The Cinematic Orchestra Vinyl, CD & tapes by The Cinematic Orchestra at Norman Records

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The Cinematic Orchestra
Man With The Movie Camera

The Cinematic Orchestra as you can probably guess from the name were born to score things. Here is their 2003 soundtrack album to the re-released 1929 era Soviet film Man With The Movie Camera. They played the score live at the opening event in Porto then reconvened to record it in the studio which is the thing you'll hold in your hands (should you buy it).  

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To Believe - Anthony Naples, Actress, Pépé Bradock & The Cinematic Orchestra Remixes

Jason Swinscoe’s The Cinematic Orchestra returned after a 12-year hiatus in 2019 to huge critical acclaim with their fourth studio album To Believe. Now, Ninja Tune releases two 12” vinyl EPs of remixes, with this release containing reworks by Anthony Naples, Actress, Pépé Bradock and The Cinematic Orchestra themselves. 
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To Believe - Mary Lattimore, Kelly Moran, Fennesz & Lucinda Chua Remixes

Jason Swinscoe’s The Cinematic Orchestra returned after a 12-year hiatus in 2019 to huge critical acclaim with their fourth studio album To Believe. Now, Ninja Tune releases two 12” vinyl EPs of remixes, with this release containing alternate takes by Mary Lattimore, Kelly Moran, Fennesz and Lucinda Chua. 

The Cinematic Orchestra
To Believe

The Cinematic Orchestra do not work with haste. To Believe is their first full, proper studio album since 2007’s Ma Fleur, and its title track (with gorgeous vocals from Moses Sumney) has been circulating as a single since 2016. But now, when they are good and ready, they present To Believe in full! Guests include Heidi Vogel and the great Roots Manuva, and this one promises to be another deep classic. On Ninja Tune.

Phil France
Circle

Electric piano arpeggiator Phil France, known from suave jazz outfit Cinematic Orchestra, releases his second. Circle, like predecessor the Swimmer, is filled with spacious, calm, and soothing notes. A lot of notes. Get on it if you’ve always wanted to hear a collaboration between Emeralds and Philip Glass.

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Late Night Tales

Any fan of The Cinematic Orchestra could guess that these guys have a deep and interesting record collection, so it's no surprise that they were able to turn out one of the very best entries in the Late Night Tales compilation series. Quality selections from Bjork, Steve Reich, Flying Lotus and, er, Will Self, all sequenced superbly. Vinyl reissue.

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Live At The Royal Albert Hall

A bit of in concert nicey-nice from The Cinematic Orchestra here. The band’s baroque electronica translates well to the grand surroundings of London’s Royal Albert Hall. This being the venue where they do the Proms it’s no surprise to find out that The Cinematic Orchestra bussed in a 24-piece orchestra for this 2007 gig. Live At The Royal Albert Hall also features guest turns from Grey Reverend, Heidi Vogel and Lou Rhodes.

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Ma Fleur

The Cinematic Orchestra’s 2007 LP Ma Fleur is the one that’s turned them into the big-boy act we all know today. Opener ‘To Build A Home’, for instance, gets played any time someone in a BBC drama needs to emote and Sigur Rós’ ‘Hoppípolla’ isn’t at hand. A lot of the tracks on Ma Fleur do that thing where they blend electronic and acoustic instruments. It’s as if Lemon Jelly never happened.

The Cinematic Orchestra
A Caged Bird / Imitations of Life

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The Cinematic Orchestra presents In Motion #1

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Ode To The Big Sea / Channel 1 Suite (Remixes)

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The Crimson Wing

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To Build A Home (Versions)

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Breathe

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Cinematic Orchestra, Telefon Tel Aviv, Various
Exit Music Vol 4

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