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New York City
Peter Malick, Norah Jones
New York City
Genres: Blues, Pop, Rock, Broadway & Vocalists
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All Artists: Peter Malick, Norah Jones
Title: New York City
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 1
Label: Koch Records
Release Date: 7/8/2003
Genres: Blues, Pop, Rock, Broadway & Vocalists
Styles: Contemporary Blues, Electric Blues, Modern Blues, Vocal Pop
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 099923867821, 0099923867821

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Cathy V. (CathyV) from JUPITER, FL
Reviewed on 8/16/2008...
Norah Jones showing promise early on -- love hearing her in a different setting

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Norah sings the blues; Peter plays guitar
William Merrill | San Antonio, TX United States | 07/08/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)

"The word is that these recordings have sat on the shelf for 3 years. The success of Norah Jones forced the music to be brought out. Well, I'm glad it has now seen the light of day! Norah's singing is even more spontaneous and open on these blues flavored tunes than on her own CDs. And while I admit I would not have purchased the album if not for Norah's involvement, I also enjoyed Mr. Malick's guitar playing. He can be subtle when the song calls for it ("Strange Transmissions") and then cut loose on something like the Stones-ish "Things You Don't Have To Do."I thought Ms. Jones sounded a little like Janis Joplin before, but with this material the resemblance is even more noticeable. She has a true knack for the blues, and it's great to hear this slightly different side of her talents. If you're a fan of Norah's music, get this CD. You won't be disappointed!"
A Beautiful Collaboration
William Merrill | 07/09/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)

"This cd makes a great soundtrack to any road-trip, to be sure. Norah's enchanting vocals compliment PMG's groovy tunes, creating a feel-good, head-nodding album. More up-tempo than Norah's debut, but trust me, this is a great thing. Faint echos of Bonnie Rait or *early* Sheryl Crow...1) New York City - Title track. Begging to be stolen by some cheezy sitcom and ruined forever, that good. :)2) Strange Transmissions - Slow, sensual build up, with a catchy musical hook that just makes you want to smile. This is a perfect mix between Mrs. Jones and Mr. Malick...hopefully shades of this will appear on Norah's next cd...3) Deceptively Yours - Light rockin' song with a lot of soul. Think coctail lounge rock and you'll be closer. Blues-y and beautiful.4) All Your Love - I heard a friend play this on his stereo and swore it was a young Bonnie Raitt. Traditional blues, with a *slight* modern distortion added in to the guitars. Seductive and sassy.5) Heart of Mine - A Bob Dylan cover to slow things down a bit. Once more, Norah nails a classic song, while PMG's instrumentation drives her on, note for note. 6) Things You Don't Have to Do - The loudest song on the cd. This one will make you want to get up and dance, for sure. Don't be suprised if you find yourself smiling by the end of the song; It just has a feel-good vibe.7) New York City (Radio Edit)Overall - One of the best new cd's of the year...I find myself listening to it more and more every day...maybe now that it's hit the radio, it will encourage more people to experience this shining gem. One negative comment - at a running time of 30:04, it's too short! Though better to end it on a high note than to ruin the cd with a bunch of rushed renditions. Short 'n sweet. A must buy for any jazz/Norah/light rock fan. Expect to be hearing more of this on the airwaves."