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  • Audio CD (25 Dec. 2006)
  • Deluxe Edition edition
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Colour, Deluxe Edition
  • Label: Parlophone
  • ASIN: B000KRN07S
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (49 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 478,846 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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By Foggy Tewsday VINE VOICE on 4 Feb. 2007
Format: Audio CD
Having fallen in love with Norah's first album (`Come Away With Me') as soon as I heard it, but feeling slightly less warm toward her second (`Feels Like Home'), I was a little worried that I may start to feel decidedly chilly toward this latest album. And I suppose it is music to chill to. It is probably true to say that `Not Too Late', while keeping stylistically close to its predecessors, is not so easy to get into. There are not too many tracks here that you would think will make it on to many radio stations' playlists, or that strike you as material for single release in the way that, say `Sunrise' or `Come Away With Me' did. Wait a minute, what am I thinking? In this age of downloads, singles may not matter too much anyway.

`Not Too Late' can be regarded as unobtrusive background music, but it's actually a very intimate and intricate piece of work. Unobtrusive because the music is often deceptively one-paced and, admittedly, some tracks, notably `Thinking About You' and `Be My Somebody', would have benefitted from a punchier instrumental delivery. For the most part, the band delivers the goods beautifully complementing Norah's velvety voice.

Lyrically, this is a wonderful album. The themes of friendship, love and betrayal in `Wish I Could', `Not My Friend' and `The Sun Doesn't Like You' are complemented by the world-weary cynicism of `My Dear Country', almost like a Randy Newman song. In fact, there are so many good songs here that there must be a queue of artists waiting to cover them. `Not My Friend' is almost tailor-made for Chris Smither in my opinion, and the country-tinged `Wake Me Up' and `Be My Somebody' will surely feature in other artists' repertoires.

This may indeed be Norah's least accessible album, but that should not deter those who enjoyed her first two. There are no tracks that particularly stand head and shoulders above the others, but for my money, this is her most accomplished album so far.
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Format: Audio CD
I think it's safe to say that there isn't a person alive who won't know what to expect from Norah Jones' latest studio album Not Too Late. Yes, even those of you who are deaf will probably know exactly what you are going to get with Norah Jones.

This isn't, however, necessarily a bad thing in some senses. Jones rarely surprises us but then again she rarely disappoints; she may not do a whole lot different but what she does do is normally more than adequate. This collection is no different, despite what some reviewers would have you believe. In fact the only real difference is that Jones claims co-writing credits on all 13 tracks here and it's this that marks the real change in direction. Lyrically this album is a lot more cynical and uneasy than her previous efforts. It's also more substantial in parts as a result with both Election Day and Wish I Could treading the war/George W Bush ground that so many seem to do these days (although it should be pointed out that Jones seems to go to extraordinary lengths to not offend anyone in either song).

Highlight include Thinkin' About You, a song so delightful that you cannot help but fall under it's spell, the blues-driven Sinkin' Soon and Wake Me Up, although the latter does remind you a lot of Sunrise from her last album (a song which I consider to be her finest).

In the final analysis the choice is yours. If you liked her first two "solo" albums (we're not counting the Little Willies here) then you'll probably enjoy this one greatly too. If, like me, you can to many extents take or leave Norah Jones then you'll have the same opinion of this one. It's soft, warm and rustic music that will quite happily play in the background as you carry on with your life, occasionally beckoning you over to turn up the volume for the odd track before easing back into it's familiar groove and leaving you to carry on doing the housework.
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Format: Audio CD
I rushed out to buy this album and thought it was a little slow at first. But after a couple of listens and time I found myself going back to it again and again. This must rival the first two albums.
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Having had this CD now for 24 hours, I have to say it's already my favourite album from this year and from Norah Jones. I never write reviews but I was moved to. This woman is growing as an artist, notice how she has a hand in writing each track and it shows; the album is more personal.

When I heard her first CD, there were a few songs that I liked. When I heard her second CD, there was more than a few; half of the album actually, that I liked. This album? I like just about every track with exception of Not My Friend.

The song Sinkin' Soon is a song I didn't expect to hear and when I listen to lyrics my mind just immediately thinks of Global Warming - I don't know if that's what the song means, or if that was her intention but the fact that her music relates to events and problems of today just shows strength; see My Dear Country.

I suggest you buy this CD and allow the music to wash over you the way it's meant to.
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Format: Vinyl
Some reviews say 'not for radio'. Some say 'an acquired taste'. Some, 'this needs listening to'.

And you know what, they're all right.

'Not too late' isn't full of disposable three-minute pop tunes. It is an acquired taste, but then so's a Chateau Lafite. And it does, most definately, need to be listened to.

And that's the key with Norah. You have to listen. The attention grabbing pop jingles aren't there. Instead, this record, like a very expensive red wine, is full of rich colours, flavours and textures, and is there to be savoured.

So, open the red wine, turn off the lights, shut the world outside and listen. You'll be amazed at what you find.

Thank you Norah.
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