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Norah Jones releases her third and most personal statement-to-date, NOT TOO LATE is a collection of 13 original songs either written or co-written by Norah, and produced by Lee Alexander, her longtime songwriting partner and bass player. With NOT TOO LATE, Norah's songwriting takes center stage, allowing for a much more complete picture of Norah herself, her personality, her humor and her mind.
Norah Jones releases her third and most personal statement-to-date, NOT TOO LATE is a collection of 13 original songs either written or co-written by Norah, and produced by Lee Alexander, her longtime songwriting partner and bass player. With NOT TOO LATE, Norah's songwriting takes center stage, allowing for a much more complete picture of Norah herself, her personality, her humor and her mind.
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Norah Jones - Not Too Late

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Format: CD
Label: BLUN
Catalog: 74516
Rel. Date: 01/30/2007
UPC: 094637451625

Not Too Late
Artist: Norah Jones
Format: CD
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Norah Jones releases her third and most personal statement-to-date, NOT TOO LATE is a collection of 13 original songs either written or co-written by Norah, and produced by Lee Alexander, her longtime songwriting partner and bass player. With NOT TOO LATE, Norah's songwriting takes center stage, allowing for a much more complete picture of Norah herself, her personality, her humor and her mind.

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''Not Too Late'' is the third studio album by jazz and pop musician Norah Jones, released in January 2007. It was produced by Lee Alexander, the songwriter and bassist featured on Jones's previous albums, ''Come Away with Me'' and ''Feels like Home''. The album reached number one in the United States and the United Kingdom.

The album debuted at number one on the ''Billboard 200'', making it Jones' third consecutive number-one album. It was the tenth best-selling album of 2007, according to IFPI. - Wikipedia

We mentioned this earlier in the year: What we love about Norah is her propensity to do whatever the hell she wants. Replicating Grammy champ Come Away With Me would be the safest move, but after a naughty cameo on Mike Patton's Peeping Tom project, she came back on this third effort with more funk-based, organic guitar jams. She's the rare artist who's young and, accomplished, but willing to evolve and take risks, which explains her continuing popularity.
        
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