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Live album by Omar Rodríguez-López Group
Released November 30, 2010
Recorded September 13, 14, 17, 18, 2010
Length 40:38
Label Rodriguez Lopez Productions
Producer Omar Rodríguez-López
Omar Rodríguez-López Group chronology
Mantra Hiroshima
Un Escorpión Perfumado

Dōitashimashite (どういたしまして?, "You're Welcome") is a live album released by artist Omar Rodríguez-López which was recorded in USA over four nights in September 2010.[1] It is the second live album to be released by the Omar Rodriguez Lopez Group, with the first being the live BBC studio session Los Sueños de un Hígado. Notably, during the week of these four concerts vocalist Ximena Sariñana was said to be suffering from laryngitis, a cold, and the flu.[citation needed] At the time of release all the songs had already been released in studio form, except "My Horror is in Park, Drive Me Away Troubled Heart", which was released as "Horror (original)" on ¿Sólo Extraño? in 2013. However, "Miel del Ojo" at 13 minutes is noticeably longer than its album version and is split into two parts (tracks 6 and 7). The latter features an extended jam, and despite sharing the name "Lorentz" with the composition which follows "Miel del Ojo" on Solar Gambling, is a completely different piece.


  1. "Un Buitre Amable Me Pico" – 3:14 (from Solar Gambling)
  2. "Poincaré" – 5:57 (from Solar Gambling)
  3. "El Todo" – 4:36 (from Tychozorente)
  4. "My Horror Is in Park, Drive Me Away Troubled Heart" – 7:18 (from ¿Sólo Extraño?)
  5. "No Hay Más Respuestas" – 6:07 (from Cizaña de los Amores)
  6. "Miel del Ojo" – 5:58 (from Solar Gambling)
  7. "Lorentz" – 7:24


Release history[edit]

Region Date Label Format
Worldwide November 30, 2010 Rodriguez Lopez Productions Digital download
Worldwide March 13, 2011 Rodriguez Lopez Productions CD