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  • Audio CD (13 Oct. 2014)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: BMG Rights Management
  • ASIN: B00MGRDRMS
  • Other Editions: Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
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Acclaimed composer Craig Armstrong's It's Nearly Tomorrow his first new album in six years, featuring long term Glasgow collaborators Paul Buchanan, Jerry Burns, James Grant and Kate O'Halloran. Other guests include Brett Anderson, Vladislav Delay (The Dolls), and Chris Botti on trumpet.

It's Nearly Tomorrow was written over three years while Craig worked in his Glasgow studio on various orchestral projects including the score for Baz Lurhmann's The Great Gatsby and a new opera The Lady From The Sea for Scottish Opera. The album was recorded all over the world: Glasgow, Babelsberg - Berlin, Prague, London, Sweden, Finland and Los Angeles.

This beautiful new record is comprised of songs, piano tracks and orchestral works that reflect the many sides Craig Armstrong as a composer and his love for music in all forms.

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Managed to catch Craig's concert at Celtic Connections where many of these tracks were featured, both the CD and the concert were first class. Craig's ability shines through and his guest vocalists are great. Katie O'Halloran,Jerry Burns, James Grant (Love and Money) and Brett Anderson ( Suede), and Paul Buchanan of Blue Nile Fame Craig is a modern day Mozart able to deliver sweeping classical lines while writing haunting love songs. He has made me appreciate film musical scores in a whole new way- check out Plunkett and Macleane as well.Craig is better known in the USA due to his film scores but certainly deserves more recognition at home.
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Brilliant!

I've layed it and played, bought copies for friends and family and still go back to hit on late nights or long car journeys.
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Bought this because of the other reviews
So glad I did
Melodic and spacious, almost meditative
Shows off vinyl and hi-fi combo brilliantly
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I bought this for the Brett Anderson track CRASH but it is all rather good
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Great double vinyl aa great price.
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Would be worth the price for the 2 tracks sung by Paul Buchanan alone, who must have one of the most heartbreaking deliveries of the past 30 odd years but also good to see the return of Scottish female singer, Jerry Burns ,who had an album out in the early 90s that I must admit I discovered some years later.

Compositions and arrangements by Craig Armstrong are as beautifully lavish as you would expect and a good appearance from Suede front man Brett Anderson too.Only slight nitpicking would be that a couple of tracks sound like they could have appeared on the Cafe Del Mar series some time ago. However the whole album is lovely late night stuff and , as I have only purchased the download today and played it a couple of times thus far, it may even reach 5 stars with more familiarity.
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Long awaited third album from Armstrong finds him doing what he does best. The emotional landscapes painted in these finely crafted pieces both wash over the listener, and grab you by the throat with moments of stunning beauty. Unlike his previous outings this sounds to me like a more rounded and complete concept album, where each track has been composed and placed in a carefully balanced running order. His previous albums contain absolutely stunning music, but feel more cobbled together from various dispirate projects.
Paul Buchanan's contributions are as always superb. His voice is changing as he ages, and while the range might not be where it once was, it's emotional angst is if anything, even more intense and upsetting.
All the collaborations work well and while there's nothing remortely upbeat here, I wouldn't expect there to be.
Well worth the wait. Find some you time, lock the doors, find an old lava lamp and lie back.
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Maybe better known for the many scores he has produced for film. He had worked with massive Attack in the past. If you haven't heard him I'd suggest you check out his 2002 album - as if to nothing, and then his 1998 - the space between us.
Though he has produced lots of stuff these three belong together. they follow the same formula, orchestral pieces , mixed in with songs with a variety of guest vocalists. I guess tracks are recorded over a relatively long period, fitted around other work - although that is just a guess. Sometimes the music is reworked excepts from soundtracks, but I feel they work in the context of all 3 albums.

Having waited a long time for the third of this trilogy I do find myself a little disappointed, my expectation was too high, surpassing the 2002 release is pretty impossible. The tracks 'Crash' and 'strange kind of love' really stands out on a first listen, but I think the others are less imediate than on the previous 2 albums.
Overall this is a really good album but I think the earlier 2 are better because they combine electronica so well with the orchestration. To my ears this makes this latest release less varied, more mainstream, because it has less electronica.
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none of the 3 albums are upbeat, or life afirming. I like them for the same reason I like Talk talk, blue nile, Bliss - infact the singer with the blue nile is a guest vocalist.
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