Enrico Galetta | 48 Hour Odyssey

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48 Hour Odyssey

by Enrico Galetta

A collection of contemporary jazz compositions accross different style, funk, rock and jazz-fusion.
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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1. High Damper
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2. 48 Hour Odyssey
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5:37 album only
3. Apulia Arabian Night
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6:04 album only
4. Love Despite the Distance
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7:34 album only
5. Sant'Isaia Street
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6. L'illy Time
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7. White Smoke Rising
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8. Be Part Of It
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"...Enrico Galetta's bass playing demonstrates refined technical skill, dynamic sensitivity, and musical maturity. His energy and versatility likewise make him an asset to any musical situation. I am confident we will be hearing his name mentioned a lot more as time goes on..." - Adam Nitti

"...I applaud Enrico for his tasty fretless work, supremely interesting grooves, tone and compositions. A lot of work obviously went into this CD and it shows..." - Damian Erskine - Bass Musician Magazine

"...An album which is absolutely recommended to lovers of the electric bass (and drums) and also to those who want to approach a contemporary jazz that has a melodic vocation..." - Massimiliano Cerreto - JazzItalia

"...48 Hour Odyssey first went into my CD player in mid-July, stayed there for two weeks straight, and is still in heavy rotation..." - Brian Sharples - Bass World Radio

"...Full of energy and 100% old school..." - Lothar Trampert - Gitarre & Bass Magazine

Enrico Galetta, bass player, composer and music teacher, was born in Italy but currently shares his time between Atlanta and Bologna.
His musical background has brought him to work, both in Italy and the States, with artists such as Bill Hart, Adam Nitti, Rod McGaha, Marcus Finnie, Michael Whittaker, Jonathan Jackson, Randy Hoexter, Tom Knight and many more…
A versatile musician, he is also active in the teaching field, collaborating with important didactic structures like the Atlanta Institute of Music.
Furthermore, he has played in many international music events such as the Jacksonville Jazz Festival, the Euro Bass Day, Musikmesse, Disma and Sound Expo.
As composer, his debut solo album “48 Hour Odyssey”, produced by Adam Nitti, is rich with jazz, funk, and fusion sounds.

Keep up to date with the latest Enrico Galetta news at:
http://www.enricogaletta.com


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Vitali T

great!
Awesome record! Great musicians and amazing music! Thanks Enrico!

Manuel Muzzu -

Can't stop listen
I really can't stop to listening.......great musician....great sound.....great album....thank you for your music !!!

christophe mary

Splendide
Fantastic job for a great bassist, with a gem production. The music is exactly what we like: generous and fresh as Enrico is as a person all the time. Congratulations

Fabiola

It is an Inspiration!
Enrico!! Your an amazing artist and your cd is such a good work!! Im gonna buy it for sure!! Ohh and im gonna tell my friends about it,they are gonna love it! My favorite song is "Apulia Arabian Night" :D

Good luck,fabiola.

P.S Remember about Puerto Rico your gonna love it!

Teddy Corby

Something for Everyone
Whatever your mood is, this cd's got something for everyone. There's slow songs for those seeking the laid back vibe, and then there's upbeat energetic numbers for people who want to get the funk out. Top-notch musicianship and clever songwriting are apparent in each cut. I highly recommend this sonic adventure.

Jeff Baker

Galetta Grooves!
Whether he's laying down a funk-inflected groove or stepping out with a singing fretless line, Enrico Galetta shows a multi-faceted mastery of the bass guitar. But there's more to this album than stellar bass playing. Memorable, well written songs and a lineup of amazing musicians make Galetta's debut an album that begs to be enjoyed over and over again. Check it out! You'll be glad you did!

Ezio Delli Ponti

perfect!
Amazing album...!
Great Enrico!! Waiting for your second work!

Ela Formisano and Guy Stoops

World Class Bass Playing
When it comes to great bass playing with a tight rhythm section and a haunting melody that incorporates luscious female vocals, the track "Apulia Arabian Night" stands from the rest in terms of technique, sophistication and sensuality. The deep pounding rhythm intertwines with a very subtle bass line reminiscent of Larry Antonino, Brian Bromberg and Wayman Tisdale. Quite an infectious pace and a beautifully well mixed musicianship that keeps growing on you. World class bass playing with an Italian touch that may lack sufficient air play to be fully appreciated by a discerning audience

Roman

Just a very good album!
It seems Enrico Galetta came to us out of nowhere. But be sure, this Italian master of bass guitar has something to say and especially to play!
His debut solo album "48 hour odyssey" is chock-full of interesting ideas presented in music and shows Enrico's great bass playing. I have read a couple of reviews about the album before I listened to it. And being intrigued and moved by curiosity I got the disc. And I need to say I was more than just nicely surprised by hearing Enrico's amazing stuff!!!! The man's able to create compositions with strong sense of melody, which allows all of these eight tracks to stand on their own as memorable tunes, and he clearly puts this ahead of merely devising ways to show off his ability as a really good bass guitar player. The album will give you an unforgettable, groovy jazz fusion stuff along with Enrico's high professional, intense and really interesting bass guitar playing! This is a truly worth-hearing album! Don't doubt, check it out!! And I am more than sure that after listening to "48 hour odyssey", you will be craved for getting and listening to his next forthcoming solo album!
Love music! Roman. Russia.