Imagine if someone created a score to a film that never was. A collection of compositions so full of depth that they enable the listeners to imagine their own scenes. Jason Swinscoe and his Cinematic

Imagine if someone created a score to a film that never was. A collection of compositions so full of depth that they enable the listeners to imagine their own scenes. Jason Swinscoe and his Cinematic Orchestra bandmates do just that with Every Day. The follow-up to 1999's Motion, Every Day marks the first time the U.K.-based group has used live vocals. Soul siren Fontella Bass' rich, bluesy alto is spotlighted in the sparse, haunting "All That You Give." U.K. MC Roots Manuva also turns up, lending his voice to the hip-hop inspired "All Things to All Men." All this said, Cinematic Orchestra also remains true to its instrumental roots: Witness "Man With the Movie Camera" —the inspiration for the album—and the title track. A completely moving aural experience, Every Day invites listeners to sit back, relax, and (with a toe tap or two) enjoy the show.—RH