Jones, Rickie Lee: Rickie Lee Jones

Jones, Rickie Lee SKU: 36986538
Jones, Rickie Lee: Rickie Lee Jones

Jones, Rickie Lee: Rickie Lee Jones

Jones, Rickie Lee SKU: 36986538

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Rickie Lee Jones
Artist: Jones, Rickie Lee
Label: Other Side of Desire
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 5056167109686
Genre: Rock

Vinyl LP pressing. Rickie Lee Jones is the debut album by singer-songwriter Rickie Lee Jones. After arriving in California in the mid-1970s, Jones started taking songwriting more seriously, and by 1977 had met singer-songwriters Chuck E. Weiss and Tom Waits (Jones consequently became romantically involved with Waits). Jones had begun playing live in the Los Angeles area at the age of 21, and after meeting singer-songwriter Alfred Johnson, the pair began writing and performing live together (most notably at the Ala Carte club.) At a label showcase, Jones performed originals, including "Chuck E.'s in Love", "The Real Thing Is Back in Town" and "The Moon Is Made of Gold." This showcase performance, plus a demo containing "The Last Chance Texaco", "Easy Money", "Young Blood" and "After Hours" led to a record deal with Warner Bros.. For her major label debut, Jones scrapped "The Real Thing Is Back in Town," but used the titular line in one of the album's tracks - "Coolsville."

1.1 Chuck E's in Love
1.2 On Saturday Afternoons in 1963
1.3 Night Train
1.4 Young Blood
1.5 Easy Money
1.6 The Last Chance Texaco
1.7 Danny's All-Star Joint
1.8 Coolsville
1.9 Weasel and the White Boys Cool
1.10 Company
1.11 After Hours (Twelve Bars Past Midnight)
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