She bored herself and everyone else out of existence with her boring super-soft monotonous voice.\
Actually, I''ve seen her lately on a couple of tv shows.
She''s Tylenol PM''s biggest competition.
I agree with you, r1.
I like her.
I think she''s tremendous.
Love Norah. Can''t believe how much work she''s done compared to most who hit the way she did. Lots of tracks floating around in multiple genres and wide variety of collaborators.
Ditto r6. just love Norah and she stretches herself to all types of music. Her musky voice will always be in style.
unfortuately yes, OP.\
And bitch basically stole my niche with a watered down, mall-friendly, pseudo urban take on my style!
Her first record was great!
r8, I love both Fiona and Norah. I don''t see any real similarity between the two besides the fact that they are both super talented singers/musicians/song writers who happen to be female.
Anything Norah does bores me to death. Can''t stand her.
I prefer Norah to Christina Agulera and that person with a dollar sign in her name.
All three are useless and unlistenable and unwatchable, R12.
I thought Norah Jones was one of those NPR Morning Edition people.
I like Norah Jones'' music/voice. I did find it strange when she started acting. Did she have an acting background prior to her fame? She just didn''t strike me as the singer turned actress type (i.e. Britney, Miley, Janet, etc.).
OMG - her musical arrangements are as exciting as a funeral march - blech - I loved the SNL skit they did - an ad for her new CD in which they all fell asleep a the party while playing the music LOL. It''s especially awkward and painful for me because I associate one of her songs with my old married boss whom I had a fling with and he thought this was "our song" - what an ass he was -
Someone in the UK did a wonderful, gorgeous remix of one of her songs (something Sunshine? I forget what it was called), but last I heard she had refused permission for its release because she apparently thought it wasn''t "respectful" enough of her work. BBC Radio 1 was playing it a lot because people kept requesting it.\
So she''s permanently a loser in my eyes.
I heard "Chasing Pirates" on the radio and decided to buy Norah''s new disc, "The Fall." It''s surprisingly good and much more upbeat than her old stuff.
New Delhi: Singer Norah Jones left fans spellbound with her soulful voice as she performed for the first time in the capital Tuesday.
The show was opened by singer M.Ward, who played for almost an hour, before making way for Jones.
Jones, 33 was greeted by a huge roar from fans as she appeared on the stage. Dressed in a black and white printed short dress, the singer said she was "excited to perform here".