Jamie Cullum releases his fourth album : ‘Catching Tales’ (2005)

Jamie Cullum’s ‘Catching Tales’ is his fourth (following ‘Twentysomething’) album released on September 26, 2005 by Ucj, Candid Records.

Track Listing : 1.Get Your Way (Allen Toussaint, Jamie Cullum, Dan Nakamura) – 04:01 . 2.London Skies (Jamie Cullum, Guy Chambers) – 03:43 . 3.Photograph (Jamie Cullum) – 05:47 . 4.I Only Have Eyes For You (Al Dubin, Harry Warren) – 03:58 . 5.Nothing I Do (Jamie Cullum) – 05:03 . 6.Mind Trick (Jamie Cullum, Ben Cullum) – 04:05 . 7.21St Century Kid (Jamie Cullum) – 04:00 . 8.I’M Glad There Is You (Jimmy Dorsey, Paul Mertz) – 04:09 . 9.Oh God (Jamie Cullum, Guy Chambers) – 03:38 . 10.Catch The Sun (Jimi Goodwin, Jez Williamsandy Williams) – 03:46 . 11.7 Days To Change Your Life (Jamie Cullum) – 05:37 . 12.Our Day Will Come (Mort Garson, Bob Hilliard) – 03:55 . 13.Back To The Ground (Jamie Cullum, Ed Harcourt) – 04:37 . 14.Fascinating Rhythm (George Gershwin, Ira Gershwin) – 04:49 . 15.My Yard (Jamie Cullum, Ben Cullum, Teron Beal) – 04:09

Musicians : Jamie Cullum – Vocals, Beats, Drum Programming, Fender Rhodes, Guitar, Keyboards, Moog Synthesizer, Omnichord, Organ (Hammond), Percussion, Piano, Wurlitzer, Xylophone . Alan Barnes – Sax (Alto) . Ben Cullum – Bass (Electric), Guitar (Bass), Vocals (Background) . James Gadson – Drums . Geoff Gascoyne – Bass (Acoustic) . John Heard – Double Bass . Ian Thomas – Drums, Percussion . Gavyn Wright – Coductor . Terri Walker – Vocals (Background) . Isabella Cannell – Vocals (Background) . Mark Emms – Vocals (Background)

Production : Produced By Stewart Levine & Dan The Automator . Geoff Gascoyne . Bernie Grundman – Mastering . Rik Pekkonen – Engineer, Mixing . Joe Williams – Engineer . Richard Woodcraft – Digital Editing

Arrangements : Geoff Gascoyne

Recorded 2005.

Released On September 26, 2005 By Ucj, Candid Records.

 Jamie Cullum

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The Guardian
In 2005, most rock bands, let alone purveyors of easy-listening jazz-pop, are content to operate with the safety catch on: challenging the audience’s perceptions is pretty low on the agenda. In its own gentle way, that’s exactly what Catching Tales tries to do. […]

music OMH
So if you’re looking for Jamie Cullum to fall flat on his face, bad luck. Catching Tales is a fine record – his best so far by a long chalk – and should easily replicate the success of Twentysomething. […]

PopMatters
If this disc sells, perhaps we’ll be hearing more polyglot productions like this one. The next Norah Jones record could be split between bossa novas and post-punk Bacharach covers—who knows? […]

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