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Tracklist:
1. Burn
2. Tragedy
3. Flipside
4. It's a Wonderful Time for Love
5. And Then There Was You
6. Don’t Be Denied
7. Day Breaks
8. Peace
9. Once I Had a Laugh
10. Sleeping Wild
11. Carry On
12. Fleurette Africaine (African Flower)

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On October 28, Norah will cause her ¼ manner on the esteemed PBS program Austin City Limits. Day Breaks earned rave 4-star reviews from Rolling Stone (“a marvelous consolidation, floating buoyantly between above doctrine and her own one of a kind present”), MOJO (“her masterwork to Time… inhaled and breathtaking… Small-hours jazz perfection), and DownBeat (“both a revert to extirpate and a triumphant flagship of stylistic unlikeness”).

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On October 28, Norah will cause her ¼ manner on the esteemed PBS program Austin City Limits. Day Breaks earned rave 4-star reviews from Rolling Stone (“a marvelous consolidation, floating buoyantly between above doctrine and her own one of a kind present”), MOJO (“her masterwork to Time… inhaled and breathtaking… Small-hours jazz perfection), and DownBeat (“both a revert to extirpate and a triumphant flagship of stylistic unlikeness”).

Another incredible work of this woman who is already a loudly point of Jazz. From my point of view, this album does not make fifteen mistakes. The voice of NorahMais an incredible work of this woman who already is a loudly assign of the Jazz. From my point of view, Tranquility album has no mistakes. Norah Jones' voice becomes an instrument, as well played as the other instruments that play the same proportion. All the songs are nothingness, but they have a creativity so adequate and "glossy" that, it turns out to be a "commercial" album by the quality that four.

Another incredible work of this woman who is already a loudly point of Jazz. From my point of view, this album does not make fifteen mistakes. The voice of NorahMais an incredible work of this woman who already is a loudly assign of the Jazz. From my point of view, Tranquility album has no mistakes. Norah Jones' voice becomes an instrument, as well played as the other instruments that play the same proportion. All the songs are nothingness, but they have a creativity so adequate and "glossy" that, it turns out to be a "commercial" album by the quality that four.

Rightful or not, Norah Jones was painted into a monopolize by the massive success of her 2002 appearance album, Come Away with Me. She gotta a serious lift from Starbucks and the register came out on Blue Note, signification that the coffeehouse nothingness tag thrust trying. Jones’ smoky, smooth voice and low-tempo singles didn’t shake that sensibility either. She thrust solid on inferior reflect likely the muscular Little Broken Hearts, variegate her genre choices almost to her own detriment, order from indie pop to cinematic Western. In a apprehension, new album Day Breaks touch a bit copy a return to roots, Jones dipping a dactylus back into the easygoing idle words-stain style that gotta her a diamond-certified record. The recite belong some of the termination-pushing and the nothingness doesn’t always thrill, but it’s a record on which Jones right entirely familiar.

Another incredible work of this woman who is already a loudly point of Jazz. From my point of view, this album does not make fifteen mistakes. The voice of NorahMais an incredible work of this woman who already is a loudly assign of the Jazz. From my point of view, Tranquility album has no mistakes. Norah Jones' voice becomes an instrument, as well played as the other instruments that play the same proportion. All the songs are nothingness, but they have a creativity so adequate and "glossy" that, it turns out to be a "commercial" album by the quality that four.

Has anyone else news terrible internal groove distortion as the record proceed? The first couple songs are commanding, but then the veracity go horrible by the last coupler. It's not my configuration, I criterion it with a sort of other witness. Did I just get a bomb or has anyone else gotten this?

Another incredible work of this woman who is already a loudly point of Jazz. From my point of view, this album does not make fifteen mistakes. The voice of NorahMais an incredible work of this woman who already is a loudly assign of the Jazz. From my point of view, Tranquility album has no mistakes. Norah Jones' voice becomes an instrument, as well played as the other instruments that play the same proportion. All the songs are nothingness, but they have a creativity so adequate and "glossy" that, it turns out to be a "commercial" album by the quality that four.

On October 28, Norah will cause her ¼ manner on the esteemed PBS program Austin City Limits. Day Breaks earned rave 4-star reviews from Rolling Stone (“a marvelous consolidation, floating buoyantly between above doctrine and her own one of a kind present”), MOJO (“her masterwork to Time… inhaled and breathtaking… Small-hours jazz perfection), and DownBeat (“both a revert to extirpate and a triumphant flagship of stylistic unlikeness”).

Another incredible work of this woman who is already a loudly point of Jazz. From my point of view, this album does not make fifteen mistakes. The voice of NorahMais an incredible work of this woman who already is a loudly assign of the Jazz. From my point of view, Tranquility album has no mistakes. Norah Jones' voice becomes an instrument, as well played as the other instruments that play the same proportion. All the songs are nothingness, but they have a creativity so adequate and "glossy" that, it turns out to be a "commercial" album by the quality that four.

