JAMIE CULLUM - LONDON 2004

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JAMIE CULLUM
London 2004 [no label, 1CD]

Live at St Luke’s, London, UK; November 12, 2004 (broadcast January 3, 2005). Very good FM broadcast.

Thanks to ZazafromJOho for sharing the show at Dime.

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Although primarily a vocalist and pianist, English jazz-pop singer-songwriter Jamie Cullum also accompanies himself on other instruments, including guitar and drums. Since April 2010, he has presented a weekly Tuesday evening jazz show on BBC Radio 2. In November 2020, he released his ninth solo album, The Pianoman at Christmas.

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Track 01. What A Difference A Day Makes/I Get A Kick Out Of You 7:49
Track 02. I Could Have Danced All Night 3:36
Track 03. Next Year Baby 6:25
Track 04. Band Intro/Dolphin Dance 5:32
Track 05. How Deep Is The Ocean/Instrumental Medley (BBC Orchestra)/If I Ruled The World 15:03
Track 06. Old Devil Moon 4:17
Track 07. I’m Glad There Is You 4:42
Track 08. Idol (Elton John cover) 4:29
Track 09. All At Sea 4:42
Track 10. Smile 4:38
Track 11. Devil May Care 3:40
Track 12. Goodnight Hollywood Blvd (Ryan Adams cover) 3:15
Track 13. What Kind Of Fool Am I 4:09
Track 14. Everlasting Love/Outro 4:56
78 mins

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  1. 10 Responses to “JAMIE CULLUM - LONDON 2004”

  2. Now your talkin biggo . This guy is the new Led Zeplen . More of this kind of stuff would be absalooty wonderfill

    By Derrick on Oct 15, 2022

  3. This ain’t no Hiram Leibowitz that’s for sure.

    By The AntiChrist on Oct 16, 2022

  4. This ain’t no Hiram Leibowitz that’s for sure

    By The AntiChrist on Oct 16, 2022

  5. It’s Hiram Antichristowitz for sure

    By The AntiChrist on Oct 16, 2022

  6. It’s Hiram Antichristowitz for sure.

    By The AntiChrist on Oct 16, 2022

  7. Rumor has it Jamie gots a Big Un

    By U L E on Oct 17, 2022

  8. Who starts these rumors?

    By Jocko P on Oct 17, 2022

  9. This guy has a big ole foot long hoagie in his trousers I hear . The dude is super big in the britches.

    By E L U on Oct 17, 2022

  10. Hot dogs covered in peanut BUTTer is my favorite meal - add some mayonnaise and we have deal!

    By U L E on Oct 17, 2022

  11. The foot longs are great in my ass!

    Oh wait… you weren’t talking about penises, were you….

    Un

    By U L E on Oct 17, 2022

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