News Jazz 09/01/2004

Norah Jones new album is called 'Feels Like Home'



NEW YORK (Norah Jones Official Website) - Further details on Norah Jones' upcoming second album, 'Feels Like Home', have been announced.
The album is out on 6 February and according to her official website it features collaborations with Dolly Parton and The Band's Levon Helm and Garth Hudson.

Jones wrote or co-wrote six of the 13 songs on 'Feels Like Home', which also features covers of Townes Van Zandt's 'Be Here to Love Me', Tom Waits' 'The Long Way Home' and a reworking of Duke Ellington's 'Melancholia' with new lyrics.

First single "Sunrise" will be serviced to Canadian Radio the week of January 19. North American tour dates are expected to begin in the summer.

Tracklisting of 'Feels Like Home' follows:
1.Sunrise (3:21 - Lee Alexander/Norah Jones)
2.What Am I to You? (3:29 - Jones)
3.Those Sweet Words (3:22 - Alexander/Richard Julian)
4.Carnival Town (3:12 - Alexander/Jones)
5.In the Morning (4:06 - Adam Levy)
6.Be Here to Love Me(3:28 - Townes Van Zandt)
7.Creepin' In (3:00 - Alexander)
8.Toes (3:47 - Alexander/Jones)
9.Humble Me (4:35 - Kevin Breit)
10.Above Ground(3:42 - Andrew Borger/Daru Oda)
11.The Long Way Home (3:12 - Tom Waits/Kathleen Brennan)
12.The Prettiest Thing (3:50 - Alexander/Julian/Jones)
13.Don't Miss You At All(3:07 - Duke Ellington with lyrics by Jones; Based on Ellington's "Melancholia")






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