A minor gem showcasing her porous musical boundaries and cross-genre virtuosity
One of the most miraculous things about Norah Jones is that she refuses to be pigeonholed by the music that has largely defined her career. The elegant, mellow piano pop on early albums like Come Away with Me and Feels Like Home could have isolated her in the ranks of other mom-rock artists like Sarah McLachlan or Sheryl Crow. But Jones has managed to channel her roots as a lounge singer in jazz and blues clubs into a prolific career of musical experimentation and collaboration.
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Norah Jones - Begin Again Review