"...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.
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