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Piel de Arena

by Inés Basombrío

"Piel de arena" is woman in contact with the elements, with nature, and with man, through skin. Her dramas vanish through caress of wind, water, sand, soil, sound, and warmth both from sun and man. It is about healing emotionally.
Genre: Easy Listening: Mood Music
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1. Manos de Alfarero
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2. Imán
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3. Piel de Arena
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4. Vibrar Sin Tocarte
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5. Piel o Palabras
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6. Desde el Cielo
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7. Botija Maula
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8. Sueña Despierta
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9. Yo por Mi (feat. Alvaro Fenocchi)
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10. Desarma y Sangra
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11. Sentir Tu Piel
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12. Gleichgueltigkeit (En Vivo)
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13. Zamba por Vos (En Vivo)
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14. Río de Tigres (En Vivo)
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
ABOUT “PIEL DE ARENA” (SKIN OF SAND or SAND SKIN) (See credits, below)

"- Mom, is it God who chooses us, or is it us, who choose God?
- Why?
- Because, if it's me who is to choose God, I choose the God of Sea." (Ch.S., 6 years old, after surfing for the first time)

The name of the cd PIEL DE ARENA (SAND SKIN), is given by the homologous song, inspired by the coast of Montevideo, where Inés lived for ten years, and recorded her two albums.

She was feeling misunderstood, misinterpreted, and, together with the songwriting, this coast was the healing gift from nature, at that moment of her life.

She wanted no more arguments or statements, but feelings, perceptions, real and present moment. The senses are the ones that bring us to living here and now. Arguments mostly take us to the past. And it was time for change.

The first song of the album is called “manos de alfarero” (hands of a potter). Should in fact be called “hands of a sculptor” but, sometimes, sound decides , you know.

It is woman being able to perceive her shape only by his hands, as if he was building her from clay. If she is not touched, her own image disappears from her mind. All presented in an artistic, honest and careful way.

Well, it is also about missing someone who is absent, and then needing some time to acknowledge that person not as a stranger, but as the one, again.

It’s a song full of beauty, in its metaphors.

The second song is called “Imán”, which means “Magnet”. The skin of one as a magnet to the skin of the other part. And the “loose iron filings” of each one, ordered through the magnet of the other.

It is also about dying and rebirthing within a relationship, and still being conscious of who we are as individuals.

The third song, is the one that gives the name to the album, “Piel de arena”, which means “Skin of sand”, and evocates the coast of Montevideo, Uruguay. Its curvilinear silhouette makes each place be perceived as an isolated corner, very different from the next.

It also represents being healed by nature. Her sorrows / worries / ... going to the depth of the sea, carried away by the waves.
The song was based on this phrase that Inés once wrote: “Montevideo, sheets of water caress your skin, which is sand”. But four years passed until inspiration came, and she was able to complete the whole song with it.

It happened during only two days, in which Inés felt like “in a bubble” that contained the sound and lyrics of that song. Reality was something happening behind this bubble, like a dream. And this bubble, and the song within it, was her only reality. So: the worlds were turned upside down, during those two days .

The fourth song, “Vibrar sin tocarte” “To vibe, without touching, yet”, was already in her first album "muscles of the soul". She felt that she owed that love song a bowed string, which would represent love. The cello was the secret, to feel that the song was now ready, the way it was meant to be.

It is about becoming very perceptive, aware, about the other person, even without seeing or touching her. There is a vibe in the air, something in the environment that connects both people, because one soul has been touched by the other.

It does not deny skin-to-skin contact, but it assumes a previous vibration, which precedes it.

The fifth song, “Piel ó palabras” (“Skin or words”), is about silence. Not the peaceful silence, but the one of not expressed feelings, whichever they are.

The unspoken will be, anyway, present in the air. The people around us will perceive it, and need our words or touch, to understand what exactly is in that atmosphere, that silence has created.

The eigth song, “Sueña despierta” (“She dreams awake”), is about her time and mind being caught by her daydreaming. It is also about taking risks, in search for truth, for understanding of life, in the way it is given.

