Blue Note publish Norah Jones’ seventh album : ‘Begin Again’ (2019)

Norah Jones’ “Begin Again” is her seventh studio album produced by Thomas Bartlettby a.k.a. Doveman, featuring Jeff Tweedy and released on April 12, 2019 by Blue Note.


Consequence of Sound
A minor gem showcasing her porous musical boundaries and cross-genre virtuosity […]

Paste Magazine
here are a couple gems, but “Drank to clear my throat/not to eat the words you wrote” is, hands down, the album’s best lyric. […]

The Arts Desk
A rag tag set of recordings only serves to show Jones’s musical maturity […]


Norah Jones – Begin Again



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