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Norah Jones: Come Away With Me (EMI Capitol)

Review by Tim Clifford, Rock's Backpages, February 2002

NORAH JONES may not be up there with Wolf J Flywheel in the memorable moniker stakes, but mark it well. Produced by Arif Mardin, this ...

Norah Jones: Shhhh

Report and Interview by Phil Sutcliffe, Blender, August 2002

Norah Jones wants you to listen to her gentle supper-club pop. And why not? The 23-year-old daughter of Ravi Shankar is the biggest leftfield star ...

Norah Jones at Shepherd's Bush Empire, London

Live Review by Adam Sweeting, Guardian, The, October 2002

At 23, Norah Jones is both old beyond her years and curiously insecure in front of an audience, even such a plainly partisan one as ...

Norah Jones: Symphony Hall, Atlanta ****

Live Review by Phil Sutcliffe, Q, November 2002

Languid jazz and songs about lap dancers? Must be an audience with
America's engaging new sophisto-diva.       ...

Cover story: Norah Jones

Interview by Robin Eggar, Sunday Times, February 2004

Norah Jones thinks her new album is much better than her debut. Will her 18m fans agree, asks Robin Eggar. ...

And Now For My Next Trick: Norah Jones and the Difficult Second Album Syndrome

Comment by Andy Gill, Independent, The, February 2004

BY THIS TIME next week, Norah Jones will probably be nestling atop the album charts with Feels like Home, the follow-up to her multi-platinum, Grammy-grabbing ...

Right On Time: Norah Jones: Not Too Late (Blue Note) ****

Review by Chris Ingham, MOJO, February 2007

The bar has been raised with Norah's triumphant homemade third album, declares Chris Ingham ...

Norah Jones: The Fall

Review by Phil Sutcliffe, MOJO, December 2009

THE FALL IS A PRETTY comprehensive break-up album. Norah Jones has broken up with Lee Alexander, for eight years her boyfriend and double-bassist and, on ...

10 Questions for Norah Jones

Interview by Graeme Thomson, Arts Desk, The, April 2012

NORAH JONES is back. New haircut, new sound, new producer. The first of these, while very nice, needn't concern us too much. The second, meanwhile, ...

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