Marselje, Robert (The Blue Team)

The duch musician started his own music with synthesizers in 1985. Since 1993 he released several cds. He is also known under the project name The Blue Team.
Marselje, Robert (The Blue Team)
Robert Marselje - Teardrops

Artist:  Robert Marselje
P: 2020

After years a new album by Robert. Melodic, Sequencers and great sounds. Emerge in the music of Robert Marselje..

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Robert Marselje - The Force of Music

Artist: Robert Marselje
P:
1993
Released in 1993 at Audio Works. This CD is partly filled with allready written compositions and partly filled with new compositions, written for this cd. The older parts are from the period 1989-1993.
Some details: Part 6 was written 1991 for a media-presentation. While the presentation was being edited, i had allready written movement 2 and 3. When the editor showed me the next scene in the presentation, i realized that movement 2 and 3 did not fit with the images and i had to start over. I remastered and rearranged the music for the CD.
When i lost a sound that was used in Part 7, the music improved even more. The dark, allmost imploding your speakers intro of Part 10 was made by a simple blow into the microphone. A bit altering and the sound changed into engines of a huge space vessel. This sound inspired me to compose part 10.


 

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Robert Marselje - Waves in the Sky

Artist: Robert Marselje
P:
1995
Released in 1994 at Cue Records. The Force of music inspired me to compose more music! So within 9 months I had enough material to record a double CD. This was no option for me so I had to select the best parts for this second album. I didn't change the worktitles on this one.
Some people think that I recorded a guitar on the first track... And you are right, it is my voice that you hear on track 11.


 

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The Blue Team (Robert Marselje) - The Blue Team

Artist: The Blue Team, Robert Marselje
P:
1996
R.Marselje and J.P.van Engelen have produced the archetypal space concept album here.
'Prologue (the story)' introduces the album, describing the plot via a computer generated voice then embarking on a well conceived sequential outing with some fine synth leads. It's a moot point as to how well the subsequent tracks continue the story (as the titles so clearly state that's the intention) but really it doesn't matter because musically theres some good material on show here.
'Mission Briefing' is a laid back piece akin to Waveform's stylish outings, and 'The Key' continues the form with a delightful melody.
'Alien Offensive' airs a slightly chaotic sequential rhythm, but Brainwork fans will appreciate the rhythmic 'Activate Power Supply', and one of the guys must be fan of Jarre's 'Magnetic Fields' judging by 'Retrieve Logfiles'.
OK, so the concept is noth-ing new and none of the tracks are out and out barnstormers, but this is good, clean, honest EM which is easy on the ear and not taxing to the brain.

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