The eleventh one, “Sentir tu piel” (“To feel your skin”), is to leave our desires or goals aside, in order to awaken the magic of the unknown, through the natural wisdom of skin. Has to do with chemistry. Chemistry is not learnt or taught. It is just given.

Finally, the twelfth song, “Gleichgueltigkeit”, which was on her first album, and is now live, comes from a moment of monotony in her life, and it's about stopping avoiding one's life, and befriending, without fears , with the own madness, stripping it of so many structures, and allowing oneself, to be new.

To flow with the river of life, not knowing where the current may lead, but trusting oneself. And going neither blindly, nor unconsciously, but present.


Art of CD:
Designer: Eva Quesada
Photographs Inés: Pablo Bielli
Make up artist: Claudia Fernández.

ARRANGEMENTS:
Arrangements for cello:
Juan Rodríguez in 2, 5, 8, 9 and 14
Inés Basombrío in 4
Both in 3

Arrangements for guitar:
Carlos Gómez in 1, 5, 6, 8 and 9.
Inés Basombrío in 3.
Guzmán Escardó in 2, 10, 13 and 14.
Gonzalo Durán in 4 and 12

Arrangements track 7:
Andrés "Poly" Rodríguez and Carlos Gómez.

Arrangements for percussion
Freddy Kerber in 1 and 11.
Inés Basombrío and Alejo Pastorino in 3.
Juan Rodríguez in 2, 5, 6 and 8.
Gonzalo Durán in 12.

Arrangements for sax:
Gustavo Villalba in the improvisations
Inés Basombrío in the leitmotivs

Arrangements second voices:
Alvaro Fenocchi in 9
Inés Basombrío y Rafael Hofstadter in 11.

RECORD Piel de Arena:

Carlos Gómez: guitars in 1, 2, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 11.
guitar steel strings in 1.
Inés Basombrío: guitar in 3, 4, 10 and 12.
Andrés "Poly" Rodríguez: guitarrón in 7.
Juan Rodríguez: electric bass in 1 and 6.
cello in 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 9,10,12 and 14.
Alejo Pastorino: drums and percussion in 3.
Leo Rodríguez: end of track 2.
Freddy Kerber: percussion in 1, 2, 6, 8, 9, and 11.
Martín Muguerza: percussion in 5.

Recorded at GoofyRecords in 2013:
Tracks 1, 3, 4, 7, 10 and 11, complete.
Percussion in 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 8 and 11.
Voice in 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 10 and 11.
Technician: Rafael Hofstadter,

Recorded at Vivace Studio:
guitars in 2, 5, 6, 8 and 9.
voice in 5 and 9.
electric bass in 6.
Peruvian cajón in 9.

Edition: Rafael Hofstadter and Inés Basombrío.
Mixed and mastered by: Rafael Hofstadter.

Bonus track recorded LIVE in November 2012
In Sala Zavala Muniz:
Marc Lallemand: electric bass in 12.
Alejo Pastorino: drums and percussion in 12.
bombo leguero in 13.
Guzmán Escardó: guitar in 13 and 14.
Inés Basombrío: voice
Sound shots: Esteban Demelas
Sound: Gonzalo Novoa
Mixed and mastered by: Rafael Hofstadter.

Big Thanks!
To Rolando, Juan, Carlitos and Andrés, to Alejo and Guzmán, to Freddy and Gustavo, to Marc, to Rafa and Alvaro, to Pablo and Esteban, to Leo and Daniel, to Gonzalo Novoa, to Silvana and Eva, to Edith , to Gabriel. Horacio, Natascha, Lalo and Luis, to Fabiana and Maribel, Maripaz, and Luis.

Dedication:
To Life and Friends; to Woman and Man; to the Skin, to our Senses, to those who are Two, to the Ocean, to the Sea, to this Place ...

"Montevideo, sheets of Water caress your Skin, which is Sand...". I.B.


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Rolando

Depth sense
Another amazing achievement. It is in ITunes now to make Ines music universal, to enjoy it closely, piece per piece, discovering its variety and depth sense.
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