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Rickie Lee Jones - Pop Pop (1991) FLAC

14-07-2015, 07:10
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Rickie Lee Jones - Pop Pop (1991) FLAC

Artist: Rickie Lee Jones
Title Of Album: Pop Pop
Year Of Release: 1991
Label: Geffen
Genre: Folk, Jazz
Quality: FLAC (tracks+.cue)
Bitrate: lossless
Total Time: 50:07
Total Size: 202 mb
WebSite: amazon


1 My One and Only Love
2 Spring Can Really Hang You Up The Most
3 Hi-Lili Hi-Lo
4 Up From The Skies
5 Second Time Around
6 Dat Dere
7 I'll Be Seeing You
8 Bye Bye Blackbird
9 The Ballad Of The Sad Young Men
10 I Won't Grow Up
11 Love Junkyard
12 Comin' Back To Me

Terry Bradford - Background Vocals
Robben Ford - Acoustic Nylon String Guitar/Acoustic Steel String Guitar/Acoustic Guitar
April Gay - Background Vocals
Donny Gerrard - Background Vocals
Michael Greiner - Hurdygurdy/Glass Harmonica
Charlie Haden - Bass
Joe Henderson - Saxophone
Steve Kindler - Violin
John Leftwich - Bass
Arnold McCuller - Background Vocals
Michael O'Neill - Acoustic Nylon String Guitar
Walfredo Reyes - Snare/Bongos/Brushes/Shaker
Dino Saluzzi - Bandoneon
Charley Shoemake - Vibes
Bob Sheppard - Clarinet/Tenor Saxophone
David Was - Background Vocals/Bottles & Junk

Rickie Lee Jones performed vocals and played 6 and 12-String Guitar. She also did the vocal arrangements for "I Won't Grow Up" and the horn arrangements for "Love Junkyard".
"The album's got a kind of old flavor about it. There's no electric music, no keyboard and no drums. A couple of songs have snare and a bongo, but no drum kit. Real intimate. It's real nice listening. [The album's] just what I wanted to do, what I like to listen to. All standards."
"I can't remember when I decided on just guitar and bass. I was thinking about it for a couple of years, because I had practiced 'Valentine' with a guitar and bass when I lived in France and said 'Oh, that's eally beautiful and different without a keyboard.' I think I got the idea then and it was growing on me. [That sparer sound] is what I grew up with. My uncle and my dad used to play together all the time: they would sing those standards with the guitar so for me it's the most natural sounding."

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