Jim (album)

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Jim
Studio album by Jamie Lidell
Released April 28, 2008
Genre Soul
Label Warp Records
Jamie Lidell chronology
Multiply Additions
(2006)
Jim
(2008)
Compass
(2010)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars[1]
Crawdaddy! (favorable)[2]
The Guardian 4/5 stars[3]
Okayplayer (89/100)[4]
Paste (?)[5]
Pitchfork Media (7.9/10)[6]
The Stranger 4/4 stars[7]

Jim is a 2008 album from Jamie Lidell. The album is less electronica-oriented than his previous album, Multiply.[8] In early 2009, Jim was named Best Pop/Rock Album at the 8th Annual Independent Music Awards.[9] For the week of May 17, 2008, the album reached #183 on the U.S. Billboard Top 200 Albums, as well as #7 for Heatseekers Album and #23 for Independent Album.[10]

Track listing[edit]

Written by Jamie Lidell and Dominic 'Mocky' Salole (except where noted)

  1. "Another Day" - 3:49
  2. "Wait for Me" - 3:23
  3. "Out of My System" - 3:58
  4. "All I Wanna Do" - 5:13
  5. "Little Bit of Feel Good" - 4:03 (Lidell/Salole/Andre Vida)
  6. "Figured Me Out" - 4:27
  7. "Hurricane" - 3:13
  8. "Green Light" - 3:49 (Lidell/Salole/Jason Charles Beck)
  9. "Where D'You Go?" - 2:24 (Beck)
  10. "Rope of Sand" - 3:39

Tracks featured on limited edition CDs[edit]

  1. "Multiply" (That's Live Multiply Sessions) - 4:08
  2. "What's the Use" (That's Live Multiply Sessions) - 4:11
  3. "What Is It This Time?" (That's Live Multiply Sessions) - 3:04
  4. "Game for Fools" (That's Live Multiply Sessions) - 2:29

Credits[edit]

  • Jamie Lidell - Voices, kazoo, brush, drums, tape treatments, bells, claps, tambourine, finger cymbals, marroean sax, recorder, harmonica, off guitar, talkbox, guitar, synth, bass, toy piano, organ, clav, magic omnichord
  • Mocky - Drums, guitar, cowbell, organ, synth, bass, piano, claps, backup vocals, keys, percussion, Rhodes piano, clav, mandolin, backup vocals
  • Gonzales - Piano, organ, tambourine, drums, hammond
  • Hildur Gudnadottir - Cello, backup vocals
  • Linda Lee Hopkins, Tatiana Heintz, Joniece Jamison, Nikka Costa, Peaches - Backup vocals
  • Stuart Cole, David Ralicke - Horns
  • Shawn Davis - Tambourine, bass
  • David Palmer - Clavs, flute synth
  • Snax - "Digital chunky druma"
  • Bill Youngman - Conga
  • Brian LeBarton - Clavinet
  • Tim Davidson - Tenor saxophone

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