Ron Boots – Signs in the Sand

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Released: By Groove Unlimited

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  1. Klaustrofobie
  2. Dream but not of Today
  3. Signs in the Sand

Dedicated to Klaus Schulze one of Ron Boots his biggest musical influences.A big part of this music was played in the ST.Bavo church in May 2012.

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Weight 105 g



Jewel Case

1 review for Ron Boots – Signs in the Sand

  1. Sylvain Lupari / & synth&

    Be not surprised if you have the strange impression of hearing Klaus Schulze and his Inter Face to En=Trance era when your ears will cross Ron Boots‘ last marvel. Concocted in the shade of the music played during his concert given on May 19th, 2012 at the Saint Bavo Church in Haarlem, Netherlands, Signs in the Sand is inspired by the inspirations of an artist who influenced Ron Boots and hundreds of EM musicians; Klaus Schulze. On 2 wonderful long music pieces with oblong minimalist movements, Ron Boots draws the sketches of a mesmerizing universe of surrealism where black choirs hum absent airs on experimental rhythms in continual movement.

    A concerto for voices of schizophrenics roaming in corridors of a psychiatric wing opens the gaps of the somber Klaustrofobie”. This colorful intro of absent voices begins the 27 minutes of an epic title which allies psychedelism and eclecticism on a long gyrating minimalist rhythmic structure where is dragging a pleiad of crazy tones (telephones ringtones

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