Jessica Harper’s original, upbeat music is a unique blend of jazz, reggae and calypso. Her clever and whimsical lyrics, lush arrangements and rich voice create an instantly recognizable style immediately embraced by all who listen. Her exceptional recordings have been awarded Parents’ Choice Gold, NAPPA Gold, Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Platinum, Early Childhood News Directors’ Choice, American Library Association Notable Children’s Recording and INDIE awards.

2000 Parents’ Choice Gold Award
2000 N.A.P.P.A. Gold Award
2000 Oppenheim Platinum Audio Award
American Library Association Audio Award

What a lucky day for children’s music when Jessica Harper decided to apply her pure and supple alto, her prodigious talent for sophisticated rhythm and harmony-and her experience as a parent-to writing and recording children’s songs. Harper has come up with another true original. Her unique songs bounce and tumble with kid- and parent- canny verbal acrobatics and irresistible jazz, reggae and rock’n’roll rhythms. The whole album is a cozy musical haven where Harper, like the girls and boys in her songs, makes “joyful noise.”

I like to think I’m a low maintenance girl. Sure, I have my occasional (ahem, often) bouts of neediness and demands, but overall, give me a couple basics and I’m good to go. On lazy weekend mornings, that means coffee, a savory pastry, and a good book to relax with in a cafe. Any time I fly, all I want from the drinks cart is a cup of tomato juice — yes, tomato juice — and I’m set. My maintenance levels go up due to a few common factors: stress, humidity (which directly correlates to the frizziness of my hair, which loops back to stress me out), the usual. But, overall, I like to believe that it doesn’t take much to keep me content.

So, when I booked my tickets for my first-time trip to San Francisco, I decided there was only one thing I absolutely needed to do whilst there — nothing too touristy, nothing that would drag us across the city and back, nothing that would require us to spend way too much money. Nope, my only request? We drive somewhere while listening to Phantom Planet’s “California.”

Maybe it’s my years and years of watching The O.C. (one of my all-time favorite shows), or maybe it’s my past history with southern California (I used to travel to LA — and Disneyland — somewhat often as a kid), but I just needed that piano intro, those catchy lyrics, and the perfect chorus to belt out in your car with the windows down. Bonus points if you’re driving down the 101.

Jessica Harper’s original, upbeat music is a unique blend of jazz, reggae and calypso. Her clever and whimsical lyrics, lush arrangements and rich voice create an instantly recognizable style immediately embraced by all who listen. Her exceptional recordings have been awarded Parents’ Choice Gold, NAPPA Gold, Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Platinum, Early Childhood News Directors’ Choice, American Library Association Notable Children’s Recording and INDIE awards.

2000 Parents’ Choice Gold Award
2000 N.A.P.P.A. Gold Award
2000 Oppenheim Platinum Audio Award
American Library Association Audio Award

What a lucky day for children’s music when Jessica Harper decided to apply her pure and supple alto, her prodigious talent for sophisticated rhythm and harmony-and her experience as a parent-to writing and recording children’s songs. Harper has come up with another true original. Her unique songs bounce and tumble with kid- and parent- canny verbal acrobatics and irresistible jazz, reggae and rock’n’roll rhythms. The whole album is a cozy musical haven where Harper, like the girls and boys in her songs, makes “joyful noise.”

Jessica Harper’s original, upbeat music is a unique blend of jazz, reggae and calypso. Her clever and whimsical lyrics, lush arrangements and rich voice create an instantly recognizable style immediately embraced by all who listen. Her exceptional recordings have been awarded Parents’ Choice Gold, NAPPA Gold, Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Platinum, Early Childhood News Directors’ Choice, American Library Association Notable Children’s Recording and INDIE awards.

2000 Parents’ Choice Gold Award
2000 N.A.P.P.A. Gold Award
2000 Oppenheim Platinum Audio Award
American Library Association Audio Award

What a lucky day for children’s music when Jessica Harper decided to apply her pure and supple alto, her prodigious talent for sophisticated rhythm and harmony-and her experience as a parent-to writing and recording children’s songs. Harper has come up with another true original. Her unique songs bounce and tumble with kid- and parent- canny verbal acrobatics and irresistible jazz, reggae and rock’n’roll rhythms. The whole album is a cozy musical haven where Harper, like the girls and boys in her songs, makes “joyful noise.”

