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Channel 1 Suite - The Cinematic Orchestra - Motion (CD, Album)

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  1. Motion by The Cinematic Orchestra, released 01 September 1. Ode To The Big Sea 2. Night Of The Iguana 3. Channel 1 Suite 4. BlueBirds 5. And Relax 6. Diabolus There are images being projected directly on to your retina. Your eyes flicker in stop-motion. The street (the street in your eyes) is splattered by heavy rain. One hundred noir film loops flip back and through, occupying your head.
  2. The Cinematic Orchestra toured the work and later released it as an album. Many of the compositions originally created for that album, Man with a Movie Camera, were later adapted from live form (adding in vocal tracks and electronic elements, among other changes) for their next album, Every Day.
  3. The Cinematic Orchestra built on this musical blueprint, letting a group of live musicians improvise over sampled percussion or bass lines. The Orchestra included saxophonist/pianist Tom Chant, bassist Phil France, and drummer Daniel Howard, who also recorded the Channel One Suite and Diabolus EPs for Ninja Tune with Swinscoe.
  4. Since their debut, “Motion”, The Cinematic Orchestra have sold hundreds of thousands of albums, generated almost half a billion streams and enjoyed critical support from the likes of Pitchfork ( for second album Every Day which featured two collaborations with legendary Art Ensemble of Chicago singer Fontella Bass), The Guardian.
  5. Motion, an album by The Cinematic Orchestra on Spotify. We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, Channel 1 Suite. 5. BlueBirds. 6. And Relax! 7. Diabolus. More by The Cinematic Orchestra. To Believe (Remixes) To Believe.
  6. Watch the video for Channel 1 Suite from The Cinematic Orchestra's Motion for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  7. Jason Swinscoe of the Cinematic Orchestra has long been intrigued by the link between vision and sound. From TCO's re-soundtracking of Man With A Movie Camera, through his 'soundtrack to an imaginary film,' Ma Fleur, to his band's name itself, Swinscoe has continued to pick away at the issues and emotions found at this intersection. With In Motion #1 he continues this process by inviting some.
  8. Those tracks, in turn, were sampled and rearranged by Swinscoe on computer to create the tracks that make up this first Cinematic Orchestra album. The album bears all of the atmospheric hallmarks of ambient electronica, as well as Swinscoe 's soundtrack inspirations and all the improvisational energy of jazz.

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