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2 Ratings: 4.0
Jazz album by Jamie Cullum

English singer-pianist Jamie Cullum comes into view as an already heralded jazz-pop artist, signed to a million-pound contract and riding a CD that's already registered double platinum in the UK. The "jazz" label doesn't hang that comfortably on the … see full wiki

Tags: Music, Pop Vocal
2 reviews about Twentysomething
review by . December 15, 2006
Pros: Great song selection, Jamie's vocal talent     Cons: A few songs can be a bit boring...(Read Review)     The Bottom Line: Jamie is a truly talented and unique artist; I'll be looking forward to his music for years to come.     What happens when you mix Harry Connick Jr., Frank Sinatra, Norah Jones, and put in a hint of pop/rock flavoring? You get Jamie Cullum!      Jamie's unique blend of contemporary jazz is at …
review by . May 24, 2004
posted in Music Matters
I definitely enjoy Jamie Cullum's "Twentysomething." Many people have blasted it for being too unoriginal, too boring, too "pop" sounding, etc., but the fact remains that this music is fun to listen to. I'd much rather listen to Mr. Cullum's music than Norah Jones or Diana Krall. Cullum runs through standards and originals as if both were his own. He takes songs by artists such as Radiohead and the legendary Jimi Hendrix and puts a spin on them that others wouldn't dare dream of doing. He takes …
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Label: Verve
Artist: Jamie Cullum
Release Date: May 11, 2004

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