Editors’ Notes With a knack for blending classic jazz with modern pop, Jamie Cullum isn't exactly who you’d call a traditionalist, and that’s precisely what makes Interlude so surprising. Recorded with an intimate acoustic combo and built around a selection of indelible jazz standards, Interlude is the first of Cullum’s albums that truly sounds like it could have been recorded during the golden age of postwar jazz, echoing everything from John Coltrane’s classic quartet on “Out of this World” to Rat Pack razzle-dazzle on “Lovesick Blues.” With Cullum’s deceptively easygoing voice placed front and center, however, the album is really a singer’s showcase. Cullum expertly swings from joyous abandon to wounded heartbreak, proving he can easily stand alongside his jazz heroes.

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Interlude
1
3:26
 
Don't You Know
2
2:56
 
The Seer's Tower
3
3:55
 
Walkin'
4
2:42
 
Good Morning Heartache (feat. Laura Mvula)
5
3:32
 
Sack o' Woe
6
3:45
 
Don't Let Me Be Misunderstood (feat. Gregory Porter)
7
2:59
 
My One and Only Love
8
4:32
 
Lovesick Blues
9
3:07
 
Losing You
10
3:24
 
Out of This World
11
5:51
 
Make Someone Happy
12
3:28
 
Come and Get Me
13
2:59
 
Lullaby of the Leaves
14
3:15
 
Come Rain Or Come Shine
15
4:28
 

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