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I've been waiting for Norah Jones' masterpiece almost since the debut album, and I think that maybe this is it. After only a few listens the jury's still out but I will say this. It's flippin' excellent. It follows on from her last "proper" album, Daybreaks, but has an even moodier feel. Gorgeous playing from NJ natch, but the whole ensemble, particularly Brian Blade on drums, are excellent. Norah's voice is better than ever, and the whole thing is more cohesive, probably as a result of it being all self-penned (just a couple of Jeff Tweedy co writes and a couple with her mates). This is another "meatier" record from Norah. Maybe she can top it, only she knows.
So disappointed. I've got many Norah Jones albums, and play and replay them regularly, so when I heard a track from this new album on the radio, I ordered a copy. And do you know, now that I've played it, I can't recognize the track that I originally heard. They all sound the same to me. Slow, bluesy, unremarkable, unmemorable, flat monotone ... nothing I'd want to sing along to. I'm going to leave it till tomorrow and play it again a few times and hope it grows on me, as I love all her previous albums too much to give up on her. Is it me, and am I in the wrong mood? I
Pick Me Up Off The Floor contains an eclectic mix of tracks some of which are ballads whilst others have an emphasis on piano and/or have a jazz style (such as Say No More). Overall, the lyrics seem quite dark and pessimistic, so maybe, not a great choice of theme for lockdown but nonetheless listenable and interesting. I think “listenable” sums this album up – not one of NJ’s outstanding albums, but well worth a listen and, after all, some of her previous works set the bar very high.