7.) Norah Jones – “Day Breaks”
Norah’s back to her roots and it’s the most engaging album of her career to date. With her sultry signature tune of “Carry On” to three covers from legendary artists such as Neil Young and Duke Ellington, “Day Breaks” is the reflection and a response to her 2002 debut. It’s safe to say that Norah’s voice is forever alluring and awe-inspiring in the world of jazz.
Top Tracks – Carry On, And Then There Was You, Tragedy