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View From The Moon by Greta Panettieri

Greta Panettieri just came out with a new song called 'View from the moon'. View from the moon is an interesting mix between old and contemporary music. The song recalls the sound of the old swing orchestras through a powerful brass arrangement bringing the listener 'back in the days' with the '40s stile vocal harmonies of the background vocals. The result is a refreshing mix of a sophisticated 'Euro Swing' sound and a danceable kick drum on the downbeat.

"It's the dream of every human being to be free to fly on the outer space, for centuries poets and all kind of artist have been inspired by the moon and all that could be related to that mysterious beautiful far away dimension" Greta says. "Who as a kid wouldn't want to be an astronaut bo feel that complete and extreme sense of liberation, no bounds no strings no limits just infinite beauty ... So here I go with my dream of flying into the outer space. The music gets inspiration from the big swing orchestras of Count Basie and Duke Ellington cause that's the music I always wanted to sing".

View From The Moon will be available on digital stores starting September 9th.

Additional Info

  • Artist / Group Name: Greta Panettieri
  • CD Title: View From The Moon
  • Genre: Jazz Vocals
  • Tracks: View From The Moon
  • Musicians: Greta Panettieri
Last modified on Monday, 12 September 2011 22:19
View From The Moon
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