To mark the 20th anniversary of Jamie Cullum’s most successful album, Decca and Universal Music Recordings are making his 2003 album ‘Twentysomething’ available on vinyl for the very first time, including a blue vinyl limited edition for territories with a D2C offering.
It features the original album across three sides with a selection of non-album tracks, and session recordings on the fourth side.
Originally released in the UK on 20 October 2003, ‘Twentysomething’ was Jamie’s first release on the UCJ imprint in the UK and on Verve in the US. It peaked at No. 3 on the UK Album Chart, spending almost a year on the Top 75, and reached No. 83 on the US Billboard 200. On the specialist charts, it made No. 1 on the UK Official Jazz & Blues Album Chart, and No. 3 on Billboard’s Top Jazz Albums chart. The album has since sold more than 1.2 million copies in the UK (3 x BPI ‘Platinum’ Award), and 325,000 units in the US.
What A Difference A Day Made
These Are The Days
Singin' In The Rain
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
Everlasting Love (Single Version)
I Get The Sweetest Feeling (Single Version)
Frontin' (Live at the BBC, 2004)
Can't We Be Friends
High And Dry (US Version)