‘Til We Meet Again' review: Norah Jones returns to jazz-pop on first live album


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On her first live album, Norah Jones focuses on the jazz-pop sweet spot that made her famous.

Norah Jones has dipped into many genres during her career. She’s played electric guitar in Puss N Boots, done an Everly Brothers tribute album with Green Day’s Billie Joe Armstrong (2013′s Foreverly), and sung with the Foo Fighters, Outkast, Belle and Sebastian, Willie Nelson and many others (compiled on 2019′s ... Featuring Norah Jones).

On ‘Til We Meet Again, her first live album, Jones focuses on the jazz-pop sweet spot that made her famous. It’s a lovely, comforting album that favours thoughtful ballads like After the Fall and her debut hit, Don’t Know Why.

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A lovely, comforting album

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