...Featuring Norah Jones
by Norah Jones

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Track Listing

1 Love Me
2 Virginia Moon - (featuring Norah Jones)
3 Turn Them - (featuring Norah Jones)
4 Baby It's Cold Outside - (featuring Norah Jones)
5 Bull Rider
6 Ruler of My Heart - (featuring Norah Jones)
7 Best Part, The
8 Take Off Your Cool - (featuring Norah Jones)
9 Life Is Better - (featuring Norah Jones)
10 Soon the New Day - (featuring Norah Jones)
11 Little Lou, Prophet Jack, Ugly John - (featuring Norah Jones)
12 Here We Go Again - (featuring Norah Jones)
13 Loretta - (featuring David Rawlings/Gillian Welch)
14 Dear John - (featuring Norah Jones)
15 Creepin' In - (featuring Dolly Parton)
16 Court & Spark - (featuring Norah Jones)
17 More Than This - (featuring Norah Jones)
18 Blue Bayou - (featuring M. Ward)

Featured Artists: David Rawlings and Gillian Welch and Dolly Parton and M. Ward

Genre: Jazz Vocal
  • Genre: Popular Music
  • Release Date: March 2014
  • Label: Blue Note (Label)
  • Format: LP
  • Number of Discs: 1
Music Reviews

Editorial Reviews

Uncut - 4 stars out of 5 -- "There are knockabout duets with big names, but more interesting is hearing Jones sweeten hip hop tracks and add heavenly harmonies to indie sessions."

Billboard (p.24) - "The singer is especially good on 'Life Is Better,' a sexy soul-rap track from Q-Tip's 2008 THE RENAISSANCE, and on 'Dear John,' a bleary duet with Ryan Adams that reminds listeners that even multiplatinum prodigies can get the blues."

Mojo (Publisher) (p.97) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "This 18-song miscellany reminds us that talent loves the company of talent, one-off duets with Ray Charles and Dolly Parton underlining Jones's seemingly effortless ascent to premier league status."

Paste (magazine) - "The burble of organ on 'Turn Them,' a duet with Sean Bones, may be the album's finest sonic hook, a sound that subtly mimics her mellifluous vocals."

Record Collector (magazine) (p.84) - "As a showcase for Norah's voice, it's fantastic. As an illustration of her ability to stretch herself far from the dinner party soft jazz of her perceived populist image, it's even better."

Clash (Magazine) - "[T]he close vocal harmonies with Gillian Welch are particularly strong and a version of Roxy Music's 'More Than This' is utterly charming."

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