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Catching Tales

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    I Also Recommend:

    Jamie Cullum

    This CD is Jazzy and Upbeat. Anyone can get into it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Another outstanding effort....

    How could he top Twentysomething?!? Well, he's certainly done himself proud with Catching Tales. Though not as straightforward and accessible as its predecessor, this CD is a joy to listen to at work, on a long drive, turned down low while reading, etc. There is an impressive range in style of song on this CD, and, as much as it pains me to say this, perhaps he went just a little too far. Not that it's not an exquisite and strong effort, just that it doesn't flow and relate as well as its predecessor (at least after a couple of weeks that I've been replaying it). This being said, it's an impressive and endearing effort - nothing has moved me as fervently as Twentysomething, but this CD is so pleasurable an experience that I can play it over and over and appreciate something new each listen, which I did with the earlier disc, too. To summarize, this effort is very different than its predecessor and that's a good thing. As much as we might like him to stay in the Twentysomething box (or groove), Jamie Cullum has branched out again and, because he's so great, I, for one, am gladly following him....

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    Posted October 24, 2009

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