Suso Saiz ‘Prefiero El Naranja’


01 Intransferible Desierto (5:18)
02 Música Viciosa (3:31)
03 Comité De Ayuda (4:17)
04 Aprendiendo A Amerizar (4:00)
05 Temblor De Aire (Canto De Lamentación-gabón) (2:11)
06 La Muerte Del Agua (5:24)
07 Prefiero El Naranja (5:42)
08 Romper La Hora (3:37)
09 Para Que Pasen Las Termitas (4:03)

Total time 38:00
LP released on Linterna Musica, Madrid, Spain, 1984

‘Prefiero El Naranja’ is Suso Saiz’s first solo LP he released while still a member of Orquesta De Las Nubes trio with singer Maria Villa and percussionist Pedro Estevan (see Tianguis Musical blog for a 1988 LP). Born 1957, Saiz studied with Spanish avantgarde composer Luis De Pablo during the 1970s, before turning to more ambient projects like the Orquestra, whose ethnic-ambient music is similar to that of Jorge Reyes (1952-2009), for instance. ‘Prefiero El Naranja’ (I Prefer The Orange) is a collection of ambient guitar vignettes with lush, beautiful guitar sounds and effects, part-krautrock, part-The Durutti Column, say. Dreamy melodies are kept entertaining thanks to a high level of sound crafting and rich guitar sounds. A few synth loops also appear here and there for appropriate mid-1980s mood. The simplicity of these melodies grows on you after a while, like with other tenants of the ‘naive school’ (Klimperei, Harald Ziegler, Roedelius). See the Rock Progresivo Español blog for a Suso Saiz CD.



5 Responses to “Suso Saiz ‘Prefiero El Naranja’”

  1. 1 EzequieL April 9, 2009 at 12:34 pm

    Hi there, thanks a lot for this one! I’ll post it in my blog and credit you.

  2. 2 continuo April 9, 2009 at 3:16 pm

    You’re welcome.

  3. 3 Carlos May 11, 2012 at 8:34 pm

    any chance for “En La Piel del Cruce” LP?

  4. 4 continuo May 11, 2012 at 9:16 pm

    Not from me.

  5. 5 Dub Me October 19, 2013 at 1:59 pm

    woah! thanks for introducing me to this great album… now I want to know more about this amazing spanish artists & time. Great music. THANKS!

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