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Cinematic Orchestra - Gilles Peterson BBC Radio 1 download mp3 album
Performer:
Cinematic Orchestra
Album:
Gilles Peterson BBC Radio 1
Style:
Acid Jazz, Downtempo
FLAC vers. size:
1578 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1159 mb
WMA vers. size:
1633 mb
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Rating:
4.3 ★
Votes:
468

Nu Jazz - there's a lot of it about. Every Day is their second album and seems destined for instant Nu-Jazz credibility - it even has (wait for it) Gilles Peterson sleevenotes. Every Day kicks off with the single "All that you Give"; cascades of Alice Coltrane-esque harp, followed by (surprise!) an Alice Coltrane string sample, topped off with a deeply soulful vocal from Fontella Bass (of "Rescue Me" and Art Ensemble of Chicago fame). Some might say it's a yawning chasm rather than a fine line, but with Every Day the Cinematic Orchestra are at least building a bridge.

Cult heroes Cinematic Orchestra join Gilles Peterson in conversation, on the day that they release their first album in twelve years, ‘To Believe’, via Ninja Tune. They discuss everything from working with Fontella Bass and Austin Peralta, to soundtracking nature films to playing the Royal Albert Hall. Across two hours, this is a rare opportunity to experience the group’s new and old material and influences in the intimate setting of the Brownswood Basement.

The Cinematic Orchestra. Perfil: J Swinscoe first formed a group called Crabladder in 1990, whilst studying Fine Art at Cardiff College, releasing one official single on his own Power Tool label. In 1994, Swinscoe was given a DJ spot on Heart FM, a pirate radio station in south London. Their debut album, Motion, was released in 1999. The critical success of that album led to them being asked to perform at the Director's Guild Awards ceremony for the presentation of the Lifetime Achievement Award to film director Stanley Kubrick. The band were asked by the organisers of the Porto European.

Gilles Peterson (born 28 September 1964 in Caen, France) is a French-born broadcaster, DJ and record label owner in England. He has founded influential labels such as Acid Jazz and Talkin' Loud, and started his current label, Brownswood Recordings, in 2006

The Cinematic Orchestra.

The Cinematic Orchestra is a British nu jazz and electronic music group, created in 1999 by Jason Swinscoe. The group is signed to independent record label Ninja Tune. The Cinematic Orchestra have produced four studio albums, Motion (1999), Every Day (2002), Ma Fleur (2007) and To Believe (2019), and two film soundtrack albums, Man with a Movie Camera (2003) and for The Crimson Wing: Mystery of the Flamingos (2009).

1 more album featuring this track. The Cinematic Orchestra is a UK-based jazz and electronic outfit, created in 1999 by t Jason Swinscoe, which records on the Ninja Tune independent record label. Other members include Tom Chant (saxophone), Phil France (double bass), Luke Flowers (drums), Nick Ramm (piano), Stuart McCallum (guitar); former members include Jamie Coleman (trumpet), T. Daniel Howard (drums), Alex James (piano), and Patrick "PC" Carpenter (turntables).

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Tracklist

1-1 Hour 1 (part 1) 33:58
1-2 Hour 1 (part 2) 12:58
2-1 Hour 2 55:38

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Maida Vale Studios

Credits

  • Producer – Ben Cave

Notes

CDR promo of Gilles Peterson radio show featuring interview and possibly some music from a live session with Cinematic Orchestra at Maida Vale studios, there also appears to be other music which seems to be hour 1, part 1 of the CDR. Parts of the CDR have gaps of silence of several minutes.
  • Diab
As the user who bought this: AVOID. I'm not even sure it should be on Discogs. All that's included is the talking parts and some brief musical interludes, unrelated to The Cinematic Orchestra. All the parts where their music should go are silent. Completely cut out. There's literally no Cinematic Orchestra music in this release. Perhaps this was done for copyright reasons, I'm not sure. But this is essentially 2CDs worth of a whole bunch of silence and the occasional bit of conversation. The original seller was kind enough to refund my purchase.