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Patience - Greta Gertler - The Baby That Brought Bad Weather (CD, Album)

9 thoughts on “ Patience - Greta Gertler - The Baby That Brought Bad Weather (CD, Album)

  1. Goltigor
    Gertler's got a smart web site featuring two excellent songs from her debut CD, The Baby That Brought Bad Weather, and this is exactly what all musicians should do--give you a couple of songs that are compelling enough to make you want to go and buy the whole CD. Of course, not everyone's songs are quite that good.
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  2. Maurn
    Signed CD copies of 'Walking the Cat' EP + "The Universal Thump" double album () + Greta's solo album "The Baby That Brought Bad Weather" + a love letter from the road + plus a hand-made, whale-inspired Universal Thump CAT TOY (also fun for a dog, bird, lizard, guinea pig or baby).
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  3. Mazuzshura
    Australian record company founded in Labels that are assosciated, managed or distributed through this venture include Groovescooter, 12k, Room40, and Silent Recordings. They also manage their own label Vitamin (2). Please use this entry for company roles, and the .
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  4. Mikakree
    "Gertler is, at heart, a pop songwriter, but the strains of a broader musical palette can be heard throughout "The Baby that Brought Bad Weather". There are a little New Orleans swing and slow-burning torch songs, a touch of Joni Mitchell (and Robyne Dunn) and a looser approach that suggests the openness of jazz.".
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  5. Voodoorisar
    - Alan Young, Lucid Culture Greta met THE EXTROVERTS whilst tooltail waitressing at Barbes, a popular music venue in Brooklyn. Some hear Rufus Wainwright, other Aimee Mann. Her debut solo release "The Baby That Brought Bad Weather" () is a lush, orchestral pop album featuring over 30 of New York's finest musicians.
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  6. Vozilkree
    Produced by Noah Simon and Greta Gertler. Engineered and mixed by Noah Simon at Jarvis Studios, NYC. Additional Recording on tracks 1, 5 & 8 at Shelter Island, NYC.
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  7. Gushicage
    The Baby That Brought Bad Weather by Greta Gertler Review "Greta Gertler's "Everyone Wants to Adore You" is chic and melodic, with a totally elegant production." -- Joe Viglione, All Music Guide Greta Gertler is distinguished by an ability to balance streetwise rock aggression with radio-smart hooks."5/5(2).
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  8. Goltishakar
    Jun 13,  · This album doesn’t have much of the former, but there’s a lot of the latter. How delicious. This is Australian expat singer/keyboardist Greta Gertler’s third consecutive brilliant album. Her first one, The Baby That Brought Bad Weather (recorded after her second one), was a meticulously arranged pop masterpiece.
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  9. Salmaran
    Greta Gertler "Everyone Wants to Adore You" The Baby That Brought Bad Weather (self released) Avishai Cohen "Elli" Continuo Razdaz Rebecca Martin "Learning" People Behave Like Ballads Max Jazz Claire Muldaur and the Reasons "Go Back" (demo) Live performance and chat with Peter Eldridge (Listen to this set: Pop‑up).
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