Norah Jones: Not Too Late (Blue Note)
If nothing else, Norah Jones deserves credit for making a very modest talent go a long way.
If nothing else, Norah Jones deserves credit for making a very modest talent go a long way. To sell 29 million albums in four years armed only with a pleasant but unremarkable voice and a handful of flimsily forgettable jazz-country numbers takes some doing.
Jones’ music is the aural equivalent of a fragrant but unobtrusive waft of perfume in a spacious room. She makes records you can listen to without having to listen to.
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