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Katie Melua – Call Off The Search

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If you are searching for a talented, but rather soulless, clone of Norah Jones with influences from Ella Fitzgerald to Diana Krall, call off the search.

If you want some sort of *feeling* with your jazz-pop keep on going. I listened to her album 3 times. I kept telling myself, “She sings really well, but she isn’t grabbing me.”

The first time I heard Norah Jones, I was giddy. The first time I heard Dianna Krall, my pulse raced. Of course, the incomparable Ella Fitzgerald nearly makes me pass out. Katie Melua just makes me yawn.

Highlights of the album:

The Closest Thing to Crazy
Blame It On The Moon

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  • Shouldn’t you have put scare quotes around “highlights”?

  • Michael Higgs

    Katie Melua is probably the only artist that has ever seem to grab me and almost shake me really hard as her voice is rare and pure.

    People should commend Katie Melua as she is all about the music and not the glitt and glam.