playlists

Secret Stefano: a compilation of uncredited music by Stefano Torossi (6D-12)

  • Fotriafa (aka Stefano Torossi) “America, America” from Un tema: Tante variazioni early 1970s
  • Fotriafa (aka Stefano Torossi) “Mantecato” from Un tema: Tante variazioni early 1970s
  • Fotriafa (aka Stefano Torossi) “Notte violenta” from Un tema: Tante variazioni early 1970s
  • Franco De Gemini “Omar Khayyam” from Si può fare molto con sette donne (1972) OST
  • Franco De Gemini “Cheops And Nefertiti” from Si può fare molto con sette donne (1972) OST
  • Franco De Gemini “What Is This Love” from Si può fare molto con sette donne (1972) OST
  • Franco De Gemini & Alessandro Alessandroni “Bossa Beat” from Si può fare molto con sette donne (1972) OST
  • Farlocco (aka Stefano Torossi) “Superpotenza” from Tecnologia (1974)
  • The Swingers “Stadio” from Jazz Video: Musiche di Farlocco (1974)
  • The Swingers “Sensazioni” from Jazz Video: Musiche di Farlocco (1974)

Psychedelic Stefano: a compilation of uncensored videos featuring the music of Stefano Torossi (6D-11) [NC-17]

  • Stefano Torossi’s “Sweet Beat”
  • Stefano Torossi and Giovanni Tommaso’s “Sixth Dimension”

Piero Montanari compilation (6D-10)

  • Piero Montanari & Danilo Mosetti “Action Soldiers” vid by Didi Franks for Movie Superheroes 2012
  • Roberto Conrado & Piero Montanari “Glaze” from Climax 1973
  • Piero Montanari Dream Sequence from Ritorno dalla morte (Frankenstein 2000) 1991
  • Ivan Graziani “I Lupi” from I Lupi 1977
  • Piero Montanari “Death Arising” from La Casa 3 (Ghosthouse) 1999
  • Piero Montanari untitled track from La Casa 3 (Ghosthouse) 1999
  • Piero Montanari et al. – Toto Remix from Toto Rap 1993
  • Piero Montanari & Stefano Torossi “Mother Nature” from Ulysses 2009
  • Piero Montanari & Stefano Torossi “Celtic Ballad” from Ulysses 2009
  • Roberto Conrado & Piero Montanari “Quoin” from Climax 1973
  • Piero Montanari & Danilo Mosetti “Masked Superheroes” 2012 vid by Did Franks for Movie Superheroes 2012
  • Pino Daniele “Liberta” from Liberta 1976
  • Piero Montanari opening theme from I predatori delle antille 1999
  • Roberto Conrado & Piero Montanari “Likewise” from Bass Modulations 1973
  • Piero Montanari “Laurel & Hardy Home Movies” ~1985
  • Roberto Conrado & Piero Montanari “Frog in Love” from Climax 1973

“Sospesi Nel Traffico” compilation (6D-09)

  • Gianni Miazza, with Sandro Brugnolini, Massimo Catalano, Giuliano Sorgini, and Stefano Torossi, “Sospesi Nel Traffico” 1971
  • Sandro Brugnolini “Alipid” 1970
  • Fabio Mariani Group, with Claudio Pizzale on sax and Roberto Masala on electric and acoustic bass, “Una Domenica Bestiale” live 2008
  • Grosso Autunno, with Alessandro Varzi on bass, harmonica, percussion, and vocals, “Grosssi Autunno” 1980
  • Jasmine Tommaso and Federico Ferrandina “Yellow” live acoustic 2013
  • Rosa De Brigida and Alessandro Varzi “Aspettavo Te” 2009
  • Federico Ferrandina, played by pianist Mario Montore, “Intermezzo n. 4,” 2012
  • Sandro Brugnolini “Megattera” 1970
  • Sandro Brugnolini and Stefano Torossi “Sweet Beat” 1998
  • Sandro Brugnolini, Giancarlo Gazzani, Puccio Roelens, and Stefano Torossi “Walking In The Dark” 1974

Each of these artists is on one or more of the following ExtraBall Records’ releases, including Just Let It Rock: 14 Top Classic Rock Songs (2014), Blues Moods: Playing Blues All Night Long (2014), Country Nation: Best of American Country Music (2014), Paso Latino: Dancing to Mambo, Salsa and Merengue (2014), and Funk To Reggae: Story of Black Music (2014).

