GRETA'S BAKERY MUSIC
"Shattered/Sgretolata" is a 360 degree picture of Greta
eclectic musical persona and her virtuoso artistic journey; a unique journey that cannot be defined by genre or style. The album features many guests: Claudio "Greg"
(acclaimed Italian actor) lyricist and guest singer on "
No", drummer Mauricio
from New York City, Francesco
one of the most talented Italian jazz guitarists and three pillars of Italian jazz saxophone as such as Max
The original version of "Un anno d'amore" (A Year of Love) written by French-Italian singer Nino Ferrer entitled "C'est irreparable" made famous by Dalida, a charming french singer in many ways similar to the character of Mina. Greta Panettieri interprets the song in the original language, French, which reveals new meanings compared to the Italian version contained in the album "Non gioco più " (Play no more).
non gioco piu'
Non Gioco Più’ is a record that brings together two different worlds: the smoky and tumultuous world of Jazz and the comfortable soothing world of the Italian 60's with its songs and famous
night shows that used to bring together family and friends. An old school record, tracked all together to get that magic energy that only live music has. Greta realized this album with her great friends and companions Andrea Sammartino, Armando Sciommeri, Giuseppe Bassi and with some amazing special guests, Alfonso Deidda, Gaetano Partipilo e Fabrizio Bosso.
Greta's Bakery new album "Under Control" is an album full of different influences and vibes, from jazz to funk with a touch of pop and soul music. Coming from jazz singer/composer Greta Panettieri and pianist/composer/producer Andrea Sammartino have written every song with the idea of making an interesting but suitable for all record. All songs have very strong personalities also thanks the the wide arrangements the use of some vintage sounds and analog synths making it all fascinating and rich.
Brazilian Nights Live at ZincBar
This album is a comp of three magical shows that took place at ZincBar in the core of NYC West Village. The repertoire ranges from classic Brazilian hits like 'Mas Que Nada' (Jorge Bem) and Aquele Abraco (Gilberto Gil) to more sophisticated compositions like Bebe (Hermeto Pascoal) and Beijo Partido (Toninho Horta). The great interplay among the band members creates wonderful moments of improvisations able to take the listener back in the days of the most intense Jazz vanguard.
The edge of everything
On their self-titled first album, the multitalented, multicultural New York-based trio known as Greta’s Bakery draw upon their diverse backgrounds and common creative chemistry to deliver a remarkably accomplished, consistently intoxicating debut. Those numbers showcase the band’s formidable songwriting abilities, wide-ranging instrumental talents and inventive arranging skills, as well as Greta’s charismatic vocals, which range from seamless jazz scatting to intimate introspection.