Singer/songwriter Norah Jones returns to her roots on her new video release "Live At Ronnie Scott's." It features Jones returning to the piano to perform selections from her latest studio album, "Day Breaks" along with other songs from throughout her solo career. It has been ten years since we last caught a glimpse of Norah Jones on video in a live setting and this new release seems like the perfect setting for Jones to shine. She is joined on stage by drummer Brian Blade and bassist Chris Thomas as a simple jazz trio to showcase how good her music works in this small club setting.
Her smoky vocals and tender touch on the piano, starts out the evening with a couple of new tracks, "Sleeping Wild" and "Don't Be Denied." The show is filmed in a way that you feel like you are right on stage with the musicians. The cuts in camera angles are subtle and in no way distracting as you are able to sit back, relax and enjoy the music. Norah Jones did release the single "And Then There Was You," from this new release and if this song is all you hear, then you will miss out on Jones' talents for turning her songs into modern classic. While most of her setlist consist of songs from her "Day Breaks" album, she does revisit her debut with the beautifully performed "Nighingale," Don't Know Why" and the show closer "I've Got To See You Again." Whether its a full band or just a small jazz trio, Norah Jones is always the centerpiece and this new video should be in your library for just a relaxing time at home with great music. To find out more about Norah Jones and her new video "Live At Ronnie Scott's," please visit norahjones.com.