Song for Tomorrow – LP

by Daniel Santiago

25.00

Imbued with Brazilian spirit, the attitude and power of classic rock, and the ingenuitive disposition of modern improvised music, Song for Tomorrow is a bold artistic statement from a musician widely respected and known for his virtuosity and creative identity. 

Produced by jazz legend Kurt Rosenwinkel, Santiago’s new album is one of the most ambitious and innovative releases of 2021; Song for Tomorrow thirteen original compositions feature guest performances from Eric Clapton, Kurt Rosenwinkel, Pedro Martins, Aaron Parks, and others. A record well suited to the ears of indie-rockers, world music listeners, and just about anyone else, Song for Tomorrow is the latest addition to Heartcore Record’s catalogue of genre-defying contemporary artistic work.

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TRACKLIST and CREDITS:

A SIDE

1. Open World (feat. Eric Clapton) 3:42
Daniel Santiago – vocals, acoustic guitar, synths, percussion
Eric Clapton – electric guitar
Pedro Martins – electric guitar, bass guitar, percussion
Sergio Machado – drums
Marina Marchi – backing vocals

2. Song for Tomorrow  (feat. Kurt Rosenwinkel) 3:28
Daniel Santiago – vocals, acoustic & electric guitar, bass guitar, synths
Kurt Rosenwinkel – electric guitar
Pedro Martins – backing vocals, keys
Sergio Machado – drums

3. O Que Valerá (feat. Joshua Redman) 4:01
Daniel Santiago – vocals, acoustic & electric guitar, synths, percussion
Joshua Redman – soprano saxophone
Pedro Martins – electric guitar
Frederico Heliodoro – bass guitar
Sergio Machado – drums 

4. Clara Manhã (feat. Aaron Parks) 3:28
Daniel Santiago – vocals, acoustic guitar, synths, percussion
Aaron Parks – piano
Frederico Heliodoro – bass guitar
Sergio Machado – drums

5. How It Should Be 3:39
Daniel Santiago – vocals, acoustic & electric guitar, synth lead, percussion
Kurt Rosenwinkel – drums, electric guitar, vocals
Pedro Martins – bass guitar, vocals

6. Mundo (feat. Pedro Martins) 3:08
Daniel Santiago – vocals, acoustic guitar, bass guitar, percussion
Pedro Martins – vocals, acoustic guitar, piano
Kurt Rosenwinkel – drums, synths

B SIDE

7. Não Vai Apagar (Fly Lua, Fly) 2:33
Daniel Santiago – vocals, acoustic guitar, synth lead, bass guitar
Pedro Martins – drums, acoustic guitar, vocals, percussion
Kurt Rosenwinkel – electric guitar, vocals

8. Progressive 4:12
Daniel Santiago – nylon guitar
Pedro Martins – steel guitar, vocals

9. Roots 0:55
Daniel Santiago – vocals, acoustic guitar, percussion
Pedro Martins – vocals, acoustic guitar, synth, percussion
Kurt Rosenwinkel – bass guitar

10. From the Mountains 2:14
Daniel Santiago – nylon guitar, vocals
Pedro Martins – steel guitar, vocals

11. Heroes 4:04
Daniel Santiago – vocals, acoustic guitar, keys, percussion
Frederico Heliodoro – bass guitar
Charis Karantzas – electric guitar
Renato Galvão – drums

12. Não Vou 3:53
Daniel Santiago – vocals, acoustic guitar
Pedro Martins – drums, electric guitar intro, percussion
Kurt Rosenwinkel – synths, bass guitar
Charis Karantzas – electric guitar solo

13. Salamander 3:03 (Bonus Track – available on LP, Japanese edition and Heartcore Records website)
Daniel Santiago – nylon guitar, vocals
Pedro Martins – steel guitar, vocals

All songs composed and written by Daniel Santiago except:
“Open World” lyrics by Alasdair Bouch, Michaela Bóková and Fernando Anitelli
“Song for Tomorrow” lyrics by Daniel Santiago and Fernando Anitelli
“Heroes” music by Daniel Santiago and Pedro Martins, lyrics by Daniel Santiago and Frederico Heliodoro 

Produced by Kurt Rosenwinkel
Mixed by Charis Karantzas
Mastered by Glenn Schick Mastering
Production coordinator: Michaela Bóková
Design by Estereográfica: André Maya & Rafael Dietzsch
Cover Photo by André Maya
Kurt Rosenwinkel plays Westville Guitars, D’Angelico Guitars and Fractal Audio Amps

Recorded by Kurt Rosenwinkel (2, 5,6,7,8,9,10,12) at Heartcore Studios in Berlin
Recorded by Daniel Santiago (2,3,4,11) at his home studio in Brasilia
Eric Clapton’s guitar solo on “Open World” recorded by Simon Clime in the French Riviera, 2020
Vocals on “Open World” recorded by Thiago Big Rabello at Da Pá Virada Studio in São Paulo, 2020
Piano on “Clara Manhã recorded by Aaron Parks at his home studio in New York, 2020
Saxophone on “O Que Valerá” recorded by Joshua Redman at his home studio in Oakland, 2020
Drums recorded by Sergio Machado (1,2,3,4) at his home studio in São Paulo
Keys and guitar recorded by Pedro Martins (2,3) at his home studio in Brasilia
Bass guitar recorded by Frederico Heliodoro (3,4,11) at his home studio in São Paulo

Recorded, mixed and mastered in 2020
Released on Heartcore Records, Berlin 2021

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“I would like to thank Kurt Rosenwinkel, Pedro Martins, Michaela Bóková, and the entire Heartcore family for believing in me and making my dreams come true. Thanks to my mother, father, sisters, all my family and friends for their constant support and belief in me and to great artists who brought their talent and artistry to this album: Aaron Parks, Joshua Redman, Frederico Heliodoro, Sergio Machado, Renato Galvão, Charis Karantzas and Marina Marchi.

Special thanks to Eric Clapton for his generosity, and for bringing his brilliant music to Open World.
This album is dedicated to my daughter Valentina, who fills me with her love and hope for a better world.”

  • Daniel Santiago

 

 

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