Norah Jones - Feels Like Home (200g)
Norah Jones - Feels Like Home (200g)
Norah Jones - Feels Like Home (200g)
Norah Jones - Feels Like Home (200g)
Norah Jones - Feels Like Home (200g)
Norah Jones - Feels Like Home (200g)

Norah Jones - Feels Like Home (200g)

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Vocals – Norah Jones [click here to see more vinyl featuring Norah Jones]

Vocals - Dolly Parton

Electric Piano [Wurlitzer] – Norah Jones

Organ [Pump] – Norah Jones, Rob Burger

Accordion – Garth Hudson

Acoustic Guitar – Adam Levy, Jesse Harris, Kevin Breit

Backing Vocals – Adam Levy, Daru Oda, Kevin Breit

Banjo [Banjolin] – Kevin Breit

Bass – Lee Alexander

Cello – Jane Scarpantoni

Drums – Andrew Borger, Brian Blade, Levon Helm

Flute – Daru Oda

Guitar [Electric] – Adam Levy, Tony Scherr

Guitar [Lap Steel] – Lee Alexander

Guitar [Resonator] – Kevin Breit

Organ [Hammond] – Garth Hudson

Percussion [Foot Tapping] – Kevin Breit

Percussion [Slit Drum] – Andrew Borger

Percussion [Snare Drum] – Andrew Borger

Viola – David Gold

Written by  L. Alexander (A1 to A4, B1, B3, B7), N. Jones

 

1 LP,  Gatefold tip-on jackets

Original analog Master tape : YES

Heavy Press : 200g

Record color : black

Speed : 33 RPM

Size : 12'’

Stereo

Studio

Record Press : Quality Record Pressings

Label : Analogue Productions

Original Label : Blue Note

Recorded at Allaire Studios, Shokan, NY and Avatar Studios, Sear Sound, and Sorcerer Sound, NYC

Engineered by Aya Takemura, Dick Kondas, Matthew Cullen, Steve Mazur

Mixed by Jay Newland at Sear Sound, NYC

Produced by Arif Mardin, Norah Jones

Remastered by Kevin Gray at Cohearent Audio

Originally released in 2004

Reissued in 2012




Tracks :

Side A :

1. Sunrise
2. What Am I To You?
3. Those Sweet Words
4. Carnival Town
5. In The Morning
6. Be Here To Love Me

Side B :

1. Creepin' In
2. Toes
3. Humble Me
4. Above Ground
5. The Long Way Home
6. The Prettiest Thing
7. Don't Miss You At All


    Awards
    :

    2005 Grammy Awards: Best Female Pop Vocal Performance 



    Reviews :

    "2004's 'Feels Like Home' is an album filled with melancholic songs about self-doubt and a break-up. It includes a duet with Dolly Parton. Garth Hudson adds an accordion on one track. The final song "Don't Miss You At All" brought the inner turmoil to a fine finale. The album is like peeking into a diary or in some ways hiding under Norah's bed and sharing her intimate heartache. ... The records coming out of QRP are definitely living up to the pressing plant's early promise. This kind of drop dead black quiet is precisely what's required for Jones' music and QRP delivers it. Kevin Gray's mastering is equally superb." — Michael Fremer, AnalogPlanet.com, January 24, 2013

    « It may be far too obvious to even mention that Norah Jones' follow-up to her 18-million-unit-selling, eight-Grammy-winning, genre-bending, super-smash album Come Away with Me has perhaps a bit too much to live up to. But that's probably the biggest conundrum for Jones: having to follow up the phenomenal success of an album that was never designed to be so hugely popular in the first place. Come Away with Me was a little album by an unknown pianist/vocalist who attempted to mix jazz, country, and folk in an acoustic setting -- who knew? Feels Like Home could be seen as "Come Away with Me Again" if not for that fact that it's actually better. Smartly following the template forged by Jones and producer Arif Mardin, there is the intimate single "Sunrise," some reworked cover tunes, some interesting originals, and one ostensible jazz standard. These are all good things, for also like its predecessor, Feels Like Home is a soft and amiable album that frames Jones' soft-focus Aretha Franklin voice with a group of songs that are as classy as they are quiet. Granted, not unlike the dippy albeit catchy hit "Don't Know Why," they often portend deep thoughts but come off in the end more like heartfelt daydreams. Of course, Jones could sing the phone book and make it sound deep, and that's what's going to keep listeners coming back. » AllMusic Review by Matt Collar



    Ratings

    AllMusic : 4 / 5 , Discogs : 4.2 / 5 

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