Norah Jones’ album debuts hot in the valley |

Norah Jones’ album debuts hot in the valley

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Eagle Valley MusicCo. – Vail1. Norah Jones “Feels Like Home”2. Outkast “Speakerboxxx/The Love Below”3. Josh Grobin “Closer”4. Ani DiFranco “Educated Guess”5. Incubus “A Crow Left of Murder”6. Sheryl Crow “Very Best Of”7. Hieroglyphics “Full Circle”8. Alicia Keys “The Diary of Alicia Keys”9. No Doubt “Singles: 1992-2003″10. Maroon 5 “Songs About Jane”Eagle Valley Music Co. co-owner Tom Robbins’s Record of the Week: Jet “Get Born””Jet’s an Australian band hand-picked by the Rolling Stones to open the Australian leg of their last tour. A couple of their songs have been used on TV and commercials. They have a real classic-rock sound. They even go so far as – not to steal riffs or anything – to be reminiscent of a lot of classic bands. The album goes from hard rockers to ballads. It’s a very well-rounded album. I highly recommend it for anyone looking for a straight-ahead rock album.”B-Side Music – Edwards1. Outkast “Speakerboxxx/The Love Below”2. Norah Jones “Feels Like Home”3. Incubus “A Crow Left of Murder”4. John Hiatt & The Goners “Beneath This Gruff Exterior”5. Al Green “I Can’t Stop”6. Jack Johnson “On and On”7. Air “Talkie Walkie”8. G Unit “Beg For Mercy”9. 2004 Grammy Nominees10. Sheryl Crow “Very Best Of”Mojo Music – Avon1. Norah Jones “Feels Like Home”2.Outkast “Speakerboxxx/The Love Below”3. Kanye West “College Drop Out”4. Incubus “A Crow Left Of Murder5. Big Head Todd “Crimes Of Passion”6.Twista “Kamikaze”7. Westside Connection “Terrorist Threats”8. Crystal Method “Legion Of Boom”9. Soundtrack “Thicker Than Water”10. Dido “Life For Rent”Manager of Mojo Music Tom Heriot’s Record of the Week: Crystal Method “Legion Of Boom””The Crystal Method – Ken Jordan & Scott Kirkland – have released their latest effort, “Legion Of Boom.” For anyone who still throws in their first LP, “Vegas,” “Legion Of Boom” will be no disappointment. They have stayed true to their unique style and are, in my opinion, far above the hard-hitting, “mono beat,” house techno flooding poor souls’ ears that, eventually, will have you beating your head against a brick wall to make it stop. If you’re a fan of electronic or not, I invite you to pick up a copy and see where these two DJs take you.”

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