Mid-Year Report: The Best Albums of 2012 So Far

From Bruce to Best Coast and beyond, 40 of our favorite albums from the last six months

Norah Jones, 'Little Broken Hearts'

 

A queen of chill brings in Danger Mouse for a groovier, more adventurous sound.

Read the RS review: "Norah Jones sometimes gets derided for being too downtempo – which, really, is like hating on peaches for being juicy. But her fifth album . . . both picks up her pace and pumps up her palette."

 

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