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Like the exploding piano on its cover, Jamie Cullum’s long-awaited new Verve album The Pursuit blows away audience and artist, preconceptions.

The Pursuit – the English singer/songwriter/pianist/multi-instrumentalist’s third Verve album, and his first in four years – is an expansive labor of love that embraces the full range of the artist,’s diverse talents and far-flung musical passions. Cullum’s prior releases Twentysomething and Catching Tales are international crossover smashes selling more than 4 million combined copies worldwide.


The Pursuit features nine Cullum originals and five cover songs that showcase the Grammy_ and Golden Globe nominated entertainer’s unique voice and iconoclastic interpretive skills. The self-penned gems include the buoyant first single ‘I’m All Over It,’ the cheerfully apocalyptic ‘Wheels,’ the animated swing of ‘You and Me Are Gone,’ Cullum’s love song to music ‘Mixtape’ and his love song to love ‘Love Ain’t Gonna Let You Down. Elsewhere on the album, Cullum reinvents 1930s jazz standards (Cole Porter’s Just One Of Those Things and Love For Sale ), brings the dance floor into the bedroom (Rihanna’s Don’t Stop The Music ) and cleans the pancake off the Great White Way (Leslie Bricusse’s ‘If I Ruled the World’ and Stephen Sondheim’s ‘Not While I’m Around’).

Cullum’s highest profile side projects were via his ever growing courtship with Hollywood; beginning with 2007’s animated Disney feature Meet The Robinsons in which Jamie was the singing voice of Frankie The Frog, continuing with his vocal on the Golden Globe-nominated Best Original Song from the John Cusack film Grace Is Gone, and culminating in his co-writing and performing with Clint Eastwood the Golden Globe-nominated Best Original Song from 2008’s Gran Torino.

Inspired by the creative breadth of projects he was a part of since Catching Tales, and having liberated himself from the usual recording constraints of schedule, equipment and instruments when he built his own aptly-named Terrified Studios in London (a nod to his admitted intimidation in the face of technology), Cullum approached The Pursuit with a loose, experimental atmosphere that was only hinted at in his earlier albums. Cullum’s willigness to defy convention has served him well during his lifelong pursuit of musical fulfillment. He began playing piano and guitar at the age of eight; in his mid teens, Cullum was in & out of rock bands playing guitar, drums and piano; he was also the drummer in a hip-hop combo, eventually finding his way back to jazz through the samples used in his favorite hip-hop recordings; and Cullum spent the end of his teen years living in Paris, where he honed his skills performing in local jazz clubs before going on to become the biggest-selling British jazz artist, of all time. Cullum has won an enviable reputation as a magnetic live performer, playing freewheeling concerts that emphasize spontaneity and improvisation and which rarely employ a set list.

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