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All News Daily Roundup. Album Reviews Song Reviews. Song Lyrics. Review: RIFF-it. RIFF-it good. Listen while you read! Add Comment. After Hours 2. Atlas' Marker 4. Autumn Leaves 5. Away From The Sky 6. Bitchenostrophy 7. Bye Bye Blackbird 8. Cycles 9. Dat Dere Deep Space Donkey Ride She met Alfred Johnson, a piano player and songwriter. Jones and Waits were lovers at the outset of her career, creating a lifelong association with one another.
Jones also met Chuck E. Weiss , who would figure prominently in her early career. In early , through the efforts of Ulz, she came to the attention of Dr. John and Little Feat 's Lowell George. Ulz introduced Lowell George to Jones' composition "Easy Money" by singing it to him over the telephone. A four-song demo of material was circulated around the L. The recordings came to the attention of Lenny Waronker , producer and executive at Warner Bros. Records , and Tommy LiPuma. Jones was courted by the major labels, and after a bidding war, Jones chose Waronker because of his work with Randy Newman, and because, she said, she had a vision of standing in his office the moment she saw his name on the back of Newman's Sail Away album.
Waronker signed Jones to Warner Bros. Work commenced on her debut album, co-produced by Waronker and Russ Titelman. Rickie Lee Jones was released in March and became a hit, buoyed by the success of the jazz-flavored single " Chuck E. The album, which included guest appearances by Dr. Her appearance — as an unknown one month after her debut record had been released — on Saturday Night Live on April 7, , sparked an overnight sensation.
She performed " Chuck E. Touring after the album's release, she played Carnegie Hall on July 22, Members of her group included native New York guitarist Buzz Feiten , who was featured on the album and would appear in her recorded works for over a decade.
Following a successful world tour, Jones appeared on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine. Photographed by Annie Leibovitz , the cover image showed Jones posing in a crouched stance, wearing a black bra and a white beret. Before the ceremony, Jones told her mentor Bob Regher that she would not attend.
Changing her mind at the last minute, the two raced to the event just in time for her to walk up and collect her 'Best New Artist' trophy, in her leather jacket and boa, signature beret and gloves. In her acceptance speech, she thanked her lawyers and her accountant, which earned laughter and applause from the audience. In , Francis Ford Coppola asked Jones to collaborate with Waits on his upcoming film One from the Heart , but she balked, citing the recent breakup that had occurred in late .
Coppola responded that it would be perfect for the film, since the two main characters in the film are separated, and he asked her to reconsider. Jones still refused the job, a decision she later admitted to regretting. He remained a personal and musical partner for decades. The songs were written between September and June — when the last lyrics to "Traces of the Western Slope" and the last bass on "A Lucky Guy" were put down.
The recording sessions finally yielded Pirates in July Rolling Stone remained a fervent supporter of Jones, with a second cover feature in ;  the magazine also included a glowing five-star review of Pirates , which became a commercially successful follow-up, reaching No. In America, "Woody and Dutch The finger snaps and jive talk beat were imitated in advertisements for McDonald's , Dr. Pepper , and others. Another lengthy and successful tour into followed, before Jones moved back to California, settling in San Francisco.
A partial tour memento, the EP Girl at Her Volcano , was issued originally as a 10" record in , featuring a mix of live and studio cover versions of jazz and pop standards , as well as one Jones original, "Hey, Bub", which was recorded for Pirates.
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. Concert Tickets. Groovy Objects books, mags, t-shirts Price : Format : CD. Seller : funrec.
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