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Performer: The Cinematic Orchestra
Album: Ma Fleur
Country: UK
Released: 2007
Style: Soul-Jazz, Future Jazz, Downtempo
MP3 version ZIP size: 1887 mb
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Rating: 4.8
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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).

The Cinematic Orchestra's third studio album is a long way from the cut-up jazz of their origins. Moving beyond noir mood pieces, Ma Fleur delves into stark, heartbreakingly beautiful folk and soul. Fontella Bass' haunting vocals give "Familiar Ground" and "Breathe" a timeless quality, and Lamb's Lou Rhodes evokes Nick Drake at his most vulnerable on the spare, acoustic "Music Box"; another Rhodes-led song, "Time and Space", comes on like winter dusk-chilly but also comforting. Ma Fleur The Cinematic Orchestra. The Cinematic Orchestra's third studio album is a long way from the cut-up jazz of their origins.

Cinematic Orchestra's fourth studio album, Ma Fleur soars from start to finish. Fans of Cinematic Orchestra's more upbeat hip-hop and jazz numbers from previous releases will discover that there is nothing especially uptempo on this disc; in certain respects, the evenness of Zero 7 discs may provide a more apt comparison, contextually

Listen free to The Cinematic Orchestra – Ma Fleur (To Build A Home, Familiar Ground and more). 11 tracks (). Apr 2007 Dealing with themes of loss and love - and in itself representing a kind of absence - 'Ma Fleur' is fertile ground for Swinscoe's brand of music-making, for while people have talked about what he does in terms of jazz, the truth is that the basis of his music has always been in raw emotion. Dealing with themes of loss and love - and in itself representing a kind of absence - 'Ma Fleur' is fertile ground for Swinscoe's brand of music-making, for while people have talked about what he does in terms of jazz, the truth is that the basis of his music has always been in raw emotion.

This album has an average beat per minute of 107 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 70/150 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. BPM Profile Ma fleur. Album starts at 148BPM, ends at 142BPM (-6), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by The Cinematic Orchestra.

Features Song Lyrics for The Cinematic Orchestra's Ma Fleur album. Familiar Ground Lyrics. The Cinematic Orchestra Lyrics provided by SongLyrics.

Ma Fleur is a triumphant return for The Cinematic Orchestra, a certain rise in artistic expression for Jason Swinscoe and his instrumentalists. The album’s flaws are more in its presentation than its performance. As a whole, the album feels disjointed and broad. Each song represents a scene, and with what the listener is given, it is hard to imagine these scenes fitting together into any sort of movie.

Tracklist

To Build A Home 5:58
Familiar Ground 4:33
Child Song 5:11
Music Box 5:01
Prelude 2:40
As The Stars Fall 5:51
Into You 2:59
Ma Fleur 4:06
Breathe 6:26
That Home 1:41
Time & Space 8:34

