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Night Of The Iguana - The Cinematic Orchestra - Motion (CD, Album)

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  1. 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. Most of the songs are built with wave upon wave of repeated loops and instrumental phrases that work into a groove. Yet it feels at any moment as if the music is about to explode, like a steam whistle boiling to its screaming point.
  2. Label: Ninja Tune - ZEN CD45 • Format: CD Album, Promo • Country: Canada • Genre: Electronic, Jazz • Style: Fusion, Acid Jazz, Future Jazz The Cinematic Orchestra - Motion (, CD) | Discogs5/5(3).
  3. Sep 01,  · Night of The Iguana. Night of The Iguana. Not Available 4: Channel 1 Suite. Channel 1 Suite. Not Available 5: "Motion" propose un mélange extrêmement réussi d'électro et de jazz abouti. Motion is a classic early Cinematic Orchestra album. Their early stuff is much better than the later albums. I don't know what else to write here/5(21).
  4. Whether to categorize Motion as a jazz or electronica album is an intriguing conundrum, because it truly turns out to be a combination of both musical forms, and it is an unequivocally brilliant combination, at that. British arranger/programmer J. Swinscoe -- who virtually is the Cinematic Orchestra -- gathered samples of drum grooves, basslines, and melodies from various recordings and Price: $
  5. Motion is the debut LP by The Cinematic Orchestra, released on 27 September on Ninja Tune. The album's concept came from core band member, Jason Swinscoe, who had amassed various samples - drum patterns, basslines and melody samples - that had inspired and influenced him. He then presented them to a group of musicians to learn and then improvise around. The resulting draft tracks .
  6. May 10,  · Motion, the Cinematic Orchestra’s first album, is, in a word, stunning. “Durian” starts out with slow strains then turns into a dark funk jam at the very end. “Ode to the Big Sea” takes a familiar jazz riff and sets it rolling like the ocean itself, with swells of horns, strings and drums and waves of piano and clarinet/5().
  7. Label: Beat Records - BRC • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: Japan • Genre: Electronic, Jazz • Style: Fusion, Future Jazz The Cinematic Orchestra - Motion (, CD) | Discogs Explore/5(7).

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