Composer-Saxophonist Sandro Brugnolini on Working with Stefano Torossi Including their Inspired Approach to Making Music
Edda Dell’Orso on Life as a Vocalist in the 1960’s and 1970’s Plus a Look at Some of her Recent Musical Projects
Giacomo Dell’Orso on Working with Nico Fidenco on the Emmanuelle Films, Dell’Orso’s Special TG. (1975), and the Origin of the “Oscar Lindok” Alias
Guitarist-Composer Federico Ferrandina Discusses Working with Stefano Torossi on Guitarra (2009) and Fabulous Sixties: Make Love Not War (2010)
Bassist-Composer Piero Montanari on Making Ulysses (1995) with Stefano Torossi and his Classic 70s Library Tracks on Flipper Psychout (2010) and Scoctopus (1997)
David Nerattini on Working with Stefano Torossi on Two Albums in 1999 Plus a Brief View of One Music Lover’s Dream Job
Vocalist-Composer Valeria Nicoletta Discusses Working with Stefano Torossi on Albums Including Spiritual Experience (2001) and Vocal Emotions (2011)
Musician-Composer Luca Proietti Discusses his Extensive Recording Work with Stefano Torossi Plus his Recent Arcadia (2013) Album
Guitarist-Composer Tito Rinesi on Making the Middle East (1997) Album with Stefano Torossi and The Indian Tomb (1921) Soundtrack Project
Bassist-Band Leader Giovanni Tommasso on his First Trip to New York, Hanging Out with Chet Baker, and Making Bluegrass Music with Stefano Torossi on Echoing America (1970)
Singer-Songwriter Jasmine Tommaso on Recording her Debut Album Listening Party (2013)
Pianist-Composer Vito Tommaso on Quintetto Di Lucca (1959), Mood Food And… (1975), Stati d’animo (2008), and Musica per commenti sonori (1969/2013) with Stefano Torossi
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