7 thoughts on “ We Belong Together - Rickie Lee Jones - Pirates (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. * Items below may differ depending on the release. Review Rickie Lee Jones' Pirates arrives like a cloudburst in the desert of Eighties formula pop music and recycled heavy-metal rock. Explosively passionate and exhilaratingly eccentric, this freeform, piano-based song cycle compares with Van Morrison's Astral Weeks, Bruce Springsteen's The Wild, the Innocent & the E Street Shuffle and Joni.
  2. Artist: Rickie Lee Jones Genre: Rock Release Date: Label: Warner Bros. Catalog Number: Recording: Studio Sound: Stereo Length: Format: CD Note: 5CD set collecting five of Rickie Lee Jones' albums: Rickie Lee Jones (), Pirates (), Girl at Her Volcano (), The Magazine (), and Naked Songs: Live and Acoustic ().
  3. Insanely good sound for Jones sophomore release with both sides earning Shootout Winning Triple Plus (A+++) grades Forget whatever dead-as-a-doornail Heavy Vinyl record theyre making these days - if you want to hear the Tubey Magic, size and energy of this wonderful album, a vintage pressing like this one is the only way to go Lee Herschberg recorded Rickies debut as well as this follow-up.
  4. Rickie Lee Jones RICKIE LEE JONES Vinyl LP Album ~ Record VG+ Cover VG+. $ + $ shipping. Rickie Lee Jones: Pirates [Vinyl Record LP] We Belong Together. 2. Living It Up. 3. Skeletons. 4. Woody and Dutch on the Slow Train to lauflamacerusinmadernokasdiskca.xyzinfo Rating: % positive.
  5. Pirates, an Album by Rickie Lee Jones. Released 15 July on Warner Bros. (catalog no. BSK ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Singer/Songwriter, Jazz Pop. Featured peformers: Rickie Lee Jones (vocals, keyboards, composer, aka_text arrangements role_id aka_text), Howard 'Buzz' Feiten (guitar), Steve Lukather (guitar), Dean Parks (guitar), Neil Larsen (keyboards), Pineapples (keyboards), .
  6. Label: Warner Bros. Records Catalog# WB “Pirates” is the second album by Chicago-born singer, songwriter, and musician Rickie Lee Jones, released in July , two years after her eponymous debut Rickie Lee Jones. The album is partially an account of her break-up with fellow musician Tom Waits after the success of her debut album.
  7. "Rickie Lee Jones' Pirates arrives like a cloudburst in the desert of Eighties formula pop music and recycled heavy-metal rock." So wrote Stephen Holden in Rolling Stone in his five-star review of the eclectic artist's sophomore record, a set that continues to defy eras and styles.. Accompanied by an all-star lineup that includes trumpeter Randy Brecker, Steely Dan icon Donald Fagen.

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