In 2018 Milton provided keyboard parts for Cologne based singer Guido Dossche and his band for his latest project Trost. Although the parts were recorded in his London studio, the parts were sent online to the producer Steve Van Velvet in Berlin where they were added to the tracks. Milton joined Guido and the band in Cologne for the launch of the CD project in October. This is a two CD set, signed copies of which are available from Guido's website.
Milton and Guido will be working on new tracks in 2019.
2017 update, Milton wrote two nunbers for a large scale musical "Cardinal Sins" which premiered at the Centrestage Theatre in Seattle USA. Directed by John Henry Davis and written by Alan Bryce (Oor Wullie) with lyrics by Chana Wise. A tragic love affair woven in the amazing story of the birth of Freedom: the creation of Magna Carta, Civil war, justice and the overwhelming power of love.
The latest album Lunar Seas is an ambient musical journey through the lunar landscape and has been in production for two years. It sees Milton's return to cutting edge technology and synth programming. The album takes you through an imaginary tourist trail visiting the moon's seascapes while contemplating the names given to them. the album is out now and available from the shop.
The UK premiere of Lost in Italy was in May 2012 at the Park Inn Palace Hotel in Southend, Essex. The film was the closing gala film of the 2012 Southend on Sea Film Festival.
We are pleased to announce that we have secured a worldwide distribution deal with Spotlight Pictures from LA USA who have renamed the film "Lords of London". The film premiered in Cannes in May 2013 and appeared in the Toronto Film Festival in September 2013. It will be released in the UK on 6th January 2014 and can be pre-ordered from Amazon and Sainsburys. Also released in the Netherlands with Germany Australia and New Zealand release on October 10th 2014. USA release later in the year, shortly to be announced on the IMDb site.
The story of Make me Smile (Come up and see me) as told by Steve Harley, Alan Parsons, Jim Cregan, Duncan MacKay, Stuart Elliott and Milton Reame-James in the December 2011 edition of Uncut magazine.
Milton and Jeff Ellis co-creators of Zoodiac have completed writing and recording the full soundtrack to the film "Lost in Italy" starring Ray Winstone and Glen Murphy.
The film has won the World Cinema Award at New York's Hells Kitchen Film Festival in Sept.2011.
The film has it's European première at the Lucerne Film Festival in late October 2011.
UK première of Lost in Italy expected Summer 2012
A musical journey through the Zodiac by Milton Reame-James available on CD and MP3 from the shop site and all good online retailers.
Featuring original acoustic work by Nick Pynn
Ex-Cockney Rebel stars Milton Reame-James and Nick Pynn join forces to create a great and original musical journey. With wonderful vocal effects added by Celtic Soul Diva Bianca Kinnane and French Folk singer Gillian Cadier.