Talking In My Sleep
(advance single from our forthcoming double EP, 2015)
- Jorge Otero – vocals, electric and acoustic guitar (6 and 12 strings), tenor guitar, Veillette Gryphon, Lap Steel
- Pablo Bertrand – piano, Hammond organ, Rhodes and Wurlitzer electric pianos, Michelsonne toy piano
- Dani Menéndez – acoustic and electric guitar, EBow
- Danny Montgomery – drums, percussion
- Rafa Sánchez – electric and fretless bass, Bass VI, electric guitar, ukulele
Héctor Braga – hurdy-gurdy, violin, violoncello
Juan Flores – tenor and baritone sax, flute, clarinet
Miguel Herrero – trumpet, flügelhorn
Mixed in Estudios Acme by Miguel Herrero. Mastered in Mastering Mansion by Nick Litwin.
Photography and design: Carlos Garna.
Produced by Jorge Otero.
Lyrics: Jorge Otero.
Talking In My Sleep: Jorge Otero
My Lil’ Darling: Jorge Otero
One Note (Rock And Roll): Jorge Otero/Pablo Bertrand
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In the press
As an appetizer, they have released a sensational single titled “Talking In My Sleep”. It opens with the song of the same name, which is the most pop and sunny. It’s helped by the warm sound, good chorus and the fantastic keyboards of Pablo Bertrand.
Then there’s my favorite, ‘My lil’ darling’, from the EP “The Lay Of The Land”, which sounds really endearing. A slower song, ideal for fans of John Mellencamp or Elliott Murphy. Featuring the great flute playing of Juan Flores (who also plays other wind instruments), together with the powerful chorus, steers the song towards the best songs of the early Van Morrison.
‘One note (Rock and Roll)’, from the other EP, “Wading The River” features Jorge’s lap steel and Pablo’s sublime organ playing. It grows and grows and gets full of emotion when Juan’s sax comes in, in a very Clarence Clemons way.
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