Jamie Cullum Twentysomething Album

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Release information about the album
Release Date: 10/20/2003
Tracks in Twentysomething: What A Difference A Day Made, These Are The Days, Singing in the Rain, Twentysomething, But For Now, Old Devil Moon, I Could Have Danced All Night, Blame It On My Youth, I Get A Kick Out Of You, All At Sea, Wind Cries Mary, Lover, You Should Have Come Over, It's About Time, Next Year Baby

Twentysomething Album Tracklist

wonderful! | Reviewer: Jeff Fallert | 4/4/2006

great album.. the first of his I bought. Later on bought Pointless Nostalgic and Catching Tales. All three have similarities and huge differences, Twentysomething being a mix of pop and jazz... Catching Tales, mostly pop songs... Pointless Nostalgic mostly jazz.

the one thing I noticed was that the album listing on this site misses two tracks on Twentysomthing (Frontin' and High and Dry).

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This disc is a must have for anyone into jazz | Reviewer: Seanile | 1/24/2005

The whole disc is awsome from start to finish! Remakes are done with a new twist and become fresh songs that make you say "is that the song I think it is"! The originals are smooth and witty! One listen to Twentysomthing had me searching for more Cullum material! I can't wait for a follow up!

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