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Norah Jones: Collaborations Collected on New Album

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FOO FIGHTERS, TALIB KWELI, RYAN ADAMS & MORE TAP SINGER

On November 16th, Norah Jones will release ...Featuring, an album of collaborations from the past decade. The 18 songs include duets with OutKast, Q-Tip, Talib Kweli and more.

“A lot of the people on this record are people I've worshiped since I was a kid, and some of them are younger and more my contemporaries," says Jones. “Even though the musicians are so varied, the vibe of the songs makes sense when we put them all together."

The tracks on ...Featuring span her entire career, from one of her earliest recording sessions with guitarist Charlie Hunter in 2001 to her most recent performance, a song called “Little Lou, Ugly Jack, Prophet John" that she cut with Belle and Sebastian.

Tracklist
  1. The Little Willies—"Love Me"
  2. The Foo Fighters feat. Norah Jones—"Virginia Moon"
  3. Sean Bones feat. Norah Jones—"Turn Them"
  4. Willie Nelson feat. Norah Jones—"Baby It's Cold Outside"
  5. Norah Jones and Sasha Dobson—"Bull Rider"
  6. Dirty Dozen Brass Band feat. Norah Jones—"Ruler of My Heart"
  7. El Madmo—"The Best Part"
  8. Outkast feat. Norah Jones—"Take Off Your Cool"
  9. Q-Tip feat. Norah Jones—"Life Is Better"
  10. Talib Kweli feat. Norah Jones—"Soon the New Day"
  11. Belle & Sebastian feat. Norah Jones—"Little Lou, Prophet Jack, Ugly John"
  12. Ray Charles feat. Norah Jones—"Here We Go Again"
  13. Norah Jones feat. Gillian Welch and David Rawlings
  14. Ryan Adams feat. Norah Jones—"Dear John"
  15. Norah Jones feat. Dolly Parton—"Creepin' In"
  16. Herbie Hancock feat. Norah Jones—"Court & Spark"
  17. Charlie Hunter feat. Norah Jones—"More Than This"
  18. Norah Jones feat. M. Ward—"Blue Bayou"

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