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Fri, 17 Mar 2006

The Little Willies / The Little Willies
The Little Willies As much as I admire Norah Jones as a performer, I find a little of her goes a long way. Which is why I was surprised by The Little Willies, an album that she and four friends made from their performances at a club in New York called the Living Room. Jones manages not to stand out quite so much, here among the bluesy country songs. Wait, that's not right either; she's still up front, and she's just as distinctive. Maybe it's the greater variety that makes the difference: sometimes she's lead, sometimes not. Or maybe her voice takes on a different timbre when she's in a country frame of mind. Whatever the reason, I find myself liking The Willies.

(I almost said something about getting the willies, but I'd never abuse a pun like that. Never.)

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