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Twentysomething

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    The critics almost have it right.

    Sometimes it seems as if the reviewers just read what someone else wrote about Jamie and then paraphrased. His vocals are really a younger version of Kurt Elling, a singular jazz singer with a powerful and chilling voice. Also, the piano playing on the album is really excellent. As far as it not being Oscar Peterson, who cares? Oscar Peterson doesn't sell records, having good songs does. The whole album is excellent, and the trio is killin' the whole time.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    FFFRESHHH

    just heard one of his songs (i think it was the track 2, "twentysomething") tonight on conan o'brien and i was hooked right away.. another musician i found on conan's show (i saw joss stone last year and went to buy her cd right away).. i liked the catchy, original and funny lyric he had, reminds me that there's still somebody who actually has fun creating music. The tunes are delectable, a fresh retreat from the "smooth jazz" monotones, not that i listen to smooth jazz alot.. all in all, this is a good music to enjoy with a company or better yet by yourself when you just wanna lay back on your sofa after a long day's night :)

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    Posted October 24, 2009

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