This album is really one to watch. The laid back UK Cinematic Orchestra's form of nu jazz chill out's a musical treat of sheer beauty and musical images. The sound is a crossroads of contemporary jazz, classicall and light drum and bass , with the opening track All that you give being sung majestically on this downbeat groover by the golden voice of veteran soul /gospel diva Fontella Bass. British rapper Roots Manuva joins the team on two tracks for a perfect collaboration similar to Greg Osby's sound. I didn't find a dissapointing track on the 7 and do urge you to give this a listen as away from the general electronics and studio mixing of a lot of the nu jazz , Cinematic Orchestra have real instruments being played haunting saxes and harps, almost some tracks easing into heartbreaking movie themes, but the emphasis on Everyday is over powered by the artistry of Cinematics instruments played to perfection. .A good post club after hours wind down collection. It's suprising to see that Britain and Europe can produce some of the best jazz these days, The best is without a doubt how I will describe The Cinematic Orchestra's Everyday. You'd be a fool to let a day go by and pass this one by.