I like to think I’m a low maintenance girl. Sure, I have my occasional (ahem, often) bouts of neediness and demands, but overall, give me a couple basics and I’m good to go. On lazy weekend mornings, that means coffee, a savory pastry, and a good book to relax with in a cafe. Any time I fly, all I want from the drinks cart is a cup of tomato juice — yes, tomato juice — and I’m set. My maintenance levels go up due to a few common factors: stress, humidity (which directly correlates to the frizziness of my hair, which loops back to stress me out), the usual. But, overall, I like to believe that it doesn’t take much to keep me content.

So, when I booked my tickets for my first-time trip to San Francisco, I decided there was only one thing I absolutely needed to do whilst there — nothing too touristy, nothing that would drag us across the city and back, nothing that would require us to spend way too much money. Nope, my only request? We drive somewhere while listening to Phantom Planet’s “California.”

Maybe it’s my years and years of watching The O.C. (one of my all-time favorite shows), or maybe it’s my past history with southern California (I used to travel to LA — and Disneyland — somewhat often as a kid), but I just needed that piano intro, those catchy lyrics, and the perfect chorus to belt out in your car with the windows down. Bonus points if you’re driving down the 101.

Norah Jones (born Geetali Norah Shankar ; March 30, 1979) [1] is an American singer, songwriter, pianist and actress. She has won numerous awards and has sold more than 50 million records worldwide. [2] Billboard named her the top jazz artist of the 2000–2009 decade. She has won nine Grammy Awards and was 60th on Billboard magazine's artists of the 2000–2009 decade chart. [3]

Jones is the daughter of Indian sitar player and composer Ravi Shankar , and is the half-sister of fellow musician Anoushka Shankar .

Jones was born Geetali Norah Shankar on March 30, 1979 in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn , New York, to American concert producer Sue Jones and Indian musician Ravi Shankar . [9] [10]

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Jessica Harper’s original, upbeat music is a unique blend of jazz, reggae and calypso. Her clever and whimsical lyrics, lush arrangements and rich voice create an instantly recognizable style immediately embraced by all who listen. Her exceptional recordings have been awarded Parents’ Choice Gold, NAPPA Gold, Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Platinum, Early Childhood News Directors’ Choice, American Library Association Notable Children’s Recording and INDIE awards.

2000 Parents’ Choice Gold Award
2000 N.A.P.P.A. Gold Award
2000 Oppenheim Platinum Audio Award
American Library Association Audio Award

What a lucky day for children’s music when Jessica Harper decided to apply her pure and supple alto, her prodigious talent for sophisticated rhythm and harmony-and her experience as a parent-to writing and recording children’s songs. Harper has come up with another true original. Her unique songs bounce and tumble with kid- and parent- canny verbal acrobatics and irresistible jazz, reggae and rock’n’roll rhythms. The whole album is a cozy musical haven where Harper, like the girls and boys in her songs, makes “joyful noise.”

I like to think I’m a low maintenance girl. Sure, I have my occasional (ahem, often) bouts of neediness and demands, but overall, give me a couple basics and I’m good to go. On lazy weekend mornings, that means coffee, a savory pastry, and a good book to relax with in a cafe. Any time I fly, all I want from the drinks cart is a cup of tomato juice — yes, tomato juice — and I’m set. My maintenance levels go up due to a few common factors: stress, humidity (which directly correlates to the frizziness of my hair, which loops back to stress me out), the usual. But, overall, I like to believe that it doesn’t take much to keep me content.

So, when I booked my tickets for my first-time trip to San Francisco, I decided there was only one thing I absolutely needed to do whilst there — nothing too touristy, nothing that would drag us across the city and back, nothing that would require us to spend way too much money. Nope, my only request? We drive somewhere while listening to Phantom Planet’s “California.”

Maybe it’s my years and years of watching The O.C. (one of my all-time favorite shows), or maybe it’s my past history with southern California (I used to travel to LA — and Disneyland — somewhat often as a kid), but I just needed that piano intro, those catchy lyrics, and the perfect chorus to belt out in your car with the windows down. Bonus points if you’re driving down the 101.

Norah Jones (born Geetali Norah Shankar ; March 30, 1979) [1] is an American singer, songwriter, pianist and actress. She has won numerous awards and has sold more than 50 million records worldwide. [2] Billboard named her the top jazz artist of the 2000–2009 decade. She has won nine Grammy Awards and was 60th on Billboard magazine's artists of the 2000–2009 decade chart. [3]

Jones is the daughter of Indian sitar player and composer Ravi Shankar , and is the half-sister of fellow musician Anoushka Shankar .

Jones was born Geetali Norah Shankar on March 30, 1979 in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn , New York, to American concert producer Sue Jones and Indian musician Ravi Shankar . [9] [10]

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