Mondo takes its name from the Italian mondo film genre born in the '60s, characterized by documentary-like content concerning topics from around the world ("mondo"). The Mondo label's goal is to produce music that is descriptive of concepts, images, and environments. Mondo is inspired by library music frequently used as theme or background music in radio, film, and television in that very same period. Production music libraries typically offer a broad range of musical styles and genres describing everything from deserts to war and sports. Library music composers and session performers had no constraint at all. They typically worked anonymously, have rarely become known outside their professional circle, and have produced what probably is the most creative music catalog ever. The Mondo productions started with four releases to describe locations, dedicated to seascapes; scenarios range from sea fauna to poaching, from natural parks to sea dunes. Landscapes surrounded by plains, mountains, lakes, forests, beaches, and marches. A land that still recalls legends, fantastic tales that tell the story, the events, the origin of a real place, when past and present coexist in perfect harmony. Four records to describe the seasons. A journey through the rise and fall of the sun, the bright light of a spring day, the warm wind that dissolves the sand on its way to the rainy season. This CD collects these four records, released individually in 2015: Precipizio (MONDO 001EP), Laguna (MONDO 002EP), Dune (MONDO 003EP), and Selva (MONDO 004EP), with music by L.U.C.A., Rotla, Studio 22, and Odeon.