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ZENCD122 The Cinematic Orchestra Ma Fleur ‎(CD, Album) Ninja Tune ZENCD122 UK 2007
DNO 151 The Cinematic Orchestra Ma Fleur ‎(2xLP, Album) Domino USA DNO 151 US 2007
ZEN122 The Cinematic Orchestra Ma Fleur ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd) Ninja Tune ZEN122 UK 2007
BRC-170 The Cinematic Orchestra Ma Fleur ‎(CD, Album) Beat Records BRC-170 Japan 2007
DNO 151 The Cinematic Orchestra Ma Fleur ‎(CD, Album) Domino USA DNO 151 US 2007
BARCODE17CD The Cinematic Orchestra Ma Fleur ‎(CD, Album) Barcode Records BARCODE17CD Poland 2007
DNO 151 The Cinematic Orchestra Ma Fleur ‎(CD, Album, Dig) Domino USA DNO 151 US 2007
ZENCD 122 The Cinematic Orchestra Ma Fleur ‎(CD, Album, Ltd) Ninja Tune ZENCD 122 UK 2007
ZENCD 122 X The Cinematic Orchestra Ma Fleur ‎(CD, Album, Ltd) Ninja Tune ZENCD 122 X UK 2007
DNO 151 P The Cinematic Orchestra Ma Fleur ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Domino USA DNO 151 P US 2007
ZENCD122 The Cinematic Orchestra Ma Fleur ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Ninja Tune ZENCD122 UK 2007
ZENCD122P The Cinematic Orchestra Ma Fleur ‎(CD, Album, Promo) Ninja Tune ZENCD122P UK 2007
ZENCD122 The Cinematic Orchestra Ma Fleur ‎(CD, Album, Unofficial) Ninja Tune ZENCD122 Russia 2007
ZEN 122 The Cinematic Orchestra Ma Fleur ‎(2xLP, Album, RP, 180) Ninja Tune ZEN 122 UK 2013
R63 The Cinematic Orchestra Ma Fleur ‎(CD, Album) No Paper Records R63 Poland 2015
BRC-508 The Cinematic Orchestra Ma Fleur ‎(CD, Album, RE) Beat Records BRC-508 Japan 2016
none The Cinematic Orchestra Ma Fleur ‎(2xLP, Album, Ltd, RE, S/Edition, Blu) Ninja Tune none US 2017
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Comments:
Haal
Side D is 'Home', not 'Time'. So 'Build Music Into Home'.

Yramede
I have 2 separate copies of this and both are pretty badly warped.

The Sphinx of Driz
This pressing is terrible. Clicks and pops all over the place brand new. I purchased on ebay when it came out and was unaware of the different Ninja Tune/Domino pressings. Avoid this one.

tref
Can anyone comment of the sound and packaging quality of this reissue? A comparison to the one from 2013 would be ideal.

Fesho
Can't compare to the 2013 release.. but i have this one and the packaging is fantastic as is the sounds quality.

Nettale
Do people who have listened to this and the ltd 33rpm version find a difference in quality?

Karg
I awaited this album for a long time and frankly it didn't disappoint, it rather impressed me in most areas. I firstly did not expect a case holding all the images and records. It feels like a real package with all the extras. Beautiful images accompany the tracks as explained on the front one. The only real negative about the design being that there is no plastic lining for the record sleeves and no lyrics sheet. They could easily have been written on the back of the images. An unfortunate oversight. But I have to say I love the way they numbered the sides with letters half visible in the corner of each label, highlighting the current one in blue. Tricky to see at first but stylish non the less. To get into the music itself we start off with the mastering which I agree with many is really "mastered". The singing is sharp and clear like the strings and the bass is meaty just like it should be. One of the better I have heard and it genuinely made previously inaudible sounds heard. But where I disagree is in the pressing department. Randomly pops can burst out of your speaker, sometimes with more consistency. Dont fret that its a dealbreaker however. It just did not meet expectations. Overall its a sturdy package with few shortcomings and for me an absolutely great one for showing what vinyl is really all about and what it can produce.Edit: I dont remember exactly in what condition I got my copy but looking now its a little dirtier than I imagined when first reviewing. Take my words about the imperfect pressing with a grain of salt. Some of the more offencive pops are clearly caused by some visible marks I notice now as well. Make sure the records are shiny and clean when buying.Equipment used:Rega RP1 with Nagaoka MP-110 CartridgeCyrus 2 AmplifierSystem Fidelity SF-3050 tower speakersCustom made HQ speaker cables

lolike
Is anyone else's copy of this particularly noisy on the A-side? :(

Magis
Yep, same here. Bought mine two days ago and the A-side is pretty disappointing (even after cleaning it). B/C/D are all fine though. :-/

Androwyn
There are few here and there noticeable on the very quest passages and between songs. But there is one part on side C I think where its the loudest couple of pops you can get, that has to have been a pressing mistake Im sure. But other than that its fine for me. Sorry to hear about your copy though.

GODMAX
Yeah I can tolerate it, but it's certainly not on the digital, so probably a dodgy pressing. Just wondered if it was my copy, but sounds like it's probably in the lacquer, which is a shame

Iaran
jamesgadd crackles all over the shop! ten ten ten ten ten Then it might be a pressing issue, good to know. My original 2007 copy does also have a bit of that. But not intolerable amounts.

Zamo
crackles all over the shop! ten ten ten ten ten

INwhite
Noisy how exactly? Are we talking crackles or general surface noise?

Fast Lovebird
Found a sealed copy of this and promptly got it today. Holy balls what a pressing, what a package. Lovely box type container sleeve. Photograph inserts are mint with two splendid 180g pressed records. My kids are going hungry tonight Worth every penny. Thanks ninja tune xxx

Wohald
I do think you mean mastering. I find the press to be less than perfect.

Dog_Uoll
Simply the best album I have ever owned.

Hulore
For anyone hoping for a repress of this gem. Here's the chance : http://www.beatdelete.com/releases/the-cinematic-orcherstra/ma-fleur

lacki
_Ma Fleur_ represents a radical departure from the Cinematic Orchestra that we knew and loved. Whereas their earlier album were interested in grand, sweeping arrangements to fill all the available sonic space, _Ma Fleur_ has simplified arrangements that emphasize and clears out that sonic space. The "orchestra" aspect has been reduced to a guitar -- but the net effect is no less stunning. The simplicity lends itself to a much more personal and intimate album. For example, the piano chords and strings that start off "That Home" maintain a quiet dignity throughout. "Familiar Ground," possibly the best track on the album, has some terrific emotional builds, augmented by the shoegazer-influenced electric guitar strums. The earnest vocals carry a wonderful sense of melancholy -- listen to how the chorus ends the track on an unresolved chord. More than anything, the album as a whole sounds like a journey -- one track leads sonically into the next. Each track on his earlier album was its own discrete journey, but _Ma Fleur_ pulls them together beautifully. Thus, the reverberating guitar lick that lead out "As the Stars Fall" reprises at the start of "Into You." Louise Rhodes, who whispers seductively betwixt the layers of guitar plucking and whispering on "Music Box," quickly takes the lead in the episodic "Time and Space." Patrick Wilson ends the album on "To Build a Home," an extension of the opening track. But for those who mourn the loss of the "old" Cinematic Orchestra, there are still several tracks that have the angular jazz of the original, like the freeform clarinets on the title track. Fontella Bass, who brought immense power on the _Every Day_ album, lends her bluesy lungs again on "Breathe." But instead of demanding another repeat of their earlier success, why not bask in the glory of their new work? A flower by another other name would smell as sweet.

Arador
I feel compelled to say something about this, the Cinematic Orchestra's fourth full length album. It seems to be one of the most polarising releases of 2007, as far as popular opinion goes. I listened to snippets of this album several months back on Itunes, and upon encountering the song-based, bold departure from their previous works, I decided not to buy it.. Because it simply wasn't what I was expecting. Five months on, and eagre to do some purchasing, I decided to give the album a second chance. Initially, I was quite disappointed.. The album lacked rhythm and continuity, and was a drastic departure from everything I'd heard before. But, having sacrificed my money, I decided to give it the benefit of the doubt. And I'm so glad I did. Without wanting to harp on too much, I think the key to appreciating this album is forgetting everything that has gone before. Once I began to appraise it on its own merits, rather than comparing it to the band's previous efforts, I fell completely in love.. The lyrics, the composition, the flow of the album.. It all clicked. And I think this is the sad thing about artists like the Cinematics attempting to depart from their established sound; fans, both loyal and otherwise, will always have expectations. And this will more often than not blind them to the development and direction that artists chose to take. Often this shift may well be a negative one, and the scepticism totally justified.. But I feel the need to stress that this is not one of those instances. Forget Motion, Every Day, and Man With The Movie Camera. This is something totally different.. But no less worthwhile. It is beautiful, beguiling, and intelligent.. And whether or not this is indicative of things to come is beside the point, because what Swinscoe has created here is something quite timeless. And those who open their minds (and hearts) to Ma Fleur will be duly rewarded.

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