Surfing on cold icy weather

Finnish Graffiti - Rautalankaa Ja Beat-musiikkia 1961-65 is a Beat/Surf Finnish compilation made by Finnlevy label.

Blurred sunsets over Rome

Delirium Of The Senses - Psychedelia In Italian Cinema is an Italian Beat/Psychedelic film music compilation made by English label Bella Casa.

Reverberations of the cosmic background

Janko Nilović (1941) is a pianist, arranger and composer of Montenegrin and Greek descent who was born in Turkey and has lived in France since 1960; he has published many works, most of them on library labels not available for sale to the public. His oeuvre stretches from Classical, Jazz, and Funk to Pop, Psychedelia, and Easy Listening.

Tripping into Lombardy

Beat Psichedelico Alla Celluloide is an Italian Space age/Psychedelic/Lounge cinema music compilation made by Italian label Giallo Records.

Catching aerials spying

Barry Gray (1908, Lancashire, England - 1984, Guernsey, Channel Islands) was a British musician and composer best known for his collaborations with television and film producer Gerry Anderson.

Born into a musical family, studied diligently and became a student at the Manchester Royal College of Music and at Blackburn Cathedral. He studied composition under the Hungarian born émigré composer Matyas Seiber.

In 1956 Gray joined Gerry Anderson's AP Films and scored its first marionette puppet television series, The Adventures of Twizzle. This was followed by Torchy The Battery Boy and Four Feather Falls, His association with Anderson lasted throughout the 1960s. Although best known for his score to Thunderbirds (in particular the "March of the Thunderbirds" title music), Gray's work also included the themes to all the other "Supermarionation" productions, including Fireball XL5, Stingray, Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons and Joe 90

Additionally, Gray is known as the composer for the Anderson live-action series of the 1970s, such as UFO and Space: 1999. His work in cinema included the scores to the Thunderbirds feature films Thunderbirds Are Go (1966) and Thunderbird 6 (1968), and the live-action science-fiction drama Doppelgänger (1969)).

Barry Gray - The Secret Service