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Salt * [Arto Lindsay]

  • 1. Habite Em Mim
    2. Kamo (Dark Stripe)
    3. Personagem
    4. Twins
    5. Into Shade
    6. Jardim Da Alma
    7. De Lama Lmina
    8. Combustvel
    9. Make That Sound
    10. Salt
  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 35

  • Credits
    ProducerMelvin Gibbs; Arto Lindsay; Alexandre Kassin; Berna; Melvin Gibbs; Arto Lindsay; Kassin; Berna Ceppas
    EngineerBerna Ceppas; Alexandre Kassin; Flavio DeSouza; Ganja Kru; Daniel Reis; Sohrab Habibion

    Personnel: Arto Lindsay (guitar, background vocals); Arto Lindsay (vocals); Davi Moraes, Dari Moraes (guitar); Lucas Santtana (cavaquinho, synthesizer, background vocals); Jeferson Victor, Mauro Zacharias, Bidu Cordeiro (horns); Alexandre Kassin (Clavinet, keyboard bass, programming); Kassin (Clavinet, programming); Melvin Gibbs (keyboards, bass guitar, programming); Berna, Berna Ceppas (keyboards, programming); Stephen Barber (keyboards); Micah Gaugh (synthesizer, bass synthesizer); Lucas Santana (synthesizer); Pupillo (drums); Marcio Matias, Marcos Matias (congas); Marivaldo Paim, Marivaldo Paim (caixa, djembe, surdo); Sohrab Habibion (programming); Webster Santos (background vocals); Hiroshi Sunairi (vocals); Vernon Reid, Pedro S (guitar); Sandra Park (violin); Paul Norwinski (viola da gamba); Peter Scherer (strings, piano, keyboards).
    Audio Mixers: Patrick Dillett; Scotty Hard.
    Recording information: Bulinando Sounds; Groove; Ilha Dos Sapos; Monoaural; YBrasil Studios.
    Arto Lindsay's third outing for Righteous Babe, Salt, continues with the Brazilian meets avant pop stylings he began in the mid-'90s. Fans of his work with DNA, the Golden Palominos, or John Zorn's Locus Solus project may be somewhat disappointed that he only plays guitar on two cuts, but the fact is that this is a decidedly different project. Switching between Portuguese and English, Lindsay's fragile voice has never sounded more melodic, and the Brazilian-influenced music is both accessible and interesting, with great beats and ear-candy details. The lyrics come off like sensual poetry, fitting perfectly with the lilting music, and in conjunction with the title allude to two things essential to human life: sex and salt. Good stuff. ~ Sean Westergaard

  • Critic Reviews
    Uncut (p.112) - 3 stars out of 5 - "[S]lightly experimental rock that is melodic, poetic and amusing..."
    Down Beat (p.66) - 4 stars out of 5 - "Lindsay makes the most of his high-pitched tone on SALT through setting up a fascinating contrast between his thin voice, guitar manipulation and hefty electronic beats that dare listeners to get something dancing."
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