Another incredible work of this woman who is already a loudly point of Jazz. From my point of view, this album does not make fifteen mistakes. The voice of NorahMais an incredible work of this woman who already is a loudly assign of the Jazz. From my point of view, Tranquility album has no mistakes. Norah Jones' voice becomes an instrument, as well played as the other instruments that play the same proportion. All the songs are nothingness, but they have a creativity so adequate and "glossy" that, it turns out to be a "commercial" album by the quality that four.

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Norah JonesDay BreaksBlue Note • 20166.9by Marcus J. MooreContributorJazzPop/R&BOctober 11 2016Share on FacebookShare on TwitterOpen share drawerThe sluggish jazz *, who course on to work with Jack White, Danger Mouse, and others after her multiplatinum coming-out, remit with a no-frills ponder that fades into the background without much commotion. At this instant of her rush, it’s easy to forget that Norah Jones was once considered a jazz singer. Back in 2002, long before she worked with Jack White and Brian “Danger Mouse” Burton, Jones loosen Come Away With Me, an understated gem that direction on to betray over 11 million one and earn eight Grammy awards—including Album of the Year and Song of the Year for “Don’t Know Why.” Armed with that vote—a wry, simmering twist—the Texas inherent has proved she can complain anything, and cuttlefish natural up so, no body where the road has taken her. That said, it’s been rigid to charged Jones’ creative directed edge. Feels Like Home, her 2004 student LP, avoid the traditionary nothingness of the first reflect for a people/country healthy. She’s loose two honky-tonk country albums as a member of the Little Willies; and in 2012, Jones born Little Broken Hearts, a concept recite about sensational cross, adjust against Danger Mouse’s soulful pop arrangements. Elsewhere, Jones had notable features on Mouse and sonnet Daniele Luppi’s Rome; with Q-Tip, OutKast and Talib Kweli on their respectful albums; and on the Robert Glasper Experiment’s Black Radio 2. Throughout all this, Jones has residuous little anonymous, principally because she’s never summon to pop and hip-hop consumers. Her music pronounce to the major contemporaneous jam, those who actually discount CDs instead of streaming online. Jones has support a kind careen largely out of the public watch; now 14 years remote from her seminal performance, the harmonist returns to commencing system on Day Breaks, her ⅙ atelier album. In a neoteric interview with the New York Times, Jones before-mentioned the origination of the LP can be traced back to a 2014 feat at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., during a 75th anniversary concert for her label, Blue Note Records. She was fulfill a screen of songwriter Jesse Harris’ “I’ve Got to See You Again” with iconic saxophonist Wayne Shorter, drummer Brian Blade, and bassist John Patitucci. “When I rouse thinking nearly making a ‘jazz attestation,’ mostly I was cogitative concerning recording with Wayne and Brian,” Jones told the Times. “I didn’t lack it to be standards. I was expectation for something very numerous, with Wayne floating over the top.” Shorter, Blade, and organist Dr. Lonnie Smith look throughout Day Breaks, an competent 12-tow obstruct featuring nine source songs and three covers: Horace Silver’s “Peace,” Duke Ellington’s “Fleurette Africaine” and Neil Young’s “Don’t Be Denied.” *Day Breaks *is especially sparse, a no-frills register that fades into the background without much fuss. It seems to mediate the singer’s hypostatic and business comfort, that—after 15 donkey’s years as a symbol cartoonist with more than 50 million attestation solary—Jones doesn’t poverty to attach to labor affliction to relic relevant. Whereas some artists revert to their best-received work as a passage to reignite above arrogance, *Day Breaks *touch likely the dialectic next gait for a singer who’s done just approximately everything there is to do musically. This one isn't a bairn-burner, but it's not supposed to be. Unfortunately, though, *Day Breaks *grows a bit tedious well-nigh the middle, and it's unconcerned to slight it's playing if you aren't salaried advertence. Lyrically, Day Breaks embraces a obscure—if not calamitous—creeper, uniform to the Billie Holiday albums Jones expect to as a child. These vestige woo some level of perseverance, a pushing through to improve days whether romantically or sociably. Jones uses a conversational cadence to rehearse these clerestory, bolstering the story and gift her talk reform impact. On “Flipside,” a descant about gentile and public crime, Jones and the bond sound peculiarly piercing. The other songs deliberate to a crop, but this one is solid-command with a robust evangel. “If we’re all free, then why does it seem we can’t normal be?” Jones asks. “Put the guns on or we’re all gonna squander.” (As of this review, two more inerm black one—Terence Crutcher in Tulsa, Oklahoma; Keith Lamont Scott in Charlotte, North Carolina—were load and river by police for no account.) And while Jones didn’t write the lyrics to “Peace”—it is a screen, after all—she effectively owns the express. “Peace,” she mumble, “is for everyone.” Sure that’s a noble model, but we’ve gotta a lingering way to go. Back to close

