Kick ass ltalian label Intervallo is reissuing a bunch of nature themed library music LPs. Now, for those of you that don't know what library music is: it's music done by composers for its usage on TV, and film, but it's a cheaper option than having a big name composer do the soundtrack for your film.
"Second reissue (of seven planned) of the amazing nature-themed series of libraries released in the first half of the Seventies by labels Cardium, Chic, Nereide, Musical, Rhombus, Spring and Weekend. These are seven albums which have never been reissued, until now: real collector’s items which acquired the status of minor cult in the years.
Ittiologia was released in 1973 and it features music by composers such as Alessandro Alessandroni, Amedeo Tommasi – both under his real name and his alias Atmo – and Franco Tamponi, and is a rare and delicate experiment in the art of balancing experimental music and classic Italian libraries of the Seventies."
The vinyl is currently sold out, but you can get the digital and it's totally worth your time. Alessandroni, Tommasi, and Tamponi are library music heavyweights.