Norah Jones Titles Upcoming Album, Sets Release Date

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We knew a new album was coming in November, but, this week, UNT and Booker T. Washington alum Norah Jones released a few more details pertaining to her upcoming fourth studio record.

The album will be released on November 17, and will be called The Fall. And, furthermore, common sense would indicate that the image to the right would be the album cover--the image, which bears the album's title, appears on the homepage of Jones' Web site.

And that image, maybe, would further indicate that the song "Man of the Hour," which Jones told a crowd at the re-opening of her high school alma mater last summer was about her dog before she performed the new track, will appear on the disc.

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