Federico Ferrandina compilation (6D-08)

  • “Meant For You” with Nicoletta Nardi video by Didi Franks 2012
  • “Paradigma” 2012
  • “Milonga Sentimental” with Ana Karina Rossi live 2011
  • “Passepartout” with Chiara Morucci album cut 2012
  • Lady R Forrest backstage shoot 2013
  • “More” with Pilar live 2011
  • “Intermezzo n.1” Mario Montore 2012
  • “Say That You Will Again” with Mia Schettino album cut 2012
  • “Crisalide” live 2009
  • What We Are with Nicoletta Nardi album extracts 2012
  • “Stains” with Mia Schettino video by Didi Franks 2012
  • “Oblivion” with Marcela Szurkalo live 2012
  • Showreel 2012
  • “Green Power” video by Didi Franks 2011
  • The Haunted House live soundtrack 2008
  • “Moon River” with Pilar live 2011

“Stains” compilation (6D-07)

  • Federico Ferrandina’s “Stains” 2012
  • Paideja’s “Vento Grecale” live
  • Maurizio Majorana, Antonello Vannucchi, Roberto Podio, and Carlos Pes “I Marc 4” 1968
  • Claudio Pizzale’s “Dream World” 2008
  • Roberto Masala live 2012
  • Luca Proietti’ and Stefano Torossi’s “Wildlife” 1994
  • Federico Ferrandina’s “Say That You Will,” with vocals by Mia Schettino 2012
  • Leonardo Svidercoschi, Art Takahashi, and Stefano Torossi’s “East Meets West” 2008
  • Stefano Torossi’s “Corri a casa (1 Versione)” early 1970s
  • Piero Montanari’s “Save Up” and “Likewise,” composed with Roberto Conrado 1972
  • Stefano Torossi’s “Omicidio per vocazione (Romantic),” with vocals by Edda Dell’Orso 1968

Each of these artists is on one or more of the following ExtraBall Records’ releases, including Ethno Lounge: World Music Ambiences (2013), Lounge Vibes: The Very Best of Lounge Music (2013), Rag Time Dixie Time: Exclusive Ragtime Jazz Collection (2013), Praia Bossa Nova: Fresh Bossa Nova Moods (2013), Music Purification: New Age Atmospheres To Meditate (2013), and Dinner Music Pleasures: Easy Listening Music for a Special Night (2013).

Valeria Nicoletta compilation (6D-06)

  • “Burrascata” with Paideja (vocalist Tina Nicoletta and Giuliana De Donno on harp) 1994 video
  • La Passione di Cristo with Paideja plus Rosario Jermano on percussion 2011 video
  • Miracolos Lourdes 2008 video
  • “Propiziu ventu” with Paideja live TV 1994
  • “L’anima” with Paideja live TV 1993
  • “Vento grecale” with Mauro Borzellino on guitar and Daniele Jacono on drums live TV
  • “Va pensiero” with Paideja 1994 video
  • “Sfilata Joant Sposi” live in Crotone
  • “Exotic Sahara” with Luca Proietti and Stefano Torossi 2012 film clip
  • Cenerentola musica (Cinderella Music) with Leonardo Viotto
  • “Zza fifina” live 2012
  • “Alogico logico” with Roberto Valle on guitar, bass, and keyboards 2010
  • “Amor desaparecidos” with Roberto Valle on Flamenco guitar, electric guitar, and keyboards 2010
  • “Summertime” with pianist Massimo Covelli live 2013
  • “Heart And Soul” with Claudio Passavanti and Stefano Torossi 2001 album cut
  • “Propiziu ventu” with Paideja 1994 album cut

Giovanni Tommaso compilation (6D-05)

  • “Square Dance in Tokio” 1972 album cut
  • “Django” with pianist John Lewis, drummer Tullio De Piscopo, and percussionist Jonathan Scully live
  • “Novembre” with the Giovanni Tommaso Quintet including Flavio Boltro on trumpet, Roberto Gatto on drums, Danilo Rea on piano, and Tommaso on bass 1988 album cut
  • “Techno Jazz” with the Giovanni Tommaso Quintet including Paolo Fresu on flugelhorn, Piero Lodice on drums, Danilo Rea on piano, Piero Tonolo on tenor sax, and Tommaso on bass 1998 album cut
  • “O zone mio” with the Giovanni Tommaso Quintet including Flavio Boltro on trumpet, Roberto Gatto on drums, Danilo Rea on piano, and Tommaso on bass 1988 album cut
  • Barney Kessel Trio with Giovanni Tommaso on double bass and Vincenzo Restuccia and Daniel Humair on drums 1968
  • “Profumo di donna (Woman’s Perfume)” with Tommasso-Rava Quartet including Stefano Bollani on piano, Roberto Gatto on drums, Enrico Rava on saxophone, and Tommasso on bass 2005 album cut video
  • “Bambini salvate la terra” with the Giovanni Tommaso Quintet including Bebo Ferra on guitar, Claudio Filippini on piano, Anthony Pinciotti on drums, Daniele Scannapiece on saxophone, and Tommaso on bass 2007 album cut
  • bassist Giovanni Tommaso with drummer Franco Mondini and pianist Amedeo Tommasi live 2012
  • interview with Giovanni Tommaso in 2011

