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Norah Jones: Feels Like Home

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When Norah Jones’ wildly anticipated Feels Like Home debuted atop the pop charts and set first week sales records, I heard a wonderfully curious comment about the album on a local Toronto news station. With seemingly no sense of irony, the reviewer enthused, “The celebrated jazz singer delivers another excellent selection of pop and country tunes.”

Now, math has never been my strong suit, but if this is only Jones’ second album and is being praised as another pop-country triumph, where and how does the “jazz singer” moniker fit?

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