These library music catalogues were all brought out around about 1969/70, and the music they contain tries to follow the trendiest fashions of those times, also in the records of pure atmosphere. The composers’ creativity played the leading role in these catalogues.
FLIPPER PSYCHOUT is only a small part of what is found inside the historical catalogue of Flipper Music, with real sound effects to give you an idea of the eccentricity of composers such as Sandro Brugnolini, Amedeo Tommasi, Alessandro Alessandroni, Roberto Conrado. The first two started off as modern jazz musicians recording for Italian RCA, whereas Alessandro Alessandroni is the famous whistler in Ennio Morricone’s music composed for Sergio Leone’s spaghetti westerns. Roberto Conrado was the drummer in two Italian beat groups, The Go Karts and Gli Apostoli (The Apostles), but also the arranger for the famous Italian singer Renato Zero.