Heart And Soul” compilation (6D-04)

  • Valeria Nicoletta, Claudio Passavanti, and Stefano Torossi’s “Heart And Soul” 2001
  • Federico Ferrandina‘s “Green Power” 2012
  • Tito Rinesi’s “Mirra2008
  • The Woodstock Band with Leonardo Svidercoschi‘s “Persuasion” live in 2012
  • Luca Proietti’s and Stefano Torossi‘s “Going West” 1993
  • Leonardo Svidercoschi, Ari Takahashi, and Stefano Torossi‘s “Bamboo Garden” 2008
  • Piero Montanari’s “Ghost No. 1” 1999
  • Valeria Nicoletta‘s “La Passione Di Cristo” 2011

Each of these artists is on one or more of the following ExtraBall Records’ releases, including Lotus Flowers: Relaxing Music for Yoga Exercise (2013), Alma Carioca: A Fine Brazilian Bossa Nova Collection (2013), and Ethnic Nights: Sensual World Music Atmospheres (2013).

“Wild West” compilation (6D-03)

  • Stefano Torossi and Alessandro Varzi’s “Wild West” 2012
  • Piero Umiliani with Maurizio Majorana’s “Railroad” 1971
  • Valeria Nicoletta‘s “Burrascata” 2009
  • Tito Rinesi’s “Mesa del Diablo” 1994
  • Luca Proietti and Stefano Torossi’s “Sunshine Song” 1993
  • Roberto Masala live solo in 2012
  • Claudio Gizzi’s “Frankenstein’s Theme” 1993
  • Antonello Vannucchi and Simone Sciumnata’s “Detours” 2012
  • Claudio Pizzale and Stefano Torossi’s “Time Is Money” 1993
  • Valeria Nicoletta, Luca Proietti, and Stefano Torossi‘s “Exotic Sahara” 2013

Each of these artists is on one or more of the following ExtraBall Records’ releases, including Music For Shopping: Lounge Grooves For Your Store (2013), Margaux Wine Bar: The Jazz Collection, Vol. 1 (2013), Margaux Wine Bar: The Jazz Collection, Vol. 2 (2013), Trip To Damascus: Arabian World Music (2013), and Blue Gin: Sophisticated Lounge Music Night (2013).

“Slowhand Blues” compilation (6D-02)

  • Stefano Torossi and Alessandro Varzi‘s “Slowhand Blues” 2012
  • I Marc 4 with Edda Dell’Orso and Maurizio Majorana‘s “On The Rain” 1970s
  • Federico Ferrandina’s “Meant For Two” 2013
  • Antonello Vannucchi’s live solo in 2007
  • Piero Montanari and Danilio Mosetti’s “Masked Superheroes” 2013
  • The Flippers with Romolo Forlai and Stefano Torossi’s “Baci Cha Cha Cha” 1961
  • Leondardo Svidercoschi, Ari Takahashi, and Stefano Torossi’s “East Meets West” 2008 and a bonus track
  • Luis Bacalov and Edda Dell’Orso’s “Lo Chiamavano King (His Name Is King)” 1971 [from Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained 2012 soundtrack]

Each of these artists is on one or more of the following ExtraBall Records’ releases, including Tango De Pasion: Best Tango And Milonga Tracks (2013), Old Town Jazz Café: A Vintage Collection (2013), and Peace of Mind: Ambient & New Age Relaxing Soundspheres (2013).

“Lazy Afternoon” compilation (6D-01)

  • Stefano Torossi’s “Lazy Afternoon” 2013
  • Federico Ferrandina‘s “What We Are” 2012
  • Tito Rinesi‘s “Salomè” 2012
  • Giovanni Russo with the students and faculty of l’Ecole de Musique de Mertzwiller live in 2005
  • Leonardo Svidercoschi, Ari Takahashi, and Stefano Torossi‘s “Bamboo Garden” 2008
  • Mauro Galluccio‘s “Goccia Di Rugiada” 2010
  • Roberto Conrado and Piero Montanari‘s “Frog In Love” 2010
  • Federico Ferrandina, Ana Karina Rossi, Javier Salnisky, and Alessandro Belli’s “Milonga Sentimental” live in 2011
  • Massimo Catalano and Stefano Torossi‘s “Nose Up” 1993

Each of these artists is on one or more of the following ExtraBall Records’ releases, including Torna a Surriento: Italian Traditional Folk Songs (2013), Samskara Lounge Bar: Oriental Lounge Atmospheres (2013), Swing The Moon: A Great Swing and Bebop Collection (2013), and Soul Delight: 15 New Age Songs To Relax (2013).

 

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