Feels Like Home

Feels Like Home

by Norah Jones
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Feels Like Home 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 38 reviews.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
This anticipated album was not as good as her first. Such a beautiful voice but a bad choice of songs. The album starts off with some good ballads unfortunately as you continue it becomes more country styled music....different strokes for different folks!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This album is also a great work from Noarh Jones. Although most of the songs are similiar to the "comw away with my", there are some difference when you listen to it more seriously.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Quit reading reviews and go buy this CD, if you liked her first album I'm positive you'll enjoy these tracks!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I think this cd is BETTER than "Come Away with Me". The rhythums and moods in this cd are far more diverse and just as appealing. This cd has more "Norah" to offer. Her vocals are more confident but she left her signature bluesy-folksy-jazzy melodious artistry in tact. "Sunrise", "Carnival Town" and "What Am I to You?" are all instant and powerful favorites of mine. Even with her understated volume Norah has created yet another huge explosion in music. This cd is exciting.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I am a writer who writes with music in the background, and it's usually Baroque or something really low key, but this album never disappears into the "background." It is rich and, in my opinion, even better than "Come Away with Me." The instrumentals and lyrics just sort of "creep" into your psyche and keep you going effortlessly. I absolutely love to come home to it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Norah Jones' Feels Like Home Album is easy listening, easy to sing along with, relaxing.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This girl can do no wrong... even if she were singing tv jingles, her voice is heavenly. This CD is awesome!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Think this album is wonderful! Definitely different than "Come Away With Me" but that's what makes it so refreshing. It's like losing touch with a high school pal and then seeing each other at the mall ten years later. It's still Norah Jones, but she's just growing up, and it's a beautiful maturation. If it doesn't catch ya at first, listen to it again- You'll appreciate it more, and then by the 5th spin you'll fall in love with Jones' music all over again.
Stacey_Foreman More than 1 year ago
I love Norah's extremely laid back, mellow and quasi-reggae sound. The first song "Sunrise" is a mixture of solid tempo yet with many measures sung in a variety of patameters. Norah's voice and accompianment are relaxing, and the CD is music to listen to if you need to get things done to a pleasant, soft and soothing background sound. Definitely can take a nap to her and she can enhance a good mood or get you in a better one. Well done in my opinion, however please watch for future CDs which have repeats. I have recommended a few below which have mainly original tracks.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Another sure thing. Norah is a rare bird whose music simply delights and demands nothing from the listener. It's soothing, you can understand every word, and she instantly transports you to where she is. I wasn't expecting a Dolly Parton duet, but it works!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I LOVED "Come Away With Me" and was overjoyed when this was released. But,at the first listen, I was slightly disappointed. Since then, I've come to love the CD as much as the first one. Norah's voice is bigger and more expressive on this CD without being forced or harsh. The song selection is decidedly more country-oriented (which is what initially put me off) but now I've decided that I like the variety. Overall, a wonderful CD and a definite must buy!
gsokolic More than 1 year ago
Very nice to listen to.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Too much country sound. Miss the jazz and blues sound that was on her previous CD. Still love her voice and think she does a great job on In The Morning.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I simply loved this CD. Norah Jones is a value musician; I can't say that about anyone in her age group. Every song is simply superb. I bet this album will bag at least five grammys and sell another 17 million albums like her last album.
Guest More than 1 year ago
norah can do no wrong... Although much different than come away with me, feels like home is refreshing, beautiful and entertaining. much more appealing than many of today's lip-syncing pop stars!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I really did not see a change from come away with me. I enjoyed the song sunrise and two others but all in all there is not much of a difference from the last album. Sorry norah. Next time take some time to find who you want to help produce with you on your next album. You are a great artist but this album needed more time.
Guest More than 1 year ago
.... it grew on me. When I took my first listen at this most coveted CD, I was strangely disappointed. The style was a wee bit different from her debut. The more I listened to it though, Norah's new songs began to reawaken my love for her music. This new collection of songs, both original and remakes, is the kind that shows you the diversity of a true musician!
Guest More than 1 year ago
love it...a different feeling than the last album come away with me...
Guest More than 1 year ago
Come Away With Me was a disco-fever CD in comparison to Feels Like Home. The best songs, hands down, on the CD are the ones she covered. The worst song is her collaboration with Dolly Parton and taking a close second are collectively the songs she wrote with Lee Alexander. Sorry Norah, but the best career moves you could make would be to leave Lee with the responsibilities of lover/guitarist, write your own songs or make Jesse Harris your contract songwriter. Better luck next time...
Guest More than 1 year ago
On first listen this album is really boring. Give it a second shot and the songs stick to you. The lyrics are beautifully simple, and as always, Norah's vocals are amazing. Some say this album is too mellow, then what do they make of "Come Away with Me", which in my opinion is much more so? Favorite songs are: Sunrise, Don't Miss You at All, Those Sweet Words, The Prettiest Thing. However, they're all good, and they really do feel like home.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Norah has a beautiful voice that is so calming and relaxing. Feels Like Home's first three songs are beautiful with a country, jazz, folk and blues mix. KEEP IT UP NORAH!!!
Guest More than 1 year ago
Norah's voice will be amazing at anything she does, but I really was waiting for similarities from her first cd. Only for the fact, I personally do not care for Country Music, I rated it low and that is the only reason. The quality of Norah's voice is so totally amazing. I will purchase the CD anyway to show support for Norah, the song I did love on this CD is (Don't miss you at all). I need another Norah Jones Sultry Cd to inspire me as I sculpt will be waiting for the next.
Guest More than 1 year ago
norah has one beautiful voice. she is the best female singer today. hey parents--let your kids listen to this instead of pink or britney.