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Matt Berry - Simplicity
Simplicity
Artist: Matt Berry
Format: CD

Details

Label: ACID JAZZ
Rel. Date: 11/17/2023
UPC: 676499077047

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DISC: 1

1. Top Brass
2. Driving Seat
3. Rising Bass
4. Set the Scene
5. Good Sport
6. Transition to
7. Simple Basics
8. Widescreen Features
9. Too Many Hats
10. Telescopic
11. Top Brass Two

More Info:

Matt Berry presents a unique collaboration with esteemed Library Music label KPM. KPM is renowned for providing the musical bedrock for so many classics of British TV and international cinema, using the best British composers - such as Keith Mansfield, Alan Hawkshaw, John Cameron and Alan Moorhouse - to do so. Simplicity follows in the footsteps of these giants, and is a worthy successor to them. Alongside his formidable acting career, Matt Berry has released a series of acclaimed albums on the Acid Jazz label. Ranging from the folk stylings of Kill The Wolf, the ambient electronica of Music For Insomniacs, to the psych rock of Blue Elephant, these have marked Berry out as an impressive musician and recording artist in his own right. Embodying the form of KPM's original LPs geared towards film and television pitching, the album consists of 11 sharp and vibrant instrumentals, which will no doubt be heard in productions for many years to come. Released in special collaboration with Acid Jazz, the album is presented in a beautiful graphic sleeve, with notes that allude to the original KPM releases, for something that is instantly hip and familiar, yet unmistakably new.