Red Callender Bass. Willie Weeks Bass. Andy Newmark Drums. Jeff Porcaro Drums. Steve Gadd Drums. Loyd Clifft Engineer. Roger Nichols Engineer. Tom Knox Engineer. Buzzy Feiten Guitar. Chuck Findley Horns. Ernie Watts Horns. Tom Scott Horns. Mac Rebennack Keyboards. Ann street 40 years ago or Rampart Street forty years before that Tap shoes and trombones still walk leisurely along Decatur Avenue.
There is something Can you hear it? It seems to me that this collection of American music has a spark of humor and joy, a transformation of spirit as much as anything else. Construct 0. Dropship 0. Record Speed Record Size 12". Artist Rickie Lee Jones. Title Pirates LP. Additional Artists. Record Weight. Record Speed 33RPM. Multi Channel. Stereo 1. Picture Disc. Out of Print. Jones then relocated to Paris. In Jones lived in Paris for four months, writing new material for her third full-length solo album, The Magazine , released in September The Magazine was produced by Jones and James Newton Howard and included a three-song suite, subtitled "Rorschachs," which featured multi-tracked vocals and synth patterns.
She began to pursue jazz standards, recording "The Moon Is Made of Gold", which was written by her father. Her work with Wasserman earned her another Grammy nomination. Jones took a four-year break from her recording schedule, largely attributed to the deaths of her mentor Bob Regher and her father, Richard Loris Jones, that same year.
Jones returned to the United States in after a tour of Israel and Norway, and the imminent birth of her daughter, brought her home to Ojai, California. In September work began on her fourth solo album, Flying Cowboys. Jones included songs dating from the mids, as well as some writing collaborations with her husband Pascal Nabet Meyer and Sal Bernardi.
The album made the US Top 40, reaching No. Jones ended the decade on a high note with her duet with Dr. However, Jones' record company objected to the unauthorized use of her voice and pursued the issue in the court system.
In she toured extensively with Rob Wasserman, with whom she had collaborated in the mids. The album was slightly more successful than its predecessor, reaching No. A number of television and movies had licensed her work in these years, including House M.
Jones' first solo shows in paved the way for her acoustic album Naked Songs , released in September through a one-off deal with Reprise Records. The album, which reached No. Emphasizing her experimentation and change, Jones embraced electronic music for Ghostyhead , released on Reprise Records in June The album, a collaboration with Rick Boston both are credited with production and with twenty-one instruments in common , found Jones employing beats, loops, and electronic rhythms, and also showcased Jones' connection with the trip hop movement of the mid-to-late s.
Despite critical acclaim, it did not meet with commercial success, peaking at No. Jones' second album of cover versions, It's Like This , was released on the independent record label Artemis Records in September The album made it onto three Billboard charts — No.
In November Artemis issued a release of archival material titled Live at Red Rocks , which features material recorded during the Flying Cowboys era tour of —, including a duet with Lyle Lovett. After Ghostyhead , Jones largely retired from public view and admitted that she had battled writer's block. The album peaked at No. She invited punk bass icon Mike Watt the Minutemen, Iggy Pop to perform on "It Takes You There", while "Ugly Man" was a direct aim at the George Bush 'regime' evoking, with an anthem-like Hugh Masekela arrangement, what she termed "the Black Panther horns", and calling for "revolution, everywhere that you're not looking, revolution.
Renewed interest in Jones led to the three-disc anthology Duchess of Coolsville: An Anthology , released through reissue specialists Rhino in June Also in , Jones was invited to take part in her boyfriend and collaborator Lee Cantelon's music version of his book The Words , a book of the words of Christ, set into simple chapters and themes. Cantelon's idea was to have various artists recite the text over primal rock music, but Jones elected to try something that had never been done, to improvise her own impression of the texts, melody and lyric, in stream of consciousness sessions, rather than read Jesus' words.
The sessions were recorded at an artist's loft on Exposition Boulevard in Culver City. When Cantelon could no longer finish the project, Jones picked it up as her own record and hired Rob Schnaf to finish the production at Sunset Sound in , and the result was The Sermon on Exposition Boulevard , released on the independent New West Records in February Edit Artist.
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