Ten Days Of Blue (Re-Issue)
Long Play Vinyl
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Slip Sleeve (CD or Vinyl)
John Beltran first emerged in the techno scene 1991 with the Aquatic 12" on Carl Craig and DamonBookers rare and seminal Retroactive label. The tones and shapes on Aquatic and his follow up forR&S Earth & Nightfall suggested an individual take on modern electronics as shades of jazz, classicaland Latin whispered through Beltran's productions.Ten Days Of Blue (1996) built on the successes of its predecessors with sharp rhythms and pure digitalsounds flooding through dreamy sequences and subtle chord shapes. The title track and the plaintiveSoft Summer sounded like Tangerine Dream injected with jazz bass or Kraftwerk mainlining onheartbreak. Beltran seemed to have perfected the art of painting tones and rhythms across canvassesthat were almost unbearably delicate and pretty.Over 20 years on and Ten Days Of Blue is still considered a masterpiece of delicate textures and heartstoppingromance for those in the know.Essential!
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