If you liked the 8 Grammy award-winner "Come Away with Me", you will definitely appreciate "Feels Like Home" just as much. Don't let the naysayers who gave one star to this excellent production sway you, they should probably listen to the likes of Britney Spears to find the kind of "excitement" they're looking for.
The CD starts with "Sunrise", which not only is one of the most original songs penned by Norah (with Lee Alexander), but it is also a very delightful piece of music. BTW, watch the lovely bucolic and cartoonish video (available on Yahoo's launchradio and elsewhere on the net), which will somehow remind you of the "Yellow Submarine"... My other favorite tunes in this CD are "Those Sweet Words", "The Long Way Home" and, above all, "Don't Miss You At All" -- a Duke Ellington piece, with added Norah Jones lyrics -- which, with "Sunrise", is alone worth the price of the CD. All songs are the usual delightful blend of country, blues and jazz, showcasing the sultry and haunting voice of Norah. The almost all-acoustic arrangements are just as sophisticated as those of her previous production, never getting in the way of Norah's voice but always providing an excellent sonic tapestry.
Compared to "Come Away with Me", this CD has a more country feel and slightly less jazzy overtones, and that's probably why overall I like her previous production a little more, but I understand that's just a personal preference.