Every Day
 : Every Day

by: The Cinematic Orchestra

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Price: $13.72
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Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Binding: Audio CD
EAN: 0625978105924
Format: Import
Item Dimensions: 4550020575
Label: Ninja Tune
Languages: EnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Ninja Tune
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: May 28, 2002
Publisher: Ninja Tune
Release Date: May 28, 2002
Studio: Ninja Tune

Disc 1:
  1. All That You Give (feat. Fontella Bass)
  2. Burn Out
  3. Flite
  4. Evolution (feat. Fontella Bass)
  5. Man With The Movie Camera
  6. All Things To All Men (feat. Roots Manuva)
  7. Everyday
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Editorial Review:

Product Description:
Third record on the Ninja Tune label featuring the vocals from the legendary Fontella Bass and a spoken word performance from Roots Manuva. Across 7 sweeping, dramatic tracks, the group takes you through classic soul, jazz, choral pieces, minimalism and m
An old music-press adage claims that second albums are notoriously "difficult." If this were true, then Every Day should be one big disappointment. The fact that it's arguably one of 2002's finest jazz albums (yes, jazz--as in real, old-fashioned, clarinets-and-trumpets jazz) proves how talented Jason Swinscoe's Cinematic Orchestra are. Following up their impeccable debut, Motion, was going to be tough, but they've surpassed themselves here. While the former was a fusion of sample-culture smoky, backroom jazz, Every Day is jazz pure and simple--old jazz for the nu-jazz generation. "Man with the Movie Camera," "Burnout," and "Flite" are near-perfect soundtrack jazz pieces: epic, shuffling, ever shifting. "All That You Give" and "Evolution" highlight the enchanting vocals of legendary soul singer Fontella Bass. Best of all, though, is the Roots Manuva collaboration "All Things to All Men"--proof that jazz and rap aren't as strange bedfellows as some may think. It's spellbinding stuff and sure to be one of 2002's finer albums. --Matt Anniss

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