Jamie Alexander Lidderdale (born 18 September 1973, Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, England), known professionally as Jamie Lidell, is an English musician and soul singer living in Nashville, Tennessee. Lidell was formerly a part of Super Collider. Lidell is known for layering tracks made with his voice into a microphone and performing the percussion and melody as a sequenced, beatboxing one-man band. Then over his augmented voices, he sings soul-inspired songs.
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
Jamie Lidell is an album by Jamie Lidell released in 2013 and produced by Lidell and Justin Stanley in Lidell's Nashville, Tennessee studio 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 m. Lidell added, "it’s the sound of the era I was going for, that [Jan.
Jamie Lidell (born September 18, 1973, Huntingdon, England) is a musician and soul singer, signed to Warp. Famed for his largely improvised shows, that see Jamie constructing his tracks live, voicing and layering right in front of your eyes, effortlessly whipping them out of the air and forging them into clanking electro riffs and deathprod funk grooves.
Jamie Lidell is his fourth record following his work as Super Collider with Cristian Vogel, and ever since Multiply, his 2005 return to solo work, Lidell has been pushing the envelope of his music landscape further and further into oblivion. At the time, the world didn't get Multiply. But believe it or not, the record may also be Lidell's most personal yet. The album's title choice was not one of laziness. Rather, Jamie Lidell is putting his best musical foot forward on this record, while still opening up to some pretty serious thoughts about himself. On "Blaming Something", he opens up about not wanting play the victim anymore, and how it isn't alright for him to blame wrongs done to him in the past for his current situation or his outlook on life
Jamie Lidell in traditionalist blue-eyed soul mode can be good; Jim is still a fine record to sink into on a weekend afternoon. But he shines when he really pushes things, playing up the unpredictable smooth-yet-sharp timbre of his voice and pitting it against a deviation of R&B that's not quite beholden to a specific style.
For a superb soul singer, Jamie Lidell is uncommonly good at production - and conversely, for a great producer, he has an incredible voice. Accordingly, his solo material and occasional collaborative projects always inhabit some common ground between the two. His self-titled solo album for Warp is slightly more a production album than a voice album, although all of the tracks are vocal productions
Performer:Jamie Lidell Genre: Electronic / Soulful music Title: Jamie Lidell Released: 2013 Style: IDM, Soul, Funk MP3 version ZIP size: 1846 mb FLAC version RAR size: 1736 mb Rating: 4.6 Votes: 529 Other Formats: MPC APE WMA XM WAV VOX AHX