Suso Saiz* ‎– Rainworks

Music From Memory ‎– MFM020
2 × Vinyl, LP, Album

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A From Memory And The Sky (El Cielo Y La Memoria) 20:06
B1 The Way Of The Water (Agua Para Caminar)
Percussion – Xavi Molero
B2 The Hiding Place (El Escondite) 6:41
C1 They Don't Love Each Other (No Se Aman) 5:36
C2 Nothing Ends (Nada Se Termina) 10:33
D A Rainy Afternoon (Una Tarde De Lluvia) 19:58

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  • Artwork By – David McFarline
  • Composed By, Producer, Mixed By, Guitar, Electronics, Sounds [Soundscapes]Suso Saiz*
  • Guitar, ElectronicsEmil Saiz*
  • Mixed By, Piano [Resonant Piano]Ralph Killhertz
  • Production ManagerAmérica Núñez


Recorded in Madrid (Spain) between January and February 2016 at PKO Studios, Estudios Roncesvalles and Mirror’s Place by Ralph Killhertz, Gonzalo Lasheras and Suso Saiz except “A Rainy Afternoon” recorded Sept 2016 at Mirror’s Place by Suso Saiz.

Mixed between May and October 2016 by Ralph Killhertz and Suso Saiz

Rainworks (“Una historia de agua”) was commissioned by Hidraulica, Tenerife (Canary Islands).
Special thanks to Norberto Díaz and Carmen Saiz, and to all Saiz family for their support. Thanks also to the Music From Memory staff.

©℗ 2017 Music From Memory / Suso Saiz
All rights reserved. Manufactured in the EU

Track durations are not mentioned on the release

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: SGAE
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): ELDO MFM 020 A DMM [Signature] -42537-
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): ELDO - MFM 020 B DMM [Signature] -42537-
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side C): ELDO - MFM 020 C DMM -42538-
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side D): ELDO MFM - 020 D DMM [Signature] -42538-
  • Barcode (Removable Sticker): 0783024551214

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MFM020 Suso Saiz* Rainworks(7xFile, FLAC, Album) Music From Memory MFM020 Netherlands 2017
MFM020 Suso Saiz* Rainworks(CD, Album) Music From Memory MFM020 Netherlands 2017 Sell This Version



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May 24, 2018
This is probably the best album he's release since the immersive 1st "Hypnotics" CD. Some of his soundtrack work has had some beautiful tracks but this is consistent from start to finish. It also succeeds as true ambient music as defined by Brian Eno insofar as it is equally engaging as a listening experience as well as ignorable background "color" when no sonic intrusion is desirable. Understated majesty.