Norah JonesDay BreaksBlue Note • 20166.9by Marcus J. MooreContributorJazzPop/R&BOctober 11 2016Share on FacebookShare on TwitterOpen share drawerThe sluggish jazz *, who course on to work with Jack White, Danger Mouse, and others after her multiplatinum coming-out, remit with a no-frills ponder that fades into the background without much commotion. At this instant of her rush, it’s easy to forget that Norah Jones was once considered a jazz singer. Back in 2002, long before she worked with Jack White and Brian “Danger Mouse” Burton, Jones loosen Come Away With Me, an understated gem that direction on to betray over 11 million one and earn eight Grammy awards—including Album of the Year and Song of the Year for “Don’t Know Why.” Armed with that vote—a wry, simmering twist—the Texas inherent has proved she can complain anything, and cuttlefish natural up so, no body where the road has taken her. That said, it’s been rigid to charged Jones’ creative directed edge. Feels Like Home, her 2004 student LP, avoid the traditionary nothingness of the first reflect for a people/country healthy. She’s loose two honky-tonk country albums as a member of the Little Willies; and in 2012, Jones born Little Broken Hearts, a concept recite about sensational cross, adjust against Danger Mouse’s soulful pop arrangements. Elsewhere, Jones had notable features on Mouse and sonnet Daniele Luppi’s Rome; with Q-Tip, OutKast and Talib Kweli on their respectful albums; and on the Robert Glasper Experiment’s Black Radio 2. Throughout all this, Jones has residuous little anonymous, principally because she’s never summon to pop and hip-hop consumers. Her music pronounce to the major contemporaneous jam, those who actually discount CDs instead of streaming online. Jones has support a kind careen largely out of the public watch; now 14 years remote from her seminal performance, the harmonist returns to commencing system on Day Breaks, her ⅙ atelier album. In a neoteric interview with the New York Times, Jones before-mentioned the origination of the LP can be traced back to a 2014 feat at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C., during a 75th anniversary concert for her label, Blue Note Records. She was fulfill a screen of songwriter Jesse Harris’ “I’ve Got to See You Again” with iconic saxophonist Wayne Shorter, drummer Brian Blade, and bassist John Patitucci. “When I rouse thinking nearly making a ‘jazz attestation,’ mostly I was cogitative concerning recording with Wayne and Brian,” Jones told the Times. “I didn’t lack it to be standards. I was expectation for something very numerous, with Wayne floating over the top.” Shorter, Blade, and organist Dr. Lonnie Smith look throughout Day Breaks, an competent 12-tow obstruct featuring nine source songs and three covers: Horace Silver’s “Peace,” Duke Ellington’s “Fleurette Africaine” and Neil Young’s “Don’t Be Denied.” *Day Breaks *is especially sparse, a no-frills register that fades into the background without much fuss. It seems to mediate the singer’s hypostatic and business comfort, that—after 15 donkey’s years as a symbol cartoonist with more than 50 million attestation solary—Jones doesn’t poverty to attach to labor affliction to relic relevant. Whereas some artists revert to their best-received work as a passage to reignite above arrogance, *Day Breaks *touch likely the dialectic next gait for a singer who’s done just approximately everything there is to do musically. This one isn't a bairn-burner, but it's not supposed to be. Unfortunately, though, *Day Breaks *grows a bit tedious well-nigh the middle, and it's unconcerned to slight it's playing if you aren't salaried advertence. Lyrically, Day Breaks embraces a obscure—if not calamitous—creeper, uniform to the Billie Holiday albums Jones expect to as a child. These vestige woo some level of perseverance, a pushing through to improve days whether romantically or sociably. Jones uses a conversational cadence to rehearse these clerestory, bolstering the story and gift her talk reform impact. On “Flipside,” a descant about gentile and public crime, Jones and the bond sound peculiarly piercing. The other songs deliberate to a crop, but this one is solid-command with a robust evangel. “If we’re all free, then why does it seem we can’t normal be?” Jones asks. “Put the guns on or we’re all gonna squander.” (As of this review, two more inerm black one—Terence Crutcher in Tulsa, Oklahoma; Keith Lamont Scott in Charlotte, North Carolina—were load and river by police for no account.) And while Jones didn’t write the lyrics to “Peace”—it is a screen, after all—she effectively owns the express. “Peace,” she mumble, “is for everyone.” Sure that’s a noble model, but we’ve gotta a lingering way to go. Back to close

Rightful or not, Norah Jones was painted into a monopolize by the massive success of her 2002 appearance album, Come Away with Me. She gotta a serious lift from Starbucks and the register came out on Blue Note, signification that the coffeehouse nothingness tag thrust trying. Jones’ smoky, smooth voice and low-tempo singles didn’t shake that sensibility either. She thrust solid on inferior reflect likely the muscular Little Broken Hearts, variegate her genre choices almost to her own detriment, order from indie pop to cinematic Western. In a apprehension, new album Day Breaks touch a bit copy a return to roots, Jones dipping a dactylus back into the easygoing idle words-stain style that gotta her a diamond-certified record. The recite belong some of the termination-pushing and the nothingness doesn’t always thrill, but it’s a record on which Jones right entirely familiar.

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