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Album by The cinematic orchestra, released on 26 may, 2003 on ninja tune.

Man with a Movie Camera is a 2003 soundtrack album by The Cinematic Orchestra, released on 26 May 2003 on Ninja Tune. The album contains re-workings and thematic reprises of some of the music from the band's previous album, 2002's Every Day, including the track "Man with a Movie Camera" and an instrumental version of "All Things to All Men" entitled "All Things".

Performed live by the orchestra, Man With a Movie Camera doesn't allow J Swinscoe to indulge in his usual post-production magic, but it is a surprisingly adept score, with occasional bursts of on-the-one jazz-funk wailing to break it up. (Pity the poor comrade who's soundtracked 70 years later with a hyper-speed Pretty Purdie-type drum solo and some old-school-rap samples in the background. Scattered moments of brilliance abound, and at one point, someone on sax comes up with a brilliant foghorn recreation.

Man With The Movie Camera). That’s not the case with

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Man With A Movie Camera by The Cinematic Orchestra, released 01 January 2003 1. The Projectionist 2. Melody 3. Dawn 4. The Awakening Of A Woman (Burnout) 5. Reel Life (Evolution II) 6. Postlude 7. Evolution (versao portuense) 8. Man With The Movie Camera 9. Voyage 10. Odessa 11. Theme De Yoyo 12. The Magician 13. Theme Reprise 14. Yoyo Waltz 15. Drunken Tune 16. The Animated Tripod 17. All Things. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Immediate download of -track album in your choice of high-quality MP3, FLAC, or just about any other format you could possibly desire. Purchasable with gift card. The Cinematic Orchestra - 'Man With A Movie Camera' 2LP. Record/Vinyl + Digital Album.

The answer is The Man With The Movie Camera and The Cinematic Orchestra. J Swinscoe’s TCO have been described as classy and cerebral, but atmospheric and soulful too (NME). But the work also had a formative influence on the album that was to become ‘Every Day’. Certain tracks that made it on to the album were written specifically for the score, but more than that it made Swinscoe and the band think in terms of combining sounds and textures and unfolding narratives over a period of time using those sounds. In particular, the title 'Every Day' was based on the narrative in the film, which portrays a day in the life of an idealised Soviet society, starting fom people waking up in the morning, moving through various work place ideas, then into leisure time.

Jason Swinscoe, leader of the UK post-fusion, part-time IDM outfit Cinematic Orchestra, certainly knows how to enhance a mood (witness his moonlighting as a DJ and remixer), but on this set of vignettes- all recorded in 1999- he usually settles for pleasant nothings. Unlike last year's surprisingly lively Every Day, wherein Swinscoe passed up noir-jazz tastefulness for edgy expressionist, post-Ayler extroversions, Man With a Movie Camera catches his project in a much more conservative mode. It's clear that their adventures in support of the big screen have gotten more engaging over the years, though melodically and texturally, Man With a Movie Camera is pretty consistent with the rest of the band's catalog. Still, I would recommend anyone start with Every Day and work backwards as far as hitting their best stuff first. This isn't a bad album, but should almost certainly work better with something else happening.

The Cinematic Orchestra have been using footage from the film for their live visuals and wrote a piece of the sam. iscover more music, concerts, videos, and pictures with the largest catalogue online at Last. In 1929, Ukrainian filmmaker Dziga Vertov made the groundbreaking Man With a Movie Camera documentary–a visual essay on life between the two world wars.

Man with a Movie Camera is a 2003 soundtrack album by The Cinematic Orchestra, released on 26 May, 2003 on Ninja Tune. The album contains re-workings and thematic reprises of some of the music from their previous album, Every Day, including the track "Man with a Movie Camera" and an instrumental version of "All Things to All Men" entitled "All Things". nu-jazz electronic music.

The Cinematic Orchestra - Man With A Movie Camera FLAC album
Title:
Man With A Movie Camera
FLAC size:
1432 mb
MP3 size:
1353 mb
WMA size:
1447 mb
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Style:
Soundtrack, Future Jazz
Rating:
4.9
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