Key points from news posted by Blue Note about the upcoming Norah Jones first ''full'' live album …'Til We Meet Again include details that the producers are Jones and Jamie Landry (who mixed some of the tracks on last year's Pick Me Up Off the Floor).
The live shows captured were in the US, France, Italy, Brazil, and Argentina and spanned 2017-2019. Material touched upon stretches back to 2002. 'It Was You' was recorded in Dana Point, California and on it with Jones are organist Pete Remm, bassist Christopher Thomas and drummer Brian Blade. Personnel elsewhere on the record include bassist Jesse Murphy, guitarist Jesse Harris, flautist Jorge Continentino, and percussionist Marcelo Costa.
Tracks are: Hank Williams' 'Cold, Cold Heart'; Jones' 'It Was You' and co-write 'Begin Again'; Alexander/Julian song 'Those Sweet Words'; Jesse Harris song 'I’ve Got To See You Again'; Jones co-write 'After The Fall'; Remm's 'I’ll Be Gone'; Jones co-writes 'Just A Little Bit', 'Falling', 'Tragedy, 'Sunrise' and 'Flipside'; Harris classic 'Don’t Know Why'; Chris Cornell's 'Black Hole Sun'. Release date is 16 April. Norah Jones, top. Photo: Vivian Wang