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Album Review

Candid’s 2010 release Devil May Care! cannibalizes seven tracks from Jamie Cullum’s 2002 sophomore set, Pointless Nostalgic, and since this album is only ten cuts, that’s a fair portion of the record. The other three tracks are unreleased material from the Pointless Nostalgic sessions: a spare strings-and-voice arrangement by Geoff Gascoyne of Brian Wilson’s “God Only Knows,” a nice version of “Love Won’t Let Me Wait” that fits right in with the rest of the sessions, and “Small Day Tomorrow,” which features the legendary Bob Dorough on lead vocals. “God Only Knows” is the biggest departure from the voice/piano/bass/drums instrumentation of the album but it fits well into the warm, intimate vibe of the sessions, which offer a friendly, well-manicured spin on Harry Connick, Jr.’s Sinatra throwback. While it’s unclear why there’s a whole new title instead of an expanded reissue of Pointless Nostalgic, this is nevertheless an enjoyable snapshot of Cullum at his jazziest.

Customer Reviews

Good, but familiar, album

If you're only a casual Jamie Cullum fan and already have "Pointless Nostalgic" then you may want to skip this album. That being said, the record is fantastic, showcasing a quieter and more downplayed side of Cullum's work. Stylistically, it's a sort of an antithesis to Jamie's latest album, "The Pursuit" (which if you don't have it, you need it). Standout tracks from this album are "Devil May Care", "I Can't Get Started" and especially "In The Wee Small Hours Of The Morning."

Pointless Period!!

if you have Pointless Nostalgic, you don't need this. This is should be called Pointless Regurgitation! If you want the extra tracks, get Geoff Gasgoyne's excellent album Keep It To Yourself feat. Jamie Cullum. Small Day Tomorrow isn't even sung by Jamie! It appears on a Bob Dorough album. Another attempt to fleece the fans. Do your research people!! Pointless Nostalgic is a stellar album on its own merits. It doesn't need to be repackaged & recycled. Jamie is 6 albums in & should be ready for some kind of anthology which should feature some non-album, soundtrack material as well as stuff he's done on other artists work. That would be well worth the cash when it arrives.


THis is DEFINITELY THE BEST ALBUM, I am shocked that so few people know about it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Born: August 20, 1979 in Rochford, Essex, England

Genre: Jazz

Years Active: '00s, '10s

British pianist/vocalist Jamie Cullum mixes jazz with melodic pop and rock into a crossover style that calls to mind such artists as Harry Connick, Jr. and Norah Jones. In that vein, Cullum will just as often cover a swinging jazz standard as a modern rock song, and his original compositions deftly move from earnest ballads to songs of sardonic wit. Having played guitar and piano since age eight, Cullum developed an avid interest in jazz passed down from his older brother Ben. Inspired by such piano...
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