Ron Boots – Of Desolate Places And Urban Jungles

Ron Boots - Of Desolate Places And Urban Jungles
3.5

Release data:

Ron Boots – Of Desolate Places And Urban Jungles
CD-SINGLE, Amplexus, 1997


Early 1997, Ron Boots was asked to contributed some music to a special project on the Italian Amplexus-label, run by Stefano Gentile.

The label released a number of limited and numbered cd-singles, which all were packaged in nice cardboard digipack with beautiful photographs. Of each cd-single, only 1.000 copies were manufactured.

Ron composed a piece of ambient music called “Of Desolate Places And Urban Jungles”.
It’s a wonderful 20 minute deep and darkening atmospheric soundscape composition (which even contains a sample of a didgeridoo), on which he was joined by drummer Harold (“De Hakker”) van der Heijden.

Well, the music shows some resemblance to the music of Steve Roach and Michael Stearns, two musicians who also paid a contribution to the project.
Recommended.

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