Song Samples:
Imágenes del Amazonas
Ya No Tendrás que Imaginar

All songs arranged by Bill Frisell.

Design: Gwen Terpstra
Photography: Kirstie Laird & Michel Lichenstein

All Compositions by Gabriela except: Ecos de Allá Atrás, El Camino a Casa and Una Luz en la Ventana - music by Bill Frisell, lyrics by Gabriela. Sad Sack by Bill Frisell.

Gabriela
Viento Rojo

Gabriela- vocals, acoustic guitar
Bill Frisell - electric & acoustic guitars
Jenny Scheinman - violin
Eric Longsworth - cello
Viktor Krauss - bass

arranged by Bill Frisell
produced by Lee Townsend

Recorded at Mobius Music, San Francisco
Mixed at Different Fur Recording, San Francisco
Mastered at Sterling Sound, New York

Recording engineer: Christian Jones
Mixing engineer: Judy Clapp
Mastering engineer: Greg Calbi

A Songline / Tone Field Production
on Intuition Music

 

Song List

1. Imágenes del Amazonas
2. Hay Señales Claras
3. Ecos de Allá Atrás
4. El Camino a Casa
5. Ya No Tendrás que Imaginar
6. Llevame a Ver la Luna
7. Noches de Kerosene
8. Viento Rojo
9. Sad Sack
10. Una Luz en la Ventana
11. Eulalia Luna
12. Un Cuarto que Mira al Mar
13. Llevame a Ver la Luna (reprise)

REVIEWS

"Gabriela's second collaboration with guitarist extraordinaire Bill Frisell proves to be even more joyous than her first, perhaps because these tracks have been carefully arranged instead of relying on the spontaneity of improvisation. The result is something that stands apart from folk, jazz, and the avant-garde, to occupy a beautiful field all its own. The poetry of Argentinian Gabriela's lyrics (reproduced in both Spanish and English in the booklet) transcends most of what passes for words in songs to shine gorgeously, while the settings glimmer like jewels, with some very sympathetic playing from everyone concerned, and Frisell a standout, as always, for his invention and the spaces he leaves as much as the notes he hits. Gabriela's voice, with its dark, haunted tone, offers touches of shadow to the record, most especially on "Noches de Kerosene" and the impressionistic "Imágenes del Amazonas," which neatly draws the listener into the particular universe Gabriela and Frisell have created. Kudos, too, to longtime Frisell producer Lee Townsend, whose work behind the board gives the sound a warmth and depth. Unlike most singer/songwriters, Gabriela seems to revel in taking her material to places it might not generally travel, and taking risks with the arrangements, while Frisell seems perfectly at home working in a song-based, rather than instrumental, format (although "Sad Sack" is an instrumental). Some records deserve the word art, rather than product; this is one of them.~ Chris Nickson, All Music Guide