* “Vito played fretless bass on a track I was producing and did an amazing job, not only performance-wise, but the sound quality of the file he sent was great. His bass line elevated the track to amazing heights!! Plus he is a beautiful soul and very easy to communicate with.”
* David Vito Gregoli’s guitar was superb and intuitive! I would recommend him for any recording or live gig within his very broad spectrum of style & talent! A joy to work with!”
* “He is stylistically diverse, making it very easy to move between genres and feel completely held in knowledge and expertise.”
David Vito Gregoli is a producer, composer and multi-instrumentalist who creates genre-defying music that is fresh and expansive. Whether laying down killer guitar tracks, composing original music or adding depth and polish to artists he produces, Vito brings integrity and unique artistry to music that defies pigeon-holes. He calls himself a ‘sound painter’ and uses the computer as another instrument to create his signature ‘textured’ compositions.
Vito’s early musical roots are in pop, rock, jazz and blues, with some shades of The Beatles, Eric Clapton and Jeff Beck. Hailed as a guitar virtuoso in his teens, Vito worked regularly around the L.A. club scene, soaking up technique and style. In college, he took a right turn towards classical music with an emphasis in Renaissance music, composition, and Spanish guitar. The Latin influence later flowered into his CD Organic Nylon, classical guitar laced with jazzy, South-of-the-Border flavor and sensuality. Vito’s classical studies naturally led him to scoring film, TV and theatre projects, and all the while, his tasty guitar continued to be a spotlight in many popular LA-based bands and studio sessions.
Vito’s spiritual quest led him to the World Music scene where he began his exciting experimentation with global instruments, from sitar to charango, culminating in his award-nominated album, Primordial Sonics. Along the way he launched his own label, Dharmapala Records to better showcase his eclectic collaborations as musical director for many singer/songwriters, most recently with Kimberly Haynes and her debut project, Awaken Me and the follow up In Dreams. Vito’s interests in the healing power of music seamlessly combined with his classical background to blend his expansive experiments in New Age music expressed in his first release as an artist called Yoga Heart Healing. Vito played on the grammy nominated album by Jai Uttal, as well as albums by Al Jewer and Andy Mitran, Grayhawk, Porter Singer, jazz artist Kathy Sanborn, new age flautist Mark Seelig and Donna DeLory.
Vito looks forward to his next musical adventure, wherever it may lead!
Albums which feature David Vito Gregoli:
Diverse, cross-cultural, exotic, melodic, ancient, modern, acoustic, orchestral, spiritual, techno
For years Jai Uttal has occupied a special place in the vanguard of the world music movement, delighting an international audience by embracing an extraordinary variety of cultures and musical traditions ranging from Appalachia to the rock of the 1960s to the Kirtan chants of ancient India. With Mondo Rama, his new release on Narada/Virgin, he breaks still new ground, pushing the boundaries of contemporary world fusion and yet offering his most accessible music to date—an infectious blend that aims Uttal right at a pop mainstream audience.
Features David Vito Gregoli on electric, acoustic and classical guitars, sitars – as well co producing one song.
It is a crazy time in the world. It is time to focus on justice and humanitY
Along with composer/pianist Wendy Loomis and poet/spoken word artist Royal Kent, “We All Bleed Red” includes COPUS members bassist Patrick Mahon and singer Amorelle Applin along with guest artists drummer Robbie Hammett and guitarist Vito Gregoli.
Produced by GRAMMY nominee Yaron Fuchs.
Recollecting You is a romantic tour de force that I defy you to pause once you start listening to it.
The songs cover a range of romantic sensations, like waiting breathlessly for a lover to arrive for a rendezvous, getting swept up in the heightened sensations of a new affair, feeling the void of a lover lost, and finding a path back to love in the aftermath, yet it also touches on the love born of family and friendship.
Features the jazz guitar stylings of David Vito Gregoli
Best New Age Music Album 2019, New Age Music Guide
Unprecedented in scope, Voice of the Ancestors, seduces the listener with eight emotionally-rich world-new age tracks. Complementing Grayhawk’s state-of-the-art keyboard & synthesizer sonorities, we are graced on the title track, Voice of the Ancestors, with the ambient guitar of David Vito Gregoli.
Jewer and Mitran turn their attention towards world fusion sound with a celebratory sonic journey
“Featuring collaborations with twenty-two talented musicians, the compositions traverse across many musical landscapes as they meet up with familiar friends along the way. Nearly all of the tracks feature the duo s varying ethnic percussion, flutes, keyboards and synthesizers, plus each of the contributing artists signature instruments, which include varying kinds of flutes, bass, guitars, brass instruments, ethnic instruments, and a light sprinkling of vocals.”
David Vito Gregoli co wrote and co produced the title song and played guitars, sitar and charango.
Devotional vocalist Porter Singer
Dedicated to the hinu deity Raam, this song features contributions by producer instrumentalist Monica Page Subia, percussionist Prem Vidu and David Vito Gregoli on bass.
Bathe in the enchanting soaring vocals of Kimberly Haynes in her exquisite new release.
With songs in English, Spanish, Hebrew, Sanskrit and Portuguese, the listener will be irresistibly drawn into the heart space with unique and lilting versions of familiar, beloved songs and prayers. The vibrant instrumentation will enchant you with charango, sansula, medicine drums, didjeridu, monolina and other instruments both exotic and familiar. an album born out of many nights of prayer with beloved sisters and brothers. Bringing these specials songs and chants to a wider audience is such a gift, and my hope is that they will stir the soul of the listener as deeply as they have stirred my own.”
Engineered and co arranged by David Vito Gregoli, who also plays guitars, charango, percussion, bass, keyboards and flute.
World Music for Environmental Consciousness from Grammy Winner Kej
Grammy winner Ricky Kej has done it again, and has taken his passion for environmental consciousness through music to a whole new level. Collaborating with 500 musicians (for real!) in 40 countries, each piece on this record is a plea for unification, for awareness, for love and compassion.
Vito was fortunate enough to get to engineer one of the sessions. “I’m so honored to have made a small contribution to this epic project”