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Norah Jones - Little Broken Hearts Artist: Norah Jones Album: Little Broken Hearts Genre: Pop, Adult Contemporary Label: Blue Note / EMI Records Language: English Release Date: Expected on May 01, 2012 Number of Tracks: 12 Total Length: 00:44:55 Extractor: Exact Audio Copy V1.0 beta 3 Used drive : HL-DT-STDVDRAM GSA-E10L Read mode : Secure Utilize accurate stream : Yes Defeat audio cache : Yes Make use of C2 pointers : No Codec: Flac 1.2.1; Level 8 Single File.flac, Eac.log, File.cue Multiple wav file with Gaps (Noncompliant) Size Torrent: 242 Mb Covers Track List 01. Good Morning 02. Say Goodbye 03. Little Broken Hearts 04. She's 22 05. Take It Back 06. After The Fall 07. 4 Broken Hearts 08. Travelin' On 09. Out On The Road 10. Happy Pills 11. Miriam 12. All A Dream Listen to Sample http://www.amazon.com/gp/recsradio/radio/B00723NWJE/ref=pd_krex_dp_a review Norah Jones may have named her breakout jazz/folk debut Come Away With Me but we're thinking that title may be even more appropriate -- at least stylistically -- when it comes to the more alt/pop edge of her new album Little Broken Hearts (May 1, Blue Note). Jones clearly wants to move beyond the sultry balladry that made her a platinum sensation a decade ago (prompting the inevitable "Snorah" backlash) with songs like "Don't Know Why", but will her fans decide to come away with her as well this time? Lyrically, Little Broken Hearts is often directed at the end of a romantic relationship but it's also about new beginnings and stepping beyond perceptions, whether they be from a lost lover or an expectant fan. Her 2009 album The Fall began her move toward the indie art/pop territory and Hearts, a collaboration in sound and style with noted producer Brian "Danger Mouse" Burton, puts her more firmly in a more experimental, slightly edgy mood. It's not a daring, turn-the-tables kind of statement but it's certainly unlike anything she's done before. And maybe that, in itself, is a good thing... More than a few moments on LBH are reminiscent of the reverbed, twang-infested spaghetti-western atmosphere of her Rome project with Burton and Italian scorer Daniele Luppi while other songs -- like "Happy Pills" have a distinctively retro pop feel, often processing and compressing Jones' naturally warm, velvety vocals into a thinner, more brittle tone. It's an aural shake-up that takes some time to get used to but we were frankly a little surprised how well it actually works once you leave out how you think it's supposed to sound out of the equation. One of the best examples is "Travelin' On", a lovely slow dance that matches Jones' airy vocals with a dangling jangle of a guitar line and the soft environs of stringed chamber pop. Some songs work better than others, and at a few points we found ourselves doing an initial head scratch. But listening to an artist, particularly one we admire, in a more untethered and adventurous mood can be as rewarding as it is something of a challenge. "Come away"? Sure. We're in.