Metascore
68

Generally favorable reviews - based on 14 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 9 out of 14
  2. Negative: 1 out of 14
  1. Q Magazine
    Dec 23, 2010
    60
    Her collaborations, from Foo Fighters to Ray Charles. [Jan. 2011, p. 151]
  2. Dec 16, 2010
    50
    Jones' strengths lie in her collaborations in alt-country.
  3. Nov 17, 2010
    50
    The musical equivalent of a coffee table book this is a poised, polished album of covers and collaborations spanning a decade.
  4. Nov 16, 2010
    40
    Ultimately, though, the comp is uneven, and it's difficult to determine the intended audience; fans likely already own these songs.
User Score
8.4

Universal acclaim- based on 11 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 11 out of 11
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 11
  3. Negative: 0 out of 11
  1. May 7, 2012
    8
    Check out our full review at Manik Music: http://www.manikmusic.net/reviews/nora-jones-little-broken-hearts/

    In 2002, Norah Jones released
    Check out our full review at Manik Music: http://www.manikmusic.net/reviews/nora-jones-little-broken-hearts/

    In 2002, Norah Jones released her debut album, Come Away With Me. It ended up selling a whopping 22 million copies, netting her several Grammys, and solidifying her as one of the emerging â
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  2. Feb 2, 2011
    8
    Didn't even know this was coming out till I went to get my morning latte at Starbucks. Great idea to put together a collection of herDidn't even know this was coming out till I went to get my morning latte at Starbucks. Great idea to put together a collection of her collaborations - it showcases just how versatile she is across genres and every track is solid. Hope she keeps pushing the jazz label and does what feels right for her. Full Review »
  3. Dec 1, 2010
    8
    If anyone ever doubted Norah's ability to transcend all genres, this album ends the argument. Jones shows her skill to adapt to perform withIf anyone ever doubted Norah's ability to transcend all genres, this album ends the argument. Jones shows her skill to adapt to perform with anyone, in any style. The album will contain an instant favorite for anyone that listens to it as it has something for everyone. Personally, I enjoy the somewhat improv track with Q-Tip in which one can see Norah Jones apply her voice to a sort of R & B genre (I would say hip-hop, but that is found on the Talib Kweli track). Jones creates an instant classic with Ray Charles on "Here we go again". The album allows Norah to spread her wings and glide into territories usually untouched by someone of her prowess. You have to hear the collaborations to understand... Full Review »