|1||All That You Give
Co-producer – P. France*Double Bass [Acoustic Bass] – Phil FranceElectronics – Patrick CarpenterHarp – Rhodri DaviesPercussion – Milo FellRecorded By [Instrumentation] – Jamie FinchRecorded By [Vocals], Engineer [1st] – Steve HigdonRecorded By [Vocals], Engineer [2nd] – Brian BayleyVocals – Fontella BassWritten-By [Co-Written By], Co-producer – D. C Santana*, T. Caster*
Double Bass [Acoustic Bass], Electric Piano – Phil FranceElectric Piano – John EllisRecorded By [Instrumentation, Acoustic Bass] – Jamie Finch
Bass [Electric], Piano [Rhodes] – Phil FrancePercussion – Milo FellRecorded By [Drums] – Greg MorganRecorded By [Instrumentation] – Jamie FinchWritten-By [Co-Written By] – E. Weber*
Co-producer – P. France*Double Bass [Acoustic Bass] – Phil FranceElectric Piano – John EllisRecorded By [Instrumentation, Electric Piano, Electronics] – Jamie FinchRecorded By [Vocals], Engineer [1st] – Steve HigdonRecorded By [Vocals], Engineer [2nd] – Brian BayleyTurntables – Patrick CarpenterVocals – Fontella Bass
|5||Man With The Movie Camera
Bass [Electric], Piano [Acoustic] – Phil FranceCo-producer – P. France*Recorded By – Jamie FinchSaxophone [Soprano] – Tom ChantTurntables, Electronics – Patrick Carpenter
|6||All Things To All Men
Bass [Electric] – Phil FranceCo-producer – P. France*Harp – Rhodri DaviesPiano [Acoustic] – John EllisRecorded By – Jamie FinchSaxophone [Soprano] – Tom ChantVocals – Roots ManuvaWritten-By [Co-Written By] – C. Leigh*, J. Barry*, R. Smith*
Double Bass [Acoustic Bass] – Phil FranceRecorded By – Jamie FinchSynthesizer [Moog] – John EllisWritten-By [Co-Written By] – P. G. Haazen*
|zen CD59, zen CD 59||The Cinematic Orchestra||Every Day (CD, Album)||Ninja Tune, Ninja Tune||zen CD59, zen CD 59||UK||2002|
|ZEN CD59||The Cinematic Orchestra||Every Day (CD, Album, Unofficial)||Ninja Tune||ZEN CD59||Russia||2002|
|R61||The Cinematic Orchestra||Every Day (CD, Album)||No Paper Records||R61||Poland||2015|
|Barcode15CD||The Cinematic Orchestra||Every Day (CD, Album)||Barcode Records||Barcode15CD||Poland||2010|
|ZEN 59||The Cinematic Orchestra||Every Day (2xLP, Album, Ltd, RP, 180)||Ninja Tune||ZEN 59||UK||2013|
Every Day (CD, Album). Ninja Tune, Ninja Tune. What an album ! i love this it really gets the emotions going. Beautiful music by the Cinematic Orchestra as always but for this album they had the wonderful vocal talents of Fontella Bass. It really does bring tears to the eyes listening to this and that is exactly what Fontella bass was doing singing "all that you give". crying, as this song had special meaning to her as her husband had past away.
Album · 2002 · 9 Songs. Every Day The Cinematic Orchestra. More By The Cinematic Orchestra.
Every Day - Студийный альбом от The Cinematic Orchestra. Вышел 27 апреля 2002г. В альбом вошло 18 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 02:15:51. Burn Out. The Cinematic Orchestra-The Awakening Of A Woman. The Awakening Of A Woman (Burnout). The Cinematic Orchestra - The Awakening of a Woman (Burnout). 4. The Cinematic Orchestra. Man With the Movie Camera.
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).
Every Day. Duration: 1:08:55 Year: 2002. 0:00 ? The Cinematic Orchestra albums. Submotion Orchestra - Finest Hour. Willie Bobo - Hell of an Act to Follow. Venetian Snares - My Love Is a Bulldozer. Venetian Snares - Detrimentalist. Venetian Snares - My Downfall (Original Soundtrack). Venetian Snares - Cavalcade of Glee and Dadaist Happy Hardcore Pom P. Venetian Snares - Meathole.
With Every Day, Cinematic Orchestra move beyond the electro-jazz fusion of their debut to make a record more natural, more paced, and, surprisingly, better than the justly hyped Motion. J Swinscoe is more the arranger/conductor here than the producer, but of course, there's little need for samples or effects with such an accomplished band sharing the burden. For the opener "All That You Give," Swinscoe and C. plus harp player Rhodri Davies, spend a few minutes delicately paving the way for a deeply felt vocal by soul hero Fontella Bass.
Every Day by The Cinematic Orchestra. Released 13th May 2002. Back in 1999, the group's debut record 'Motion' set tongues wagging with its unique take on modern dance music production techniques and the sheer visual energy of its sound
Every Day, the Cinematic Orchestra's third full-length release, proves that occasionally it's not what you do that really counts, but whom you do it with. By enlisting new recruits to his Orchestra, Jason Swinscoe has sloughed the derivative mannerisms that marred 1999's Motion and 2000's Remixes 1998-2000 - where those two albums sounded stiff and crippled by the weight of overt influence, Every Day is both stately and loose