The Cinematic Orchestra To Believe - Anthony Naples, Actress, Pepe Bradock & The Cinematic Orchestra Remixes Ninja Tune 12"
The Cinematic Orchestra To Believe - Mary Lattimore, Kelly Moran, Fennesz & Lucinda Chua Remixes Ninja Tune 12"
The Cinematic Orchestra / The London Metropolitan Orchestra The Crimson Wing - Mystery of The Flamingoes [RSD20] This is an exclusive release for Record Store Day 2020. Available over the counter from Saturday 20th June. Any remaining stock will be available online from Sunday 28th June, strictly one per customer. Released for the first time on vinyl – The Crimson Wing – Mystery of The Flamingos by the Cinematic Orchestra.Originally released in 2009 on CD and download, Record Store Day will see the soundtrack issued for the first time on 2LP coloured vinyl - pink! The soundtrack accompanied The Crimson Wing: Mystery of the Flamingos a 2008 British-American nature documentary that explored the massive gathering of lesser flamingos in Tanzania.It was the very first movie released under the Disneynature label.In what may have seemed an unusual move at the time the producers of the film wanted to find a popular artist they liked and combine them with the truly striking imagery the film would produce.This led them to the critically acclaimed British jazz-electronic group Cinematic Orchestra who would go on to compose and perform the soundtrack.Produced by The Cinematic Orchestra and Steve McLaughlin with score orchestration by Teese Gohl it was performed at Air Lyndhurst by The Cinematic Orchestra and the London Metropolitan Orchestra.A deeply evocative soundtrack the multi-layered instrumentation captures beautifully the story of these mysterious creatures.In 2019 the track "Transformation" is being used as the accompanying music for the Ford Focus. Disney LP Pre-Order
The Cinematic Orchestra Late Night Tales - The Cinematic Orchestra Tracklisting only details the LP version. The aptly named Cinematic Orchestra (TCO) were formed by J. Swinscoe back in 1999. Swinscoe arrived at London with a background playing bass and guitar in bands and DJing, as well as a head full of ideas and influences, such as his love of jazz bass players, rhythm sections and film soundtracks. The debut album on the mighty Ninja label ‘Motion’ was voted “album of the year” by listeners to Gilles Peterson’s Radio One show. If ‘Motion’ reflected the cinematic aspect of TCO, their second album ‘Every Day’, brought out more of the orchestral side, too. In the last 6 years the Cinematics’ have played far and wide at every conceivable type of venue and on all kinds of occasion. They have shocked out from the Jazz Café to the Jazz Bop via Ronnie Scott’s, They even toured the North American Jazz Festival circuit in the back of a transit van, with the dates culminating in a prestigious support slot for John McLaughlin in Central Park, Ma Fleur the bands last studio album has shifted of 200,000 albums worldwide to date and the melancholic “To Build A Home” has become a modern day classic that really sums up the Cinematic Sound that fits with Late Night Tales series so well. Late Night Tales LP
The Cinematic Orchestra To Believe - Deluxe LP is on 180g white + clear vinyl with foil printed packaging. - Regular LP is on 180g black vinyl. (Both LPs include a download code.) Brand new album for 2019 from The Cinematic Orchestra on Ninja Tune, we really can't wait to hear this one! Great range of guests spots too, including Moses Sumney, Roots Manuva, Tawiah, Grey Reverend and Heidi Vogel. Ninja Tune CD | LP
The Cinematic Orchestra A Caged Bird / Imitations of Life Brand new 12" from The Cinematic Orchestra on Ninja Tune, 180g black vinyl in popset sleeve. Ninja Tune 12"
The Cinematic Orchestra Ma Fleur "...May 7th sees the release of the first full studio album by Jason Swinscoe's Cinematic Orchestra since 2002's "Everyday". Entitled "Ma Fleur," the record was written as the soundtrack to a specially commissioned screenplay for an imagined film (which may or may not yet be made). Dealing with themes of loss and love - and in itself representing a kind of absence - "Ma Fleur" is fertile ground for Swinscoe's brand of music-making, for while people have talked about what he does in terms of jazz, the truth is that the basis of his music has always been in raw emotion. From the achingly beautiful opener "To Build A Home" to the finale, "Time And Space," this is an album which reaches for and finds a truth and honesty far beyond what we would normally expect from such a record, but without losing any of the accessibility which made TCO popular in the first place. If the mood is melancholy, Swinscoe and the musicians he works with manage to make it an ultimately uplifting experience, perhaps in the end more about the love you find than the love you lose..." 1. To Build A Home-Feat. Patrick Watson 2. Familiar Ground-Feat. Fontella Bass 3. Child Song 4. Music Box-Feat. Patrick Watson & Lou Rhodes 5. Prelude-Feat. Fontella Bass 6. As The Stars Fall 7. Into You 8. Ma Fleur 9. Breathe 10. That Home-Feat. Patrick Watson 11. Time And Space-Feat. Lou Rhodes Ninja Tune CD | LP