|1||Prelude To Gravity
Arranged By [String] – James Newton Howard, Marty PaichConductor [Strings] – Marty Paich
Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes] – Greg PhillinganesProgrammed By [Additional Programming] – Michael Boddicker
|3||Juke Box Fury
Arranged By [Horns] – Jerry Hey, Rickie Lee JonesSynthesizer [Dx-7] – Neil Larsen
|4||It Must Be Love||4:54|
Arranged By, Conductor [Strings] – James Newton Howard
|6||The Real End
Arranged By [Horns] – Jerry HeyOrgan – Neil Larsen
Electric Piano [Wurlitzer] – Neil LarsenSynthesizer [Additional] – Michael Boddicker
|9||Theme For The Pope
Accordion – Nick De Caro*Acoustic Guitar, Alto Vocals – Sal BernardiMandolin – Jeffery Pevar*Twelve-String Guitar – Jeffrey Pevar*Written-By – Jones*, Bernardi*
|10a||The Unsigned Painting||2:18|
|10b||The Weird Beast
Arranged By, Performer – Rickie Lee Jones
|9 25177-1, 1-25117||Rickie Lee Jones||The Magazine (LP, Album)||Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. Records||9 25177-1, 1-25117||US||1984|
|CD 25117||Rickie Lee Jones||The Magazine (CD, Album, RE)||Warner Music Canada Ltd||CD 25117||Canada||Unknown|
|PKG-3053||Rickie Lee Jones||The Magazine (Cass)||Warner Bros. Records||PKG-3053||Japan||1984|
|251172||Rickie Lee Jones||The Magazine (CD, Album, RE)||Warner Bros. Records, WEA Records||251172||Australia||Unknown|
|25117-1||Rickie Lee Jones||The Magazine (LP, Album)||Warner Bros. Records||25117-1||Australia||1984|
The Magazine is an album by Rickie Lee Jones, released in September 1984. It is her third full-length studio album, and was released as the follow-up to Pirates (1981). The album was partly composed in France and was co-produced by Jones and James Newton Howard. After the release of Pirates in July 1981, Jones spent 1982 on the road on tour before kicking her addiction to heroin and cocaine.
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Amazing album from the mid 80's, with such a unique atmosphere. 1. Prelude to Gravity 0:00 2. Gravity 2:53 3. Juke box fury 7:42 4. It must be love 11:59 . .
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A South Austin church recently converted into a part-time music venue might not have seemed an obvious setting for a great show from Rickie Lee Jones, Rickie Lee Jones.
Rickie Lee Jones is the debut album of singer-songwriter Rickie Lee Jones. After arriving in California in the mid-1970s, Jones started taking songwriting more seriously, and by 1977 had met singer-songwriters Chuck E. Weiss and Tom Waits (Jones consequently became romantically involved with Waits).
This is not a new album for me. I have the record but wanted a CD copy of this amazing record. The Magazine was my very first introduction to Rickie Lee Jones (after Chuck E's In Love) music. I loved it instantly. When I went to college I didn't have a lot of money; but, when I got my student loan I marched down to the local record store and bought everything they had by her. Rickie Lee is not for everyone but I am still amazed at the storytelling that is heard in her songs. I can see each scene being played out as if I were watching it on a screen rather than hearing it on a record.
Tracklist: 1. Prelude To Gravity, 2. Gravity, 3. Juke Box Fury, 4. It Must Be Love, 5. Magazine, 6. The Real End, 7. