot: Universal Language (1999)

Luca Proietti - Geoglot - Universal Language (1999) Rai Trade

Luca Proietti – Geoglot: Universal Language (1999) Rai Trade

“V.U.E.” from Luca Proietti’s Geoglot: Universal Language (1999) CD on Itay’s Rai Trade, produced by Stefano Torossi:

Valeria Nicoletta – Spiritual Experience (2001) with Claudio Passavanti & Stefano Torossi

Valeria Nicoletta (vocalist), Claudio Passavanti, and Stefano Torossi - Spiritual Experience (2001) Rai Trade [Italy] (CD RT2076), produced by Stefano Torossi

Valeria Nicoletta – Spiritual Experience (2001) Rai Trade

“Voice Of Sahara” and “Dreamworld” excerpts from Valeria Nicoletta’s Spiritual Experience (2001) CD on Rai Trade, featuring Claudio Passavanti and Stefano Torossi, produced by Torossi.

Available at Valeria Nicoletta’s MySpace site.

Luca Proietti – WM Global Music (2004)

Luca Proietti - WM Global Music (2004) Rai Trade

Luca Proietti – WM Global Music (2004) Rai Trade

“Dindana” from Luca Proietti’s WM Global Music (2004) CD on Rai Trade, produced by Stefano Torossi:

“Zafra” and “Amina” are available at Luca Proietti’s MySpace site.

Paolo Mòsele & Stefano Torossi – Vocal Compilation (2004)

Vocal Compilation (2006?) Rai Trade (CD RT2109)

Paolo Mòsele and Stefano Torossi – Vocal Compilation (2004) Rai Trade

Excerpts of all fifteen tracks from Paolo Mòsele and Stefano Torossi’s Vocal Compilation (2005?) CD on Rai Trade:

Stefano Torossi et al. – L’uomo e la natura (2006?)

L'uomo e la natura (2005?) Rai Trade (CD RT2113)

Stefano Torossi et al. – L’uomo e la natura (2005?) Rai Trade

“Colori d’autunno,” “Crepuscolare,” “Paesaggio verde,” “Raccolto,” and “Sole mediterraneo” sound clips from Paolo Mòsele and Stefano Torossi’s L’uomo e la natura (2006?) CD on Rai Trade:

Luca Proietti – World Windows (2007) with Valeria Nicoletta

Luca Proietti - World Windows (2007)

Luca Proietti – World Windows (2007) Rai Trade

“Natai” and “Davul” from Luca Proiett’s World Windows (2007) CD on Rai Trade, produced by Stefano Torossi.

Available on Valeria Nicoletta’s MySpace site.

Paolo Mòsele & Stefano Torossi – Avventura e Leggenda (2007?)

Avventura e leggenda (2007) Rai Trade (CD RT2122)

Paolo Mòsele and Stefano Torossi – Avventura e leggenda (2007) Rai Trade

“Avventura e leggenda,” “Barbari,” “Gladiatori,” “La spada nella roccia” and “Peter Pan” excerpts from Paolo Mòsele and Stefano Torossi’s Avventura e Leggenda (2007?) CD on Rai Trade:

Paolo Mòsele and Stefano Torossi – Assolo (2008?)

Assolo (2008?)

Paolo Mòsele and Stefano – Assolo: Solo Instruments (2008?) Rai Trade

Sound clips for all eleven tracks from Paolo Mòsele and Stefano Torossi’s Assolo (2008?) CD on Rai Trade:

Federico Ferrandina and Stefano Torossi – Guitarra (2009)

Federico Ferrandina and Stefano Torossi - Guitarra - Acoustic, World Music, Folk (2009) Primrose Music (PRCD 189)

Federico Ferrandina and Stefano Torossi – Guitarra: Acoustic – World Music – Folk (2009) Primrose Music

“Sun And Fun” from Federico Ferrandina and Stefano Torossi’s Guitarra: Acoustic – World Music – Folk (2009) album on Primrose Music:

Valeria Nicoletta, Luca Proietti and Stefano Torossi – Vocal Emotions (2011)

Valeria Nicoletta, Luca Proietti and Stefano Torossi - Vocal Emotions (2011) Deneb Records [Italy] (DNB 704)

Valeria Nicoletta, Luca Proietti and Stefano Torossi – Vocal Emotions (2011) Deneb Records

“Dance Tarantella,” “Vocal Emotions,” “Ave Maria,” “Italian Lullaby,” “Exotic Sahara,” and “Celtic Melody” from Valeria Nicoletta, Luca Proietti and Stefano Torossi’s Vocal Emotions (2011) album on Italy’s Deneb Records/Flippermusic.

Available at Valeria Nicoletta’s MySpace site.

ONLINE COMPILATIONS

Torossi I 1960-1969

An online sampler covering 1960 to 1969 that includes eleven tracks: an A-side with The Flippers from “Non gridar bambina” (1960) on RCA Camden, a B-side from Orchestra Da Ballo Italfon’s “Quando calienta il sol” (1962) on Italfon, another B-side with The Flippers from “Bombolo” (1962) on RCA Victor, four cuts from Stefano Torossi’s Musica per commenti sonori (1968) on Costanza Records (CO 10002), with “Non importa,” also released as a single, and his full Musica per commenti sonori (1969) album, with Sandro Brugnolini (CO 10005):

Torossi II 1970

An online audio sampler for 1970 that includes ten tracks: a pair of compositions with Giovanni Tommaso from their Echoing America LP on Sermi Records (SR SP 130)–reissued in 2012 by Cometa Edizioni Musicali (CMT 10039), two cuts from Fourth Sensation eponymous LP on Ricordi International, five from I Marc 4 eponymous LP on Nelson Records (GLP 1005), credited to Fotriafa, an alias of Stefano Torossi, and one solo effort from a Musiche per commento compilation:

Torossi III 1971

A selection of sixteen compositions and two excerpts of music from Stefano Torossi taken from eight albums released in or around 1971: a cut from Giancarlo Gazzani’s Musica per commenti sonori (CO 10006), an excerpt from Gazzani’s Musica per commenti sonori (CO 10007), both on Costanza Records, a track Gianna Mazza’s La citta N. 2 on Fly Record, two cuts and an excerpt from Un tema: Tante variazioni on Lupus, one track from Qualche tema lungo on Lupus, four from Tensione e distensione on Lupus, three cuts from Michelangelo e il Rinascimento on Canopo, and one solo effort from a Musiche per commento compilation:

Torossi IV 1972

A selection of nine compositions from Stefano Torossi taken from four albums released in or around 1972 including four tracks from Telemusica N. 1 , three from Musica per tutte le eta’, and three from Fantasia Musicale, all three LPs on Metropole Records, and and a pair from Beat in Ampex, with Ugo Fusco, on Montecarlo Records:

Torossi V 1973-1974

A selection of a dozen album cuts covering 1973 to 1974 that includes three tracks with Sandro Brugnolini, Giancarlo Gazzani, and Puccio Roelens from their 1974 Feelings LP first issued by Carosello Records and last reissued in 2016 by Schema, a track with Amedeo Tommasi from Tecnologia, the 1974 Rotary Records LP reissued in 2016 by Intervallo, five tracks from Gazzani’s withdrawn Musica per commenti sonori LP from 1974 featuring Brugnolini and Torossi, and three from Paolo Ormi’s Tastiere LP on Jubal which also has uncredited contributions from Brugnolini and Torossi:

Torossi VI 1986-2010

A selection of five tracks covering 1986 to 2010 that includes “Camel Trophy” and “Natura violenta” by Amedeo Tommasi and Stefano Torossi from their 1986 Musica per commenti sonori: L’uomo e la natura LP for Costanza Records (reissued three years later by Fonit Cetra ) and “V.U.E.” from Luca Proietti’s 1999 Geoglot: Universal Language CD, “Dindana” from Luca Proietti’s 2004 WM Global Music CD, both Rai Trade albums produced by Stefano Torossi, and “Sun And Fun” from Federico Ferrandina and Torossi’s 2010 Guitarra album on Primrose Music:

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