Little Broken Hearts Live (White LP)
Norah Jones debuted in 2001 with Come Away With Me, a quiet, “coffeehouse” type of album produced by the legendary Arif Mardin. Its fusion of jazz, pop, blues and tinge of country propelled it to multiplatinum status and multiple Grammy awards, making Norah a household name. Norah Jones, however, was not interested in convention – after all, her hit album was unconventional. In between recording three more hit albums, Feels Like Home, Not Too Late and The Fall, she formed a country quintet, The Little Willies, and later started an all-female country harmony trio, Puss N Boots. In 2011, Norah experimented again, appearing as a guest vocalist on three tracks on Rome, an album by Danger Mouse and Daniele Luppi in which she received, with Jack White, star billing. Working with Danger Mouse inspired a full collaboration, the breakup album Little Broken Hearts. Norah’s new sound of heartbreak was hailed by critics and debuted at No. 2 on the pop charts.
Little Broken Hearts Live At Allaire Studios – previously unreleased SIDE A 1. Good Morning 2. Say Goodbye 3. Little Broken Hearts 4. She's 22 5. Take it Back 6. After The Fall SIDE B 7. 4 Broken Hearts 8. Travelin' On 9. Out On The Road 10. Happy Pills 11. Miriam 12. All A Dream