Norah Jones' sophomore Blue Note album "Feels Like Home" will be re-released as a double-disc package Sept. 21.

Norah Jones' sophomore Blue Note album "Feels Like Home" will be re-released as a double-disc package Sept. 21. Three previously unreleased songs will be featured: the original "Moon Song," a cover of the Boudleaux/Bryant staple "Sleepless Nights" and "I Turned Your Picture to the Wall," penned by Jones' guitarist Adam Levy's grandfather.

The second disc will be a DVD with live versions of album cuts "Creepin' In," "The Long Way Home" and "In the Morning," recorded in March in Madrid, as well as a cover of Gram Parsons' "She." An interview with Jones plus music videos for "Sunrise" and "What Am I to You?" round out the package.

"Feels Like Home" debuted earlier this year at No. 1 on The Billboard 200 and has sold 3.2 million copies in the United States, according to Nielsen SoundScan.

Jones is in the midst of her biggest tour yet, which next plays Nashville's Grand Ole Opry on Aug. 12. Dates are on tap through Nov. 14 in West Palm Beach, Fla.