Norah Jones "Day Breaks"

Following forays into country and pop, Norah Jones returns to her unique brand of slinky, sensual jazz with piano as her main instrument. Jones wrote the majority of songs either solo or with collaborators and also covers Neil Young, Horace Silver and Duke Ellington. Jones is joined by a group of elite jazz musicians, and several songs benefit from cello and string arrangements courtesy of Dave Egger. Jones’ voice shines in this setting, showcasing her expert phrasing and sweet timbre.

Rosemary Welsch (Afternoon Mix)