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‘Day Breaks’ Brings Norah Jones Back To Her Jazzy Piano Roots (ALBUM REVIEW)

Norah Jones’ solo albums have always been reliable, well-crafted collections that never disappoint though never really take any risks, either. Listeners know what to expect: an album full of soft, mostly slow piano pop with intricate melodies and good songwriting without much deviation from the formula. That is, until Jones teamed up with Danger Mouse […] The post ‘Day Breaks’ Brings Norah Jones Back To Her Jazzy Piano Roots (ALBUM REVIEW) appeared first on Glide Magazine.
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