Thursday 29th January / posted by Simon Keary
From the excellent 2005 album Multiply, this is an album packed with hits, and arguably still his best, perhaps because of the variety of styles. The folksy soulful feel of Multiply or Music Will Not Last is not repeated on the purple funk of When I Come Back Around, the booming beatbox of A Little Bit More or the heavy, driving The City.
This was long before the slightly too-polished neo-soul of Jim or Compass. The production credits show some pretty good names in there too – Tony Buck (from The Necks) on drums, and Mocky, Gonzales and Snax, who all have releases worth checking out. Jamie’s live performances around this time were also great – he would sample his voice over and over to build up intense live versions of his songs. See his performance of The City for From The Basement for an example of this. All in all, a great artist and singer.
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