Norah Jones Returns Home With New Album

Dolly Parton, members of Band guest on February 10 follow-up to Come Away With Me.

Having sold nearly 8 million copies, the 2002 album Come Away With

Me by Grammy-sweeping singer Norah Jones still sits amid the top 40

on the Billboard albums chart. And Jones will likely own another

of the top 50 slots soon.

Her second album, Feels Like Home, will hit shelves February 10.

The disc was co-produced by Jones and Arif Mardin, who worked on

Come Away With Me. The first single, "Sunrise," went for radio

adds on Monday.

A video for the song was recently shot by James Frost (Pearl Jam, Saves

the Day), who directed Jones' "Come Away With Me." The clip

begins in a naturalistic setting, with Jones at the piano, but evolves

into a surreal fantasy reminiscent of Alice in Wonderland.

Seven of Feels Like Home's 13 songs were written or co-written

by Jones. Her bandmates — guitarists Adam Levy and Kevin Breit,

bassist Lee Alexander, drummer Andrew Borger and keyboardist and

backing vocalist Daru Oda — also wrote for the album.

Guests include Dolly Parton on "Creepin' In" and the Band's drummer

Levon Helm and organ player Garth Hudson on "What Am I to You?" Hudson

also plays on a cover of Townes Van Zandt's "Be Here to Love Me." Jones

covers Tom Waits and Kathleen Brennan's "The Long Way Home" and revised

Duke Ellington's "Melancholia" with new lyrics as "Don't Miss You At

All."

Feels Like Home was recorded at Allaire Studios in Shokan, New York,

last April and at Avatar, Sear and Sorcerer Sound studios in New York

City in November and December.

Jones will launch a tour of Europe April 15 in Dublin, and her next full

North American tour will begin in the summer.