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LateNightTales
LateNightTalesLateNightTales

Catno

ALNLP22

Formats

2x Vinyl LP1x CD1x All Media Compilation Limited Edition

Country

UK

Release date

Jan 1, 2013

As Late Night Tales moves into a new decade, the long awaited chapter from The Cinematic Orchestra greets us with style. Following editions from behemoths of rock Arctic Monkeys and Snow Patrol, The Cinematic Orchestra’s selection sees a return to a more typical Late Night compiler. Their association with the series reaches back to the inclusion of ‘Channel 1 Suite’ from their debut album ‘Motion’ on Zero7’s memorable 2002 compilation. With track selection and order seeing many revisions since the inception of the project, we arrive with one of the most defined Late Night Tales yet to come in the series 10 year history.

Media: Mi
Sleeve: NM or M-

$65*

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A1

Flying Lotus - Auntie´s Harp

7:10

A2

Nick Drake - Three Hours

6:52

A3

Terry Callier - You´re Goin´ Miss Your Candyman

7:18

B1

The Freedom Sounds - Behold The Day

4:41

B2

Shuggie Otis - Aht Uh Mi Hed

4:14

B3

Thom Yorke - Black Swan

7:11

B4

The Cinematic Orchestra - Restaurant (Exclusive Cover Version)

0:35

B5

Steve Reich - Electric Counterpoints

4:28

C1

Björk - Jóga

6:58

C2

Imogen Heap - Cumulus

6:59

C3

Songstress - See Line Woman (See Line Woman Vocal)

7:21

D1

Sebastien Tellier - La Ritournelle

7:33

D2

Burial - Dog Shelter

2:59

D3

Burt Bacharach - South American Getaway

6:54

D4

The Cinematic Orchestra - Talking About Freedom (Exclusive Cover Version)

4:36

D5

Will Self - "The Happy Detective" (Part 3) (Exclusice Spoken Word Piece)

1:44

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