Rickie Lee Jones - Balm In Gilead album download
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|UCCO-1091||Rickie Lee Jones||Balm In Gilead (CD, Album, RM, SHM)||Fantasy||UCCO-1091||Japan||2009|
|0888072317604||Rickie Lee Jones||Balm In Gilead (CD, Album + DVD)||Fantasy||0888072317604||France||2009|
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Balm in Gilead is an album by American singer-songwriter Rickie Lee Jones, released in November 2009 on the Fantasy Records label. It was produced by Rickie Lee Jones together with David Kalish and Sheldon Gomberg. All tracks composed by Rickie Lee Jones; except where indicated. Old Enough" (Jones, David Kalish). Remember Me". "The Moon Is Made of Gold". The Gospel of Carlos, Norman and Smith" (Jones, David Kalish).
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Rickie Lee Jones’ recording career began with the big splash of the unexpected hit Chuck . s In Love, and over the years the jazz-pop hipster has given way to a songwriter who’s turned some unusual corners. 2009’s Balm In Gilead reflects a folkier, at times more solemn and ambient Jones. Wild Girl is an even-paced ballad that gently explodes in a torrent of words. Jones wrote it for her daughter as she turned 21, undoubtedly expecting the apple to fall near the tree). Ben Harper duets for the blues-laced, experience-laden Old Enough.
An older, more mature version of the Rickie Lee Jones I grew up with, but still fresh and original. While lacking some of the irrepressible energy of her early work, Chuck E's in Love, Danny's Allstar Joint and others, it still has a sense of humor and optimism. Wild Child is a reprise of The Horses recorded 20 years later. While The Horses was a lullaby to her then one year old daughter. I'm especially fond of this album, the first new work of hers that I've heard in 15 years. After 10 or 20 listens it has penetrated my heart. If you are a Rickie fan give it a listen. If you're not, I recommend you to start with her first two albums, Rickie Lee Jones and Pirates and work your way forward or just jump straight into this one. You're in for an audio surprise. Reply Notify me Helpful.
This album has an average beat per minute of 106 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 64/172 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Balm in Gilead. BPM Profile Balm in Gilead. Album starts at 64BPM, ends at 105BPM (+41), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Rickie Lee Jones.
Rickie Lee Jones has always insisted on making her own choices, sometimes baffling her critics with yet another puzzle to work out. Here the Duchess of Coolsville combines her multiple talents as an artist, songwriter and producer with a little help from musical friends like Jon Brion, Bill Frisell, Brian Swartz, Pete Thomas and Reggie McBride. The album opens with a tribute to Jones' daughter, Charlotte. Like many of the other tracks, "Wild Girl" is an unfinished song that finally catches a second wind for Balm in Gilead. Starting out in a calm and motherly loving mood, a hint.
When she started work on this album, Rickie Lee Jones was faced with the problem of how to progress from her last, The Sermon On Exposition Boulevard, a highly praised collection in which she reinterpreted Jesus's words. Her solution was to go back to old songs she had never quite finished, such as 1989's Wildgirl. Joined by Ben Harper, Vic Chesnutt and Alison Krauss, Jones opts for an enchanted, breathy delivery that hovers between country and jazz. It's roughly an album of two halves, the first warm and folky, the second soft and shimmering
Rickie Lee Jones is a jackdaw and a rootless musical wanderer. Each new album finds her conceptually in a different place, usually on a different label with (a) different collaborator(s). On Balm in Gilead, however, it's as if she's come home to the American music forms that truly anchor her wayward talent – especially after the hit-and-miss improvisations of The Sermon on Exposition Boulevard (2007). Bal. as the satisfying cohesion and soulfulness of The Evening of My Best Day (2003), the last album Jones made with guitarist-producer David Kalish.