Norah Jones Readies Collaboration Compilation

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Norah Jones has made quite an impact on the music world since her debut in 2002. And not just in terms of  album sales. Throughout her career, she’s proved herself to be a worthy duet partner to musicians spanning multiple genres, from Willie Nelson to Ray Charles to Foo Fighters to OutKast.

On November 2nd, Blue Note will release …Featuring, an album that collects all of her high-profile collaborations from the past nine years.

“It’s so exciting and flattering and fun when I get asked to sing with somebody that I admire,” says Jones. “It takes you a little bit out of your comfort zone when you’re doing something with another artist. You don’t know what to expect—it’s kind of like being a little kid and having a playdate.”

A lot of the people on this record are people I’ve worshiped since I was a kid, and some of them are younger and more my contemporaries,” she continues. “Even though the musicians are so varied, the vibe of the songs makes sense when we put them all together.”

Check out the …Featuring track list below:

1. Love Me – The Little Willies

2. Virginia Moon – The Foo Fighters featuring Norah Jones

3. Turn Them – Sean Bones featuring Norah Jones

4. Baby It’s Cold Outside – Willie Nelson featuring Norah Jones

5. Bull Rider – Norah Jones and Sasha Dobson

6. Ruler Of My Heart – Dirty Dozen Brass Band featuring Norah Jones

7. The Best Part – El Madmo

8. Take Off Your Cool – OutKast featuring Norah Jones

9. Life Is Better – Q-Tip featuring Norah Jones

10. Soon The New Day – Talib Kweli featuring Norah Jones

11. Little Lou, Prophet Jack, Ugly John – Belle & Sebastian featuring Norah Jones

12. Here We Go Again – Ray Charles featuring Norah Jones

13. Loretta – Norah Jones featuring Gillian Welch and David Rawlings

14. Dear John – Ryan Adams featuring Norah Jones

15. Creepin’ In – Norah Jones featuring Dolly Parton

16. Court & Spark – Herbie Hancock featuring Norah Jones

17. More Than This – Charlie Hunter featuring Norah Jones

18. Blue Bayou – Norah Jones featuring M. Ward


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  1. Just for the record, these don’t even come close to representing all of Jones’ collaborations from the last decade. She’s amazing on the records of guitarist Jim Campilongo, as well as at least one disc by her old friend (and killer songwriter) Richard Julian. Adam Levy, Peter Malick (though I think that one was recorded before she became famous), Jools Holland … there are a bunch more. Looks like Blue Note chose the highest-profile collaborators for this comp, though.

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