RICKIE LEE JONES - FIRST ALBUM LIVE

May 17, 2021 – 6:16 am

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RICKIE LEE JONES
The First Album Live [no label, 1CD]
Fan compilation. Various dates and venues. Very good audio.

Thanks to robbiem for sharing the tracks at Dime.

robbiem noted:

Many thanks and much appreciation for all the tapers, masterers and seeders for making this sort of thing possible.

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Rickie Lee Jones’ self-titled debut album was released in the spring of 1979 to mostly favorable reviews, propelled by the single “Chuck E.’s in Love”. The single became a US #4 hit during the summer, while the album, which went on to become a million seller, hit US #3. Jones was supported by a performance on Saturday Night Live in April 1979, where she performed “Chuck E.’s in Love” and “Coolsville”. A second single, “Young Blood,” cracked the US Top 40 in late 1979, when Jones went on an international tour. By June 1981, the album had sold over two million copies in the US.

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Track 01. Chuck E’s In Love (July 14, 1991; Berkeley Community Theatre, Berkeley, California) 3:39
Track 02. On Saturday Afternoons In 1963 (November 15, 1991; Convocation Hall, Toronto) 2:56
Track 03. Night Train (December 7, 2010; The Birchmere, Alexandria, Virginia) 3:26
Track 04. Young Blood (July 18, 1999; Skeppsholmsfestivalen, Stockholm) 3:12
Track 05. Easy Money (September 3, 1979; Royal Theatre Carre, Amsterdam) 3:21
Track 06. The Last Chance Texaco (August 5, 1998; Empire State Plaza, Albany, New York) 4:44
Track 07. Danny’s All-Star Joint (May 5, 2009; Highland Bowl, Rochester, New York) 4:52
Track 08. Coolsville (March 30, 1990; Toad’s Place, New Haven, Connecticut) 4:32
Track 09. Weasel And The White Boys Cool (November 15, 2019; Fabrique Milano, Milan, Italy) 8:09
Track 10. Company (December 7, 2010; The Birchmere, Alexandria, Virginia) 7:02
Track 11. After Hours (December 7, 2010; The Birchmere, Alexandria, Virginia) 2:54
49 mins

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  1. 8 Responses to “RICKIE LEE JONES - FIRST ALBUM LIVE”

  2. She would never fuck me either. No chicks will.

    Never ever.

    Un.

    By U L E on May 17, 2021

  3. She CAN’T UNDERSTAND NORMAL THINKING and is a POS to work for in clubs.

    By steven j yeaton on May 17, 2021

  4. Twernt me above nuther fake

    By U L E on May 17, 2021

  5. Rumor has it this is a lady who prefers Big Uns

    By U L E on May 17, 2021

  6. Meh !!!
    But I’d definitely screw her

    By The Balance on May 17, 2021

  7. Twernt me on any above nuther fake

    By U L E on May 17, 2021

  8. Rumor has it I’m a twink who prefers Big Uns

    By U L E on May 17, 2021

  9. She’s in her own world these days, but although most of her later work has been ignored, it’s really good.

    I’d love to hear more RLJ. Thanks for this one, Big O!

    By Eric on May 17, 2021

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