Jamie Cullum
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Jamie Cullum

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Albums
9

Biography

Jamie Cullum is an English crossover jazz and power pop singer-songwriter, pianist, guitarist, and drummer. He was born on 20 August 1979, in Romford, Essex, England. He released his first album, Jamie Cullum Trio—Heard it All Before, in 1999. The success of Heard It All Before resulted in Cullum being invited to appear on Geoff Gascoyne's album Songs of the Summer. He achieved mainstream success in 2002 with his commercially-successful album, Pointless Nostalgic, which yielded the singles, "It Ain't Necessarily So", "High and Dry", "Too Close For Comfort", "In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning" and "You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You". His third album, Twentysomething, released in 2003, went platinum and became the number 1 selling studio album by a jazz artist in the United Kingdom. He ended 2003 as the UK's biggest selling jazz artist of all time. And now, you may download Jamie Cullum's album, Twentysomething, in mp3 from our site.

Discography Jamie Cullum

  Title Tracks Year  
Momentum
Momentum 12 2013
Live At Avo Session Basel
Live At Avo Session Basel 1 2010
Live in Munich
Live in Munich 1 2010
The Pursuit
The Pursuit 12 2009
Catching Tales
Catching Tales 14 2005
Twentysomething
Twentysomething 15 2005
These Are The Days
These Are The Days 4 2004
Pointless Nostalgic
Pointless Nostalgic 13 2002
Twenty Something
Twenty Something 18
 

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