Manufacturer: Blue Note
Brand: Blue Note
Vinyl LP pressing. 2002 debut album from the Grammy-winning singer/songwriter. The album's critical and commercial success was a breakthrough for Jones in 2002, as it reached the top of the Billboard 200 chart and several jazz charts. The album also topped many critics' "albums of the year" lists and gathered major music awards in the process, including eight Grammy Awards. Following initial sales, Come Away with Me was certified diamond by the RIAA on February 15, 2005 having shipped over 10 million copies in its first three years of release.
This expanded edition of Feels Like Home includes three unreleased tracks from the recording session; plus a DVD mixed in 5.1 Surround Sound of of four live tracks filmed at the Teatro Nuevo Alcala in Madrid, Spain; two music videos; and an exclusive interview. Norah Jones Photos (by Danny Clinch) Â Â Â Â Â Â More from Norah Jones Not Too Late Come Away With Me The Little Willies
Reissue of this 2003 release, the sixth album from the world fusion maestro. Forging ahead with his trademark collision of disparate styles including Jazz, Blues, Soul, Funk, Indian Classical and Drum 'n' Bass, Human showcases a deeper sense of spirituality and peace than before and features vocals by previously unknown young singers, most of them discovered by Sawhney himself. Includes the single 'Falling'.
Manufacturer: Blue Note
2004 release, the sophomore album from Jazz/Pop singer/songwriter Norah Jones. Feels Like Home sold a million copies in the first week of its U.S. release, the first album to do so since Eminem's The Eminem Show (2002) and it was the second best-selling album of 2004, with about four million copies sold in U.S. alone. Norah Jones blew everybody away with her jazzy, country-tinged, Grammy-winning debut CD, Come Away with Me. On this recording, Jones doesn't mess with her trademark formula. Under Arif Mardin's cozy coproduction, Jones is supported by her writing partners, her Handsome Band, and some special guests (country legend Dolly Parton, Levon Helm and Garth Hudson of the Band, and jazz drummer Brian Blade, to name a few). Jones's Texas-twanged vocals and her sparse acoustic and electric Wurlitzer piano lines enliven the CD's 13 tracks, from the light and lively single "Sunrise" to Tom Waits's "The Long Way Home" and the bouncy duet with Parton, "Creepin' In." Jones's soul-baring piano/vocal rendition of Duke Ellington's "Melancholia," retitled "Don't Miss You at All," proves she's a true Blue Note artist with unlimited potential. --Eugene Holley Jr.
GENTLY USED MUCH CLOSER TO NEW CONDITION THAN USED CONDITION - MUCH LESS THAN NORMAL WEAR! ALL ORDERS SHIP SAME DAY! The girl who just wanted to have fun has matured into a sensitive interpreter of eclectic standards. Taking a cue from Rod Stewart Cyndi Lauper applies her formidable pipes to an eclectic collection of covers that range from a few Edith Piaf tunes ("La Vie En Rose" and "Hymn to Love") to classics from the songbooks of Bacharach/David, Etta James, and Smokey Robinson. Although there are some upbeat tracks such as the remarkably authentic Specials-styled ska of a radically reworked "Sunny Side of the Street," a rather forced but fun duet with Tony Bennett on "Makinâ€™ Whoopee," and the cha-cha, Ricky Ricardo-ized version of Maurice Williams & the Zodiacs' "Stay," the album predominantly floats in a sober, pensive mood. Piano and subtle orchestrations add tension to sensitive readings of "Unchained Melody," "Donâ€™t Let Me Be Misunderstood," and an eerily somber "Walk on By." The effect is haunting and intimate as Lauper unleashes her inner Tori Amos. Shifting "Youâ€™ve Really Got a Hold on Me" into an aching ballad, the singer shows her remarkable vocal range and interpretive ability. Lauper's voice sparkles throughout, especially without the overproduction that has marred some of her previous efforts. As its title infers, At Last finally shows her true colors. --Hal Horowitz
2007 release of the first career retrospective of the Grammy award-winning star's recordings Verve Records. Over the past fourteen years, this platinum-selling artist has released eleven records, including 'The Look of Love', 'When I Look In Your Eyes' and most recent 'From This Moment On', which debuted at #7 on the Billboard 200 Chart. The tracklist features selections from six albums of the multi-platinum vocalist's extensive repertoire. The set also features three previously unreleased versions of songs made popular by Frank Sinatra, Roy Orbison and Tom Waits. Universal.
Queen Latifah sings! Queen Latifah is an icon in today's show business world. A charismatic & instantly recognizable artist, her career has included successes in every possible entertainment media. Her highly anticipated vocal album shows off the phenomenal singing talents she revealed in the films 'Chicago' & 'Living Out Loud'. With production from legendary producers Arif Mardin (Norah Jones, Chaka Khan, Aretha Franklin) & Ron Fair (Christina Aguilera, Black Eyed Peas), this album is sure to be one of the most talked about & visible record releases of the year. Everyone grows up... even rappers. Pioneering female MC Queen Latifah shows a newfound level of maturity on The Dana Owens Album. A set of standards the rapper/actress decided to cover, the album features a host of jazz classics and R&B favorites. Latifah is at her seductive best when playing the sultry siren on Al Green's "Simply Beautiful." With a little help from Green himself, Latifah's vocals slide over the warm, organ-drenched instrumental. The result is one that works today as well as it would have several years ago. Similarly, the big band-backed "Baby Get Lost" swings with bluesy groove that is pure nostalgia. However, it's when Latifah mines more standard fare that the album seems to hita snag. Fans of James Moody's "Moody's Mood for Love" may want to skip Latifah's version, as it misses the subtle perfection of the original. Her rendition of "I Put a Spell On You" doesn't falter, but it's not impressive either. It ends up being the kind of performance that finds you constantly waiting for more but never getting it. The same can be said for her cover of the Mamas & the Papas' "California Dreamin'." That said, with Latifah's recent critically acclaimed turn in the film Chicago, this album's timing couldn't have been better. And with help from legendary producer Arif Mardin (Aretha Franklin), The Dana Owens Album is an interesting and impressive new chapter in the star's diverse career. --Rashaun Hall Amazon.com ExclusiveHear an excl...
On September 30th Justin Timberlake will continue the journey of his critically acclaimed and worldwide best-selling album of the year, The 20/20 Experience with the release of The 20/20 Experience â€“ 2 of 2 on RCA Records. The soulful first single, "Take Back The Night" picks up right where he left off and The 20/20 Experience continues.
The Deluxe Edition of The 20/20 Experience â€“ 2 of 2 includes two exclusive bonus tracks: "Blindness" and "Electric Lady."
1. Gimme What I Don't Know (I Want)
2. True Blood
5. Take Back The Night
7. Drink You Away
8. You Got It On
10. Only When I Walk Away
11. Not A Bad Thing
Deluxe Edition Bonus Tracks:
13. Electric Lady