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STOCKI'S NORAH JONES RARITIES PLAYLIST

Norah Jones

I THINK IT’S GOING TO RAIN TODAY

(from Higher Ground; Live at The Frederick P Rose Hall)

 

HEART OF MINE

(from New York City by The Peter Malick Group)

 

BEHIND THE LOCKED DOOR

(from George Fest; A Night To Celebrate The Music of George Harrison)

 

JESUS, ETC (Live)

(from The Bridge School Collection Vol 4)

 

I WALK THE LINE - Norah Jones and Joel Harrison

(from Club Jazz)

 

CHANGE IS GONNA COME

(from Wretches and Jabberers Soundtrack)

 

MORE THAN THIS - Charlie Hunter & Norah Jones

(from Jazz Inspiration: Blue Note Sings - Great Pop Songs)

 

TALK TO ME OF MENDOCINO

(from Sing me The Songs - Celebrating The Works Of Katie McGarrigle)

 

COURT AND THE SPARK - Herbie Hancock feat. Norah Jones

(from The River Letters)

 

CRY ME A RIVER - Jim Campilongo Electric Trip & Norah Jones

(from Heaven Is Creepy)

 

CRY, CRY, CRY (Live at The Living Room)

(from The Fall (Deluxe Version)

 

I’LL BE YOUR BABY TONIGHT

(from Feeling The Same Way single)

 

SOMETHING 

(from George Fest; A Night To Celebrate The Music of George Harrison)

 

IN THE DARK - Jools Holland & Norah Jones

(from Jools Holland - Best Of Friends)

 

HOW MANY TIMES HAVE YOU BROKEN MY HEART

(from The Lost Note Books Of Hank Williams)

 

IF THE LAW DON’T WANT YOU

(from KIN; Songs by Mary Karr and Rodney Crowell)

 

TENNESSEE WALTZ (radio edit)

(from Magic Voices II)

 

MAN OF THE HOUR

(from BBC Radio 2; The Piano Room 2019)

 

DAY IS DONE - Charlie Hunter & Norah Jones

(Blue Note Trip 2: Sunrise/Sunset)

 

SAY GOODBYE SAY GOODBYE

(from Live From The Artists Den: 2012)

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