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This album is Mastered for iTunes. It may not be obvious at first, but this is a breakthrough album for GRAMMY®-winner Norah Jones. The sultry vocals and consistently laid-back tempos of her first two releases (the mega-selling Come Away With Me and Feels Like Home) are here, the slow pace only interrupted by “Sinkin’ Soon,” with its cabaret vibe, funky trombone, and pots and pans percussion. But Not Too Late has a more stripped-down, earthier feel that signals a subtle shift in Jones’ sound, and it’s significant that she wrote or cowrote all of the songs on the album. She continues to borrow and blend the quieter elements of jazz, soul, and country, but the songs are spare, full of space, and less reliant on jazzy arrangements to hold them up this time around. Her use of strings adds texture to these simmering songs, and there are plenty of thoughtful lyrics that range from the personal to the political. Jones is young and still finding her true voice as a songwriter, but Not Too Late is a move forward artistically and further confirmation of her considerable talent.

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I’ve loved Norah right from the first second I heard “Come Away With Me”. I love the jazziness of that entire album.. it reminds me of what I love about Diana Krall except a touch softer and poppier. I am not a big country fan, but absolutely love Feels Like Home. I know its not all country, but it veers that direction, more towards the guitar and away from the jazzy paino ballads of Come Away With Me. I’ve listened to snippets of her new much poppier “Little Broken Hearts” and must admit I felt a little disappointment… it just sounded to me too much like mainstream stuff and didn’t immediately strike me with the rich depth and charm of her other music… so I bought this one instead… on vinyl. And let me tell you, it is my favorite yet. Kind of a hybrid of all her styles - a little country pluck, a little smoky jazz, plenty of melody and pop sensibility. Just love this. And the warmth of the vinyl record just adds to the romantic ambience of it.

Another Great Album from Norah

A nice follow up to "Feels Like Home" and "Come Away With Me." Another must have Norah Jones album. Her music is beautifully and thoughtfully composed. She makes the mood magical.

Truly evolving

I came to know Norah Jones first with this album. If you follow her from her first album to now, you can see her evolving as an artist! She really knows how to pull you into the music and you feel the emotions of the song come to life.

My biggest complaint about everyone comparing her newer albums to her first and how they are drifting away from her roots, is that if you only stay in one place people are going to get bored. If you can expand your ears a little, you will evolve with her! Don't put your favorite artist in a bubble expecting them to stay the same because then you're the disappointed one missing out on her amazing talents!

Biography

Born: March 30, 1979 in Brooklyn, NY

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Vocalist and pianist Norah Jones developed a unique blend of jazz and traditional vocal pop, with hints of bluesy country and contemporary folk, due in large part to her unique upbringing. The daughter of Ravi Shankar, Jones grew up in Texas with her mother. While she always found the music of Billie Holiday and Bill Evans both intriguing and comforting, she didn't really explore jazz until attending Dallas' Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts. During high school,...
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