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Nacho García: Piano (1, 2, 3) Keyboards (4, 6)
Niño de Elche: Voice (1)
Gustavo Domínguez: Bass clarinet (2, 3, 5)
Moisés Alcántara: French horn (2, 3, 5)
Marco Serrato: Double bass (2)
Rafael Femiano: Electric guitar (4)
All music written and produced by David Cordero at Knockturne Studios.
Mixed at La Mina Studios by Raúl Pérez & David Cordero, Sevilla.
Mastered by Ian Hawgood.
Photograph by Juan A. Romero
Artwork design by Sr. Gómez & Srta. Swallow.
Without the help of these people this record would not have been possible: Juan A. Romero, Juan G. Acosta, Ricardo Lezón, Edu Guzmán, Ritxar Oleaga, Marco Serrato, Moisés Alcántara, Nacho García, Rafael Femiano, Francisco Contreras Molina, Gustavo Domínguez, Raúl Pérez, Iván Gómez, Laia Delgado, Xavier Castroviejo, Federico Durand and Ian Hawgood.
Thank you so much for sharing this experience with me.
Dedicated to my family.
from El rumor del oleaje,
released January 15, 2016
*The record emerges as a wish of wellness, the feeling of being at peace with myself and my isolation. All of us confront the sea in different ways, being that not all the waves are the same. That is the starting point for this work, to render through these songs the healing impact the waves have on me when I face them. That's why I went on board with my friend Juan A. Romero on a trip through different beaches between Bizkaia and Cádiz, searching water sounds that would broadcast the emotions and memories to immerse in them.
These recordings have dates, hours and specific tides. Each song is a beach, a story, a different wave. El Rumor del Oleaje is what you hear when you close your eyes and you can submerge in yourself. I hope you like it.
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