Ron Boots – Area Movements

3 03 2009

ron-boots-2003-area-movementRon Boots – Area Movements
MP3 @ 256 Kbps VBR | 1:04:46 min | 2003 | 124 MB | 10% Recovery Record

Every album by Ron Boots is eagerly awaited for. What will this Dutch master bring us next? Well, “Area Movement”, which was conceived during the last 15 years (with many long intervals), describes some special places in the world. This ranges from Ron’s own country The Netherlands (The “Wadden Sea”) to Canada and the Serengeti National Park.

The style on “Area Movement” is quite melodically, sometimes even symphonic. In this case, “Area Movement” sometimes bares some of the same fine atmospheres of his early albums. The first track “The Grand Banks” already shows it. Starting with a soft piano part, this piece really “rocks”. It features Harold van der Heijden on drums. Also, the sequences are excellent again. Another great track is “Rapids” in which the sequences somewhat remind of Ron’s masterpiece “Tainted Bare Skin”.

Ron loves many musical styles. The cover of the legendary song “Dust In The Wind” by the impressive progrock band Kansas shows his interests. In this song Ron sings and does that well. Maybe it’s an idea for a whole album?

Ron Boots doesn’t stop to surprise us with his music and his ideas. “Area Movement” is another example of his visionary.

01 – The Grand Banks
02 – Serengeti (part 1) (The Dry Season)
03 – Strand
04 – Serengeti (part 2) (The Rain Season)
05 – Rapids
06 – Dust in the Wind

Part 1 | Part 2

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2 responses

7 03 2009

Thank you in advance and thanks for the fine share

Have a nice day

7 03 2009

You are very welcome! Thank you for taking the time to comment.

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