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The Pianoman at Christmas

Jamie Cullum

Jazz vocal - Verschenen op 20 november 2020 | Island

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He’s just the right guy to do a Christmas album, so it’s surprising that Jamie Cullum has waited this long to release one. For this festive gift, the Brit has made the wise decision to not record a cover of Santa Claus is Coming to Town or Jingle Bells for the 6549th time. In addition to being a brilliant entertainer and fiery pianist, Cullum is also an increasingly interesting composer (check out his very personal album Taller released in 2019). Pianoman at Christmas is much less trivial than you might expect. 2020 has been a difficult year and his writing is enriched by the circumstances. And it’s great. He unveils a river of violins, brass-filled cocktails and swaying percussion. His eclectic music is carried by a talented big band and ranges from easy listening to Latin jazz and groovy pop, with just the right amount of vintage accents typical of Christmas albums. Delicious. © Max Dembo/Qobuz
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Broken English

Marianne Faithfull

Rock - Verschenen op 1 februari 1979 | Island

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Give Her The World

Adam Eckersley Band

Country - Verschenen op 1 januari 2013 | Island

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Bonnie

Chance Waters

Hip-Hop/Rap - Verschenen op 1 januari 2013 | Island

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Different Class (Deluxe Edition)

Pulp

Alternatif et Indé - Verschenen op 30 oktober 1995 | Island

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Lodged somewhere between the The Kinks’ quintessentially British songs, the dandyism of the early Roxy Music years (the For Your Pleasure period) and Bowie’s exuberance, Pulp brought their own personal touch to 90's Britpop. Jarvis Cocker's band dared to try it all, from disco pop, sixties, shoegaze, romantic and downright mischievous music. Crooning like an offbeat Scott Walker or transforming into a crazy Bob Geldof (from the Boomtown Rats period), Pulp's brain caresses the words of his impudent lyrics and drags himself into the simply perfect melodies. Such is the case on this eclectic fifth album, an impeccable reflection of this kaleidoscope on which the group from Sheffield touches on anything and everything, and especially on the sublime with Common People, an ironic masterpiece... © Marc Zisman/Qobuz
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Londinium

Archive

Trip Hop - Verschenen op 1 januari 1996 | Island

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Different Class

Pulp

Alternatif et Indé - Verschenen op 1 januari 1995 | Island

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Lodged somewhere between the The Kinks’ quintessentially British songs, the dandyism of the early Roxy Music years (the For Your Pleasure period) and Bowie’s exuberance, Pulp brought their own personal touch to 90's Britpop. Jarvis Cocker's band dared to try it all, from disco pop, sixties, shoegaze, romantic and downright mischievous music. Crooning like an offbeat Scott Walker or transforming into a crazy Bob Geldof (from the Boomtown Rats period), Pulp's brain caresses the words of his impudent lyrics and drags himself into the simply perfect melodies. Such is the case on this eclectic fifth album, an impeccable reflection of this kaleidoscope on which the group from Sheffield touches on anything and everything, and especially on the sublime with Common People, an ironic masterpiece... © Marc Zisman/Qobuz