Norah Jones returned to the top of the U.S. pop album charts Wednesday Feb 21st, with her album "Not Too Late" sold another 211,000 copies for the week ended Sunday Feb 18th.
Norah Jones reclaims her position on the Billboard Hot 200. The singer returns to the top spot of the US album charts Wednesday Feb 21st, with her album "Not Too Late" sold another 211,000 copies for the week ended Sunday Feb 18th. "Not Too Late" is Jones' third album, a follow up to her second LP, "Feels Like Home" which was released in 2004 to high sales.
Following close behind at the 2nd spot on the chart is the late Gerald Levert's posthumous release "In My Songs" moves 165,000 copies. The "Grammy Nominees 2007" compilation, in the meantime, rises four places to No. 3 with 131,000 copies, while Corinne Bailey Rae's self-titled debut bounces five places to No. 4 with 120,000. Fall Out Boy's "Infinity on High", who was last week's chart topper, falls to No. 5 with 119,000.
Robin Thicke's "The Evolution of Robin Thicke" remains at the 6th spot with around 116,000 copies, just one place ahead of Justin Timberlake's "FutureSex/LoveSounds" which climbs three to No. 7 with 108,000. The Dixie Chicks' "Taking the Long Way" rocketing 64 spots to No. 8 sold 103,000 copies, presumably due to their success in sweeping clean all their five Grammy nominations. Rounding out the Top 10 is DAUGHTRY's eponymous LP at No. 9 with 102,000 copies sold, and John Mayer's "Continuum," which sold 80,000 copies at the 10th spot.