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Album: Norah Jones - Feels Like Home
Monday, 2004 July 19 - 11:47 pm
Norah Jones' second album, "Feels Like Home", gives us a little more country and a little less blues.

The tone of Norah Jones' "Feels Like Home" is decidedly different than that of her debut album "Come Away With Me". We get a bit more jangly country rhythm and a bit less melancholy soul.

It seems to work. Her voice is suitable for this kind of music. It's not quite as arresting; we won't find anything that quite grabs us emotionally the way "Don't Know Why" did. But it's soothing and mellow, the kind of thing you'd listen to on a quiet summer evening.

The top pick for this album is the quietly bitter song "Carnival Town". It's mysterious and sad, making a good counterpoint to the more upbeat songs like "Sunrise" and "Creepin' In". The album manages to give us both quiet and sunny without seeming disjointed.

Rating: 4/5
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