Release date: 01/09/1991
The original and best of the Cinematique series, Volume 1 was originally released by LTM in October 1991.
The album is based around the concept of incidental music for imaginary films, and is split into three different suites, each conveying a different mood and atmosphere. The first, City of Fun, evokes the sounds and images of Sixties espionage thrillers: fast cars, faster women and untipped cigarettes. The second, Lagondola, is an ambient cycle for solo piano. The third, Flashback, offers classic electronica that drops from warm to chilling.
Several 'found' scenarios are included in the booklet. Cover art by Neil Jones.
1. Black Veil & Gold
2. City of Fun
3. Somewhere Inbetween
4. The Hunting Party
5. Crime Interlude
6. City of Fun (Slight Return)
7. Lagondola 1
12. Lagondola 2
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