Cinematic Orchestra, the - Ma Fleur FLAC album
Artist: The Cinematic Orchestra Album: Ma Fleur Label: Ninja Tune Year: 2007 00:00 To Build a Home 06:10 Familiar Ground 10:45 Child Song 16:00 Music Box 2. .
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Ma Fleur (my flower, in French) is the fourth full-length release and third proper studio album by The Cinematic Orchestra, released on 7 May 2007. The North American version of the album contains 10 tracks in a different sequence from the UK version and omits "Child Song".
I feel compelled to say something about this, the Cinematic Orchestra's fourth full length album. It seems to be one of the most polarising releases of 2007, as far as popular opinion goes. Because it simply wasn't what I was expecting. Five months on, and eagre to do some purchasing, I decided to give the album a second chance The album lacked rhythm and continuity, and wa.
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).
The Cinematic Orchestra's third studio album is a long way from the cut-up jazz of their origins. Moving beyond noir mood pieces, Ma Fleur delves into stark, heartbreakingly beautiful folk and soul. Fontella Bass' haunting vocals give "Familiar Ground" and "Breathe" a timeless quality, and Lamb's Lou Rhodes evokes Nick Drake at his most vulnerable on the spare, acoustic "Music Box"; another Rhodes-led song, "Time and Space", comes on like winter dusk-chilly but also comforting. Ma Fleur The Cinematic Orchestra. The Cinematic Orchestra's third studio album is a long way from the cut-up jazz of their origins.
Cinematic Orchestra's fourth studio album, Ma Fleur soars from start to finish. Fans of Cinematic Orchestra's more upbeat hip-hop and jazz numbers from previous releases will discover that there is nothing especially uptempo on this disc; in certain respects, the evenness of Zero 7 discs may provide a more apt comparison, contextually
Listen free to The Cinematic Orchestra – Ma Fleur (To Build A Home, Familiar Ground and more). 11 tracks (). Apr 2007 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. 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.
Swinscoe tells us that he wanted to record an album where "leaving the spaces as empty as possible was paramount," but he can hardly complain if we choose to leave him the space to himself.
Ma Fleur is a triumphant return for The Cinematic Orchestra, a certain rise in artistic expression for Jason Swinscoe and his instrumentalists. The album’s flaws are more in its presentation than its performance. As a whole, the album feels disjointed and broad. Each song represents a scene, and with what the listener is given, it is hard to imagine these scenes fitting together into any sort of movie.