Norah Jones' first album in three years "Not Too Late" opened at No. 1 on the U.S. pop charts Wednesday Feb 7th, 2006 sold more than 400,000 first-week copies in the United States.
Norah Jones is still a favorite. The jazz singer/pianist has her first album in three years "Not Too Late" opened at No. 1 on the U.S. pop charts Wednesday Feb 7th, sold 405,000 copies in its first week on the charts. Jones' last album, "Feels Like Home," debuted at No. 1 in February 2004 with 1.02 million copies; her 2002 debut, "Come Away With Me" reached the top the following year.
Behind her on the 2nd spot is Katharine McPhee's self-titled debut album, which sold 116,000 copies. Holding on to No. 3 is DAUGHTRY's "DAUGHTRY" sold 77,000 copies. Celtic Woman's "A New Journey" debuts at No. 4, taking in 71,000 units, ahead of Pretty Ricky's "Late Night Special" at No. 5 with another 62,000 copies.
Next on the chart is Akon's "Konvicted" which moves up one to No. 6 with 56,000, followed by the "Dreamgirls" soundtrack at 7th spot. Rounding out the Top 10 are The Shins' "Wincing the Night Away" slips three to No. 8 with 53,000, Robin Thicke's "The Evolution of Robin Thicke" slips one to No. 9 with 52,000, and the "2007 Grammy Nominees" album which slips six to No. 10.