December 30, 2011 – 4:38 am

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Paris 2011 [no label, 2CD]

Live at the Salle Peyel, Paris, France; November 27, 2011. Good to very good audience recording.

As the year draws to a close, here is a show for those looking for something contemplative.

For this show, Rickie Lee Jones performed her 1979 self-titled debut album and Pirates in their entirety.

Thanks to Lorenzo for taping the show and to Giona for sharing the tracks on Dime.

Click on the highlighted tracks to download the MP3s (sample rate of 224 kbps). As far as we can ascertain, these tracks have never been officially released on CD.

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Disc 1
Track 101. Danny’s All-Star Joint (9.8MB)
Track 102. Young Blood (7.3MB)
Track 103. Easy Money (6.6MB)
Track 104. Chuck E’s In Love (6.8MB)
Track 105. Living It Up (12.9MB)
Track 106. Skeletons (7.3MB)
Track 107. We Belong Together (8.5MB)
Track 108. A Lucky Guy (6.9MB)
Track 109. On Saturday Afternoons In 1963 (5.7MB)
Track 110. Coolsville (7.2MB)
Track 111. Pirates (6.9MB)
Track 112. Traces Of The Western Slopes (15.1MB)

Disc 2
Track 201. On The Street Where You Live (7.1MB)
Track 202. Company (9.1MB)
Track 203. Woody And Dutch On The Slow Train To Peking (11.0MB)
Track 204. Weasel And The White Boys Cool (21.9MB)
Track 204. Weasel And The White Boys Cool (alternative link)
Track 205. Night Train (6.7MB)
Track 206. The Last Chance Texaco (10.0MB)
Track 207. After Hours (5.6MB)
Track 208. The Returns (16.8MB)
Track 208. The Returns (alternative link)
Track 209. The Horses (13.1MB)

Rickie Lee Jones - vocals
Jeff Pevar - guitar
Tom Canning - clavier
Reggie McBride - bass
Johnny Friday - drums
Scott Mayo - saxophone
Andrew Lippman - trombone
Jamelle Williams - trumpet


Click here to order Rickie Lee Jones’s albums.

  1. 4 Responses to “RICKIE LEE JONES - FIRST TWO ALBUMS LIVE 2011”

  2. Brilliant! I was at the previous show in London with my 17 year-old (he loves RLJ) and it really captures the magic of that night.
    A superb set, great musicians (definitely _no_ passengers on stage) and a great memory.
    Thank you so much.

    By John on Jan 4, 2012

  3. Come on, this is barely listenable! I love Rickie, but this in NOT accxeptable. Why does BigO label every audience recording “good to excellent,” when they’re nowhere near album quality? Hopefully, someone will post a soundboard version, or there’ll be an official live release.

    By David M. Korn on Jan 12, 2012

  4. Hi , it s not Salle Peyel, but Salle Pleyel as The Piano Construction Company

    By Philippe on Aug 4, 2015

  5. this is not that great sounding but more than acceptable. I love her and her first two albums which she never quite topped. It is great to hear her going back to this music and performing it.

    Uncle Joe’s Tunz

    By Joe Pfeiffer on Jan 15, 2017

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