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Jamie Lidell - Jim
Jamie Lidell - Jim
Performer: Jamie Lidell
Title: Jim
Label: Warp Records, Beat Records
Country: Japan
Released: 03 May 2008
Style: Funk
Cat: BRC-194L
Rating: 4.7/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1334 mb | MP3 size: 1527 mb | WMA size: 2093 mb
Genre: Electronic / Funk

2Little Bit Of Feel Good (L.A. Garage Mix)
3Rope Of Sand
4Another Day
5Green Light
6Little Bit Of Feel Good
7All I Wanna Do
8Figured Me Out
9Where D’You Go?
10Figured Me Out (L.A. Garage Mix)
11Wait For Me
12Out Of My System


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
WARPCD160Jamie Lidell Jim ‎(CD, Album)Warp RecordsWARPCD160UK2008
WARPCD160Jamie Lidell Jim ‎(CD, Album)Warp RecordsWARPCD160US2008
WARPCD160PJamie Lidell Jim ‎(CD, Album, Promo, Dig)Warp RecordsWARPCD160PUK2008
BRC-194LJamie Lidell Jim ‎(CD, Album)Warp Records, Beat RecordsBRC-194LJapan2008
WARPCD160Jamie Lidell Jim ‎(CDr, Album, Num, Promo, Wat)Warp RecordsWARPCD160UK2008


  • Liner Notes伊藤なつみ
  • Translated By浅沼優子


Track 11 and 12 are bonus tracks for Japan. Sample sticker on barcode OBI.


  • Barcode: 4 523132 111940
  • Matrix / Runout: BRC–194 MT G01
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L270
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 4464


  • Licensed From – Warp Records
  • Manufactured By – Beat Records
  • Pressed By – Memory-Tech



Jamie Lidell is an album by Jamie Lidell released in 2013 and produced by Lidell and Justin Stanley in Lidell's Nashville, Tennessee studio. The lead single, What a Shame, was released on YouTube on Nov 16, 2012. Lidell cited Janet Jackson as the inspiration for the album, saying I got into Rhythm Nation and Control and thought 'these are amazing songs, why don't they make them like this anymore I want to make them like that' So that's what kicked it off for me. Lidell added, its the sound of. Jim is a studio album by Jamie Lidell. It was released through Warp on 28 April 2008. It peaked at number 8 on the UK Independent Albums Chart, as well as number 183 on the Billboard 200 chart, number 7 on the Billboard Heatseekers Albums chart, and number 23 on the Billboard Independent Albums chart. All tracks are written by Jamie Lidell and Dominic 'Mocky' Salole, except where noted. Rock Electronic. Jamie Lidell. Songs in album Jamie Lidell - Jim 2008. Jamie Lidell - Another Day. Jamie Lidell - Wait For Me. Jamie Lidell - Out Of My System. Jamie Lidell - All I Wanna Do. Jamie Lidell - Little Bit Of Feel Good. Jamie Lidell - Figured Me Out. Jamie Lidell - Hurricane. Jamie Lidell - Green Light. Jamie Lidell - Where D'you Go. Jamie Lidell - Ro. The former laptop artist re-invented himself as a 21st century soulman, reconfiguring Stevie Wonder, Otis Redding, and Ray Charles into a futuristic runway show bursting with positive energy and musical cleverness. The album was showered with praise but it was unable to find the mainstream audience it so obviously coveted, and so clearly deserved. Lidell has upped the ante with Jim, making his sophomore soul masterpiece even more palatable to Top 40 fan. Listen free to Jamie Lidell Jim Another Day, Wait for Me and more. 10 tracks 37:54. Jamie Lidell has apparently been reducing not only his equipment list to its basics, but his production style, so it includes a minimum of things that you need to program much less plug in. Of course, that jives with his gradual blossoming as an unhinged soul singer on 2005's Multiply, which has only blossomed further for 2008's Jim, a neo-soul record that sounds like it was recorded live, in the kind of studio that each of the album's seven to eight musicians actually could fit into. Jamie Lidell: English musician and soul singer living in Nashville, Tennessee. Lidell was formerly a part of Super Collider. Clean, We All Fall Down, Monster и другие песни. Jamie Lidell - Enough's Enough unplugged in the street. Released: Apr 2008. Label: Warp Records. No Englishman has laid down more blue-eyed soul than Jamie Lidell since Van Morrison moondanced. On his third solo outing, Jim, the former techno-funkster as one half of Super Collider channels the '60s-era spirits of Sam Cooke, Marvin Gaye and James Brown, completely shedding any electronic remnants. Twinkling piano, handclaps and even tweeting birds provide a lush knoll for Lidell's silky gospel on Another Day, while the funky glide of retro-soul numbers Out of My System an