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Tracklist

Another Day3:49
Wait For Me3:24
Out Of My System3:58
All I Wanna Do5:13
Little Bit Of Feel Good4:03
Figured Me Out4:27
Hurricane3:13
Green Light3:49
Where D'You Go?2:24
Rope Of Sand3:39

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    Cover of Jim, 2008-04-28, VinylJim
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    Warp Records – WARPLP160UK2008UK2008
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    Cover of Jim, 2008-03-31, CDJim
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    Warp Records – WARPCD160UK2008UK2008
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    Warp Records – WARPCD160XEurope2008Europe2008
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    Cover of Jim, 2008-05-03, CDJim
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    Warp Records – BRC-194L, Beat Records – BRC-194LJapan2008Japan2008
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    Cover of Jim, 2008-05-03, CDJim
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    Warp Records – BRC-194L, Beat Records – BRC-194LJapan2008Japan2008
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    Warp Records – WARPCD160UK2008UK2008
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    Cover of Jim, 2008, CDJim
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    Warp Records – WARPCD160UK2008UK2008
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    • Bradx's avatar
      Bradx
      Somewhat reminiscent of a bad Elton John album and about as funky. Found this for 49p in a charity shop. Feeling ripped-off.
      • scoundrel's avatar
        scoundrel
        Jamie Lidell continues his soul takeover of Warp with JIM, though this time, he seems to channel a feel-good 60s vibe right off the bat on "Another Day" and "Green Light." "Wait For Me" continues this, but "Out Of My System," "Little Bit Of Feel Good," and "Hurricane" dive head-first into the funk-soul. Lidell seems to be engaging with funk on a more pure level here, with less electronic nudging as on MULTIPLY, but he also shows his more sensitive side with "All I Wanna Do" and "Rope of Sand." But, mostly, he wants to party, like on "Figured Me Out" or the piano-driven "Where D'You Go?" Some good times to be had with JIM.
        • Numanoid's avatar
          Numanoid
          Why did Warp let Jimi Tenor go, and put their money on this guy instead? I guess Like Sheffield Wednesday they can no longer afford to select from the top tier

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