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If Omar Rodríguez López never wants to talk to me ever again, I completely understand.Not because I offended him or because he’s some prog-rock heady diva, not at all.As Sariñana’s presence on Omar’s recordings and during live performances has already been a cause for much speculation, it should be made clear that Xenophanes does not feature the accomplished and versatile singer’s own vocal compostions. Subsequent releases (the forthcoming Los Suenos De Un Hidago and Ciencia De Los Inutiles albums, for instance) will fully showcase Sariñana’s penchant for infectious melody and engaging lyrics. S., was it hard or were you so young that it felt natural? For me it was the one defining moment of self awareness.You know, I wasn’t actually aware of myself or of the things I chose to do, or the color of my skin, texture of my hair, or my features, until I moved to the U. We moved first to Columbia, South Carolina, which was at the time a very, very divided place, and full of racial tension and overtones.He’s pleasant, well mannered, assertive yet soft spoken. It wasn’t like meeting mall Santa when you’re 7 and realizing he’s a dick and has an alcohol problem.It was like having a nice conversation with a nice person.
The disc, titled Xenophanes is the first to feature lead vocals from the Grammy-winning guitar legend – and we don’t use the word “legend” lightly, Rolling Stone hails him among their “Greatest Guitarists of All Time,” placing him on that issue’s cover. Wikipedia tells us that Xenophanes was a Greek philosopher, poet, and social and religious critic of the 5th century BC.As the spirit enters the body, the very first trauma that any human being can experience is “Does my mother want me?Is she afraid of this pregnancy, does she welcome this pregnancy? ” And from there on out, after your parents would be, obviously, society, school, church. So people like Héctor Lavoe were big stars for me and the only English-speaking music I was exposed to were things like The Beatles, and eventually when I moved to the States I found punk rock. Because, again, my parents placed me in a situation where those are the people I ended up meeting and my father was the one who took me to the record store.And so I was completely surrounded by racism and because I wasn’t white I was thrown in with the black kids. In another way, as I said, we were completely insular.It was the first time I ever heard the word “spic,” it was the first time I ever realized the food I brought to lunch smelled funny or that I smelled funny, or became aware of the color of my skin, or that my hair was curly. Even in South Carolina my parents found a Puerto Rican community, so we ate at Puerto Rican restaurants, we had Puerto Rican friends, and all the festivities were Puerto Rican.