The Cinematic Orchestra  

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The Cinematic Orchestra is a British-based jazz and electronic outfit, created in the late 1990s by Jason Swinscoe. The band is signed to Ninja Tune independent record label. In addition to Swinscoe, the band includes former DJ Food member, Luke Flowers (drums), saxophonist Tom Chant, Nick Ramm piano, Stuart McCallum guitars and double bassist Phil France. Former members include Jamie Coleman (trumpet), T. Daniel Howard (drums), Alex James (piano), Patrick Carpenter on turntables, and saxophonist / pianist Tom Chant. The latest member of the band is Mancunian guitarist Stuart McCallum.

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Discography

Albums

Singles

  • "Diabolus" (1999)
  • "Channel 1 Suite"/"Ode to the Big Sea" (1999)
  • "All That You Give" (feat. Fontella Bass) (2002)
  • "Horizon" (feat. Niara Scarlett) (2002)
  • "Man with the Movie Camera" (2002)
  • "Breathe" (2007)
  • "To Build a Home" (2007)

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