Timothy Finn [email protected] - Concert Review | Norah Jones at...
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#1 Jun 8, 2007
You're right on the money. The guitar player in particular and the band in general was a distraction from her voice, the instrument we all came to hear. The most enjoyable songs were when she played with little or no back up (just the upright bass or just her own piano). There was one tune that the band jazzed up and created a great rhythm that continued throughout but that was the only time they were additive.
The opening act was a fantastic guitar player who has an interesting voice and stylistic interpretation. The duets with Norah were a kick...I mean, who opens for herself? Glad she hasn't let her success spoil her.
Norah was enjoyable but I imagine she'd be much better in a more intimate venue.
#2 Sep 25, 2008
Sounds like your nothing but an onan-izer. I bet you listen to hear because she's "deep" or something gay like that. the only deep thing about her is that punani who i bet has been tossed plenty of times.
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