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by Caro Pampillo

Dive into SINDHU. Dive into her Universe of sound with colors and textures. Let your soul rest and be happy while enjoying this beautiful ride.
Genre: New Age: Progressive Alternative
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Om Namah Shivaya
7:09 $0.99
2. Om Shanti
7:38 $0.99
3. I Shin Den Shin
5:47 $0.99
4. Om Mani Padme Hum
7:26 $0.99
5. Gate Heart Mantra
8:42 $0.99
6. Nai'a Narayanaya
7:06 $0.99
7. Har Hari
7:08 $0.99
8. Om
8:12 $0.99
9. Signos de Amar
4:27 $0.99
10. Signs of Love
4:28 $0.99
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Album Notes
All songs by Caro Pampillo (except Om Shanti - Caro Pampillo/Lucas Villemur)
Recorded and Produced by: Caro Pampillo
Mixed by: Mario Siperman and Caro Pampillo - Engineered and Mastered by: Mario Siperman at El Loto Azul Mastering
Caro Pampillo: vocals, background vocals, acoustic guitar, Venezuelan cuatro, programming, looping, Tibetan bowls and chimes.
Lucas Villemur: keyboards, electric guitar / Gerardo Gardelin: piano, strings
Christian Tomas: Classical and electric guitar / Diego Gago: Oud, ute
Javier Pomposiello: Venezuelan cuatro / Gustavo Roca: acoustic guitar
Dave Norwoog: tablas / Mario Siperman: Moog synth, theravox
Mushu: purring in OM
Special thanks: Gary “Dov” Gertzweig: electric 5 string violin, acoustic violin,
viola, sitar, string samples

Introducing this New Age album debut from the multifaceted artist Caro Pampillo. Using universal mantras and her own lyrics
translated to Sanskrit so the words became melodies that enhance the musical journey. Caro has developed her own unique sound
as a composer and a producer, combining her South American roots with many other world inuences, live looping her voice
and other instruments. "SINDHU" (Sanskrit for sea, ocean, river, or water) is the name she chose for her alter ego and her concept album.
She composed, produced and arranged this concept album aer starting in a very intuitive way. Caro recorded nature’s sounds and animals like birds, dolphins, a rooster, and the purring of her cat. On top of these she sang universal mantras and translated her
own lyrics to Sanskrit so the words became melodies that enhance the musical journey. Later, several amazing professional musicians who understood her concept and vision and fell in love with her music, agreed to record their instrumentals for the album.



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Kathy Parsons

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"Sindhu" is the first full-length album from Caro Pampillo, a singer/ songwriter/ actress who was born in Venezuela and grew up in Argentina. The title is Sanskrit for sea, ocean, river, or water, and Pampillo feels that she is from the world’s oceans. Her acting career began as a young teenager in a musical TV series in Buenos Aires and she has had a critically-acclaimed and commercially-successful career for more than 20 years. She is now an independent artist with a social conscience and an environmental awareness, and is currently living in a beautiful country treehouse on Hawaii’s Big Island where she can focus on her music.

The ten songs on "Sindhu" use universal mantras and Pampillo’s own lyrics translated to Sanskrit. She has developed her unique sound as a composer and a producer by combining her South American roots with many other world influences, as well as by live looping her voice and other instruments. She wrote all ten songs on the album, one of which was co-composed with her son, Lucas Villemur. In addition to vocals (background as well as lead), Pampillo plays acoustic guitar, Venezuelan cuarto, programming, live looping, Tibetan bowls and chimes. Other musicians include Villemur on keyboards and electric guitar; Gerardo Gardelin on piano and strings; and Gary “Dov” Gertzweig on electric five-string violin, acoustic violin, viola, sitar and string samples. Pampillo’s cat, Mushu, also makes a special appearance by purring on “OM”!

Overall, the music is very relaxing, as Caro Pampillo’s voice is hypnotic and very soothing. Moving with the slow, smooth grace of a body of water, the instrumentation combined with the repetitive mantras creates a gentle atmosphere that is unhurried and stress-free. Most of the tracks run between seven and nine minutes each, giving each piece plenty of time to enchant and mesmerize. It is interesting to note that Pampillo started this project by recording the sounds of nature and animals such as birds, dolphins, a rooster and the purring of her cat. She then recorded the universal mantras and her own lyrics over those sounds, adding the instrumentation last with musicians who understood her concept and vision. The final mixing and mastering of the album was coordinated by Caro from Hawaii with Gary “Dov” Gertzweig in Los Angeles and Mario Siperman in Argentina.

"Sindhu" is a unique and fascinating project as well as a beautiful recording!

R J Lannan - Artisan Music Reviews

Aqua Pura
Caro Pampillo
Aqua Pura
Water is the life giver, the nourisher, the source of many of our beliefs. The theme for musician Caro Pampillo’s new album is water. Sindhu is the Sanskrit word that can mean ocean, river, and rain. All varieties of water. Pampillo’s eight mantra album offers up humble and loving prayers to Water. From actress to musician Caro Pampillo believes that water plays an essential part not only in her life, but in all life. Caro wrote the music for the album as well as co-producing it. The music is a blend of New Age and World genres with a few others making an appearance. Overall the compositions are smooth and at the same time energetic. Hidden in there are some loves song, but more about that later. Joining Pampillo on Sindhu are Mario Siperman, Lucas Villemur, Christian Tomas, Javier Pomposiello, Gabriel Roca, Diego Gago, Dave Norwood, and Gary “Dov” Gertzweig.
Om Namah Shivaya begins with a deep breath, a single note, and a bell in the background. Pampillo’s sweet voice sings this mantra in a soft and gentle manner, but you can feel her restrained exuberance in the song. It is as if she wants to burst forth with her strong belief at any second. As in most of the songs, there is an overall message of peace.
The greeting of peace and calm are matched with the sound of the known universe in the song Om Shanti. Keyboard, guitar, and quiet percussion join in a warm entreaty. One of my favorites on Sindhu is called I Shin Den Shin. It is completely understandable that we take great ideas from one place and use them in others. The words actually come from an old Chinese proverb, used by Japanese culture, and they are handed to us like a gift. It means “To speak by heart to heart” or “to speak to mind, from mind.” In other words, to speak without actually using words. Pampillo’s song is a tender message of acknowledgment from one soul to another.
Om Mani Padme Om is a love song. I can hear Caro’s love of her Gods and for her world. There is a deep, sensual element in the song that is translated as love for all. With the wind blowing, the voices rise into the heavens in the song Gate Heart Mantra. The gate in this instance is to your heart. All you need do is open it and the world will coming flowing to you. Understanding will come into your heart. This is another gentle song with Caro’s compassionate voice and her dreamy music. OM has purring in it. What I think is the purring of a cat and the toll of a single bell opens the tune OM. The music is quite dramatic. The intro builds, the echoing vocal commences, and with the violin, swirls in and out of the music. This is an ambient tune full of drifting sounds, breathy whispers, and sensual hums.
Signos de Amar or Signs of Love is sung both in English and Spanish, Pampillo’s lingua maternal. It is a dynamic song with a lot of rises in the vocal and Caro does a fine job. Love is definitely all around us according to Caro’s dynamic ballad. And so is water. We are water. We need water. We worship water. But I understand from Caro Pampillo’s album that love flows like water. Caro’s voice is light and sincere in every cut. I liked the album and I look forward to hearing more from this artist and learning more about her ideals.