moonbooter - Fast Reflections
2009 | 65:45 plus 19:43 | cdr-mb0902
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1 I am (never look back mix) 5:34
2 Dancefloor Lady (Progressiv Mix) 7:03
3 Let there be music (creatix mix16) 5:46
4 Desire for more (barefoot mix) 6:11
5 Progression (i.d.F.Mix) 6:15
6 Where do You sleep tonight ? (cheesy mix) 4:45
7 Illusion (Trancer Spacey Mix) 7:51 REMIXED BY ERIK SEIFERT
8 Beat It (not too hard mix) 4:44
9 Welcome to the new World (Sterwarte mix) 7:24
10 Eureka (moonboots Mix) 4:03
ORIGINAL MIX BY GODFRIED STOCKMANS
11 Reaching the Sun 6:09
IN DATA MODE
+ 12 out of silence (new generation mix)
+ 13 the first time (LIVE Reggae MIX)
+ MUSICVIDEO Dancefloor Lady (full lenght)
"fast reflections" is a sequel of my album "faster" from 2008. My
second passion behind making challenging electronic music is
producing intelligent dancemusic and the joy of remixing songs.
So I again compiled the danceable, unreleased dance-tracks +
some remixes + liveversions from my last concerts on this release.
Some of the trax on "fast reflections" like "desire for more" or "Where do You sleep tonight?" were on top of several underground dance charts over weeks. I am proud that I, born in 1971, can still inspire young people to dance to my music.
The trax on "fast reflections" are not only produced for the dancefloor.
You can listen to this music - if You feel down - while ironing Your
clothes -driving the car - or wherever :o)
There are two more songs plus a musicvideo (dancefloor lady) on
this CDR -> PLEASE BROWSE IT AT YOUR PC/MAC.
The two songs are: out of silence (new generation mix) and
the first time (LIVE Reggae MIX)
I like to say thanks to some friendly artists:
to Erik Seifert for remixing my song "Illusion"
to Godfried Stockmans for the chance to remix his song "Eureka"
to Alex Bellwood for the excellent guitar-riffs
credits: coverfoto by Michaela Scholl | coverart by moonbooter
music produced between Mai 2008 and August 2009
c+p Bernd Scholl aka moonbooter
audiomastering by moonbooter at skyflight studio II