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The International Ronnie Scott's Radio Show feat. Jamie Cullum

The International Ronnie Scott's Radio Show feat. Jamie Cullum

Playing tracks by

Chaka Khan, Jarrod Lawson, The Miles Davis Nonet, Jamie Cullum, Charles Mingus and more.

Chart positions

This show was 7th in the global funk - soul - jazz chart and 19th in the global jazz chart.

This week Ian Shaw catches up with old friend Jamie Cullum after a sell out sensation of a show debuting his brand new album Interlude. Music and news comes from Jamie, as well as classics from Chaka Khan, Mingus & Monk, a live Ronnie Scott's recording from Dizzy Gillespie, and new music from Jarrod Lawson.


ESB Jazz Radio

Great Session

Sonia Loris

Just Excellent Sélection for a Great Session ! Thanks '

The Soul Preacher

I wondered if Chaka Khan would sing the fast and complex "alto break" in "Night Of Tunisia" but the keyboards were taking that part with just one long lasting tone. That might be the only weak spot in that otherwise fantastic cover version. Would you say Jarrod Lawson's singing style starting at 6:15 was inspired by D’Angelo's "Brown Sugar". I thought so.

This is a wonderful compilation of songs again. Congratulations! Jamie Cullum is very cool. And of course Dizzy in your club, WOW!!!

The Ronnie Scott's Radio Show

Thanks Soul Preacher! We always loving hearing what you've got to say. Chaka's Bebop Medley is astounding but we'd also love to hear her attempt the 'alto break'! In regards to Jarrod Lawson, D'Angelo is a VERY significant influence, you can hear Jarrod in conversation on an upcoming show. Not to mention 'our' Jamie, what a great performer! Thanks for listening and keep up the good work yourself!

The Soul Preacher

I agree with everything you say. Chaka Khan is really amazing. Such a powerful voice. One funny thing: I watched the first "Bluesbrothers" movie (1980) so many times until I finally recognized Chaka Khan is member of the church choir standing right behind James Brown (as the reverend). And anyone I tell is just as surprised. Look out next time you watch it. I really love your work Ian and I was so impressed by numerous interviews and the Ronnie Scotts as a club from just two visits. Someone said if you make your profession turn into a hobby you are on vacation for a lifetime. Considering the hard work to prepare a radio show like this it could be true for you. Thanks much!