Another great release from Arling and Cameron. "Music for Imaginary Films" combines disco, lounge, and 60's easy listening with modern drum tracks. The booklet that comes with the cd is just as interesting and quirky as the album itself. Each track has a small synopsis giving info on the "story" behind the track and some insight on the /5(21).
out of 5 starsArling & Cameron - Music For Imaginary Films. Reviewed in the United States on Febru. When Arling & Cameron say MUSIC FOR IMAGINARY FILMS, they mean it. These tracks seem to be pre-made for soundtrack-readiness, and a wide range of movies as well. "Le Flic et La Fille" is a swingin' 60's French party, while "
Arling & Cameron discography and songs: Music profile for Arling & Cameron, formed Genres: Electronic, Lounge, Acid Jazz. Albums include Music for Imaginary Films, All-In, and We Are A & C.
· The second full-length CD (after All-In) of Dutch duo Arling & Cameron is filled with songs from imaginary film-scores. Ranging from a French policier to German existentialist drama and 70's sci-fi picture, this CD brings you the best songs from movies that never existed/5(21).
The sugary Music for Imaginary Films should have been packaged with a toothbrush and a pack of dental floss. French pop, spy themes, sub-Basement Jaxx/Faze Action nu disco, horn-filled instrumentals, neo-Timbaland production, Old Navy house, nods to Bernard Herrmann and Bollywood -- everything but ambient seems to be tackled by Arling and Cameron on their appropriately titled second disc/5(20).
- Prilike I Neprilike Glavnog Grada - Various - Zagrebački Cabaret Između Dva Rata - Kaj Nam Pak Morej
- Introduction Et Allegro - Ravel* / Debussy* - Introduction Et Allegro / Danses Sacrée Et Profane (Vi