All About Jazz

Home » Tag Center » Tag: Come Away With Me

Content by tag "Come Away With Me"

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Norah Jones: Come Away With Me

Read "Come Away With Me" reviewed by C. Michael Bailey

Few artists have generated as much press in recent memory as Ms. Norah Jones. No fewer than five thoughtful reviews have been published in this magazine alone . A unifying theme found in all criticism is the question of whether the music Jones plays is jazz. This might be similar to the question of whether the ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Norah Jones: Come Away With Me

Read "Come Away With Me" reviewed by Roger Crane

Okay--first things first. Yes, in my opinion, the strikingly beautiful, vaguely exotic Norah Jones is worthy of the buzz and publicity that she is receiving. But is she a jazz singer? Probably not but I don't know why anyone should care. Her singing is certainly jazz influenced. Jones does not use her lovely voice as a ...

Norah Jones: Come Away With Me

Read "Come Away With Me" reviewed by Bobby Dodd

One can't help being curious about the contents of Norah Jones' music collection after listening to her debut, “Come Away With Me". They would probably not be far off in assuming she grew up singing into various makeshift microphones around her household alongside the vocals of Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, Joni Mitchell, and Sarah Mclachlan.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Norah Jones: Come Away With Me

Read "Come Away With Me" reviewed by Jim Santella

Convincing in her storytellin' role, Norah Jones sings popular ballads with an emphasis on the blues. Her delicate voice sparkles gently alongside the band's twangy guitar chorus and straightforward rhythm section. She accompanies on piano. The title song, resembling a spiritual, beckons the listener to waltz away with her to a place where life will be ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEWS

Norah Jones: Come Away With Me

Read "Come Away With Me" reviewed by Jim Santella

Convincing in her storytellin' role, Norah Jones sings popular ballads with an emphasis on the blues. Her delicate voice sparkles gently alongside the band's twangy guitar chorus and straightforward rhythm section. She accompanies on piano. The title song, resembling a spiritual, beckons the listener to waltz away with her to a place where life will be ...