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Norah Jones - Pick Me Up off the Floor (Japanese Edition) (2020)

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Norah Jones - Pick Me Up off the Floor (Japanese Edition) (2020)

Norah Jones - Pick Me Up off the Floor (Japanese Edition) (2020)
EAC Rip | FLAC (image+log+.cue) - 272 Mb | Scans - 111 Mb | 00:54:11
Pop, Vocal Jazz | Label: Blue Note Records

Norah Jones’ seventh solo studio album grew out of her acclaimed singles series, as the unreleased songs unexpectedly congealed into an album of tremendous depth and beauty. Featuring a range of collaborators from Brian Blade to Jeff Tweedy, Pick Me Up Off The Floor is connected by the sly groove of her piano trios, lyrics that confront loss and portend hope, and a mood that leans into darkness before ultimately finding the light.

Willie Nelson & Friends - Live And Kickin' (2003) [Re-Up]

Posted By: Designol
Willie Nelson & Friends - Live And Kickin' (2003) [Re-Up]

Willie Nelson & Friends - Live And Kickin' (2003)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 406 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 164 Mb | Scans included
Label: Lost Highway/UMG | # 0008817038629 | Time: 00:57:57
Country Pop, Country Rock, Pop/Rock

Live and Kickin' is a 2003 live album by Willie Nelson, featuring music stars of diverse genres like Eric Clapton, Shania Twain, Elvis Costello, Diana Krall, Norah Jones, Ray Charles, Steven Tyler, Wyclef Jean, ZZ Top, Paul Simon.

Norah Jones - Not Too Late (2007) Japanese Edition [Re-Up]

Posted By: Designol
Norah Jones - Not Too Late (2007) Japanese Edition [Re-Up]

Norah Jones - Not Too Late (2007) Japanese Edition
EAC | FLAC | Tracks (Cue&Log) ~ 270 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 134 Mb | Scans included
Vocal Jazz, Jazz Blues, Folk Jazz | Label: Blue Note | # TOCP-70170 | Time: 00:48:07

Although the music of Norah Jones continues to blend pop, soul, folk, and country with a seasoning of jazz, her third album for Blue Note is the first where she's written (or collaborated on) all the material. Beneath the smooth surface lie darker strains on the album-opening "Wish I Could" (about a boyfriend lost to war), intimations of mortality in "The Sun Doesn't Like You," and the post-election horrors of "My Dear Country." The last seems to channel the inspiration of Brecht/Weill, while the equally bleak "Sinkin' Soon" is set to a jaunty Dixieland rag. Throughout, Jones's vocal intimacy and melodic warmth remain as disarmingly understated as ever. The soulful "Thinking of You," the countryish "Wake Me Up," and the syncopated "Be My Somebody" reflect the captivating style of her previous work. Although too much in the same midtempo mode becomes a dreamy lull, cut by cut, Jones's voice is irresistible.