Another Quality Album
Again, I love each song on this album and it has another song in which I have an obsession: MIRIAM. So, so good.
2. Happy Pills
3. Travelin’ On
4. Little Broken Hearts
5. After the Fall
Love this album
They are so much more than songs they are just wonderful stories plus they remind me of my time traveling in Italy.
Norah Jones' singing is excellent, mixing not so much
This is a solid pop album with the songs engaging and Norah Jones' vocals as strong as ever. The mixing is very bass heavy, to the point of annoyance. I never considered Norah Jones as boom car material but this album would give the subwoofers a work out.
Can't stop listening
I've been in love with this album since my ears fell upon it. I love that she's doing something different and welcome NJ and her collaborations. One of the reasons I'm in love with this CD is my fear of flying. I listened to this while taking off and Good Moring helped easy my anxities. Another reason to love this album, it's another side of Nora Jones and not just the girl next door type. I like the darker side of her.
One of my go to albums when while I'm in my moment of clarity...
Good Follow Up to "The Fall"
I appreciate the jazzy Norah, but this album is brimming with a controlled musical energy that I like. I can here some of her country twang and even spaghetti western influences, but it definitely still has a modern edge. This is a Norah I don't want to mess with and it's a revelation.
Hold on, now…….
I wonder how many Applecare advisors end up buying this album.
By Ali Jannesar
I feel relaxed
I love it
Super Suprised by this album
I don't ever listen to this type of music. I listen to a lot of Blues Rock/ Psychedelic rock. But I downloaded this album because I heard it was produced by Danger Mouse. What a great album! It has a super mellow, dreamy feeling to it. I can dig it.
I like it
Is it me, or does this album have a 1960s feel to it? I like music that makes me feel like I'm back in an era I wasn't even alive in. I've always loved Norah Jones and I'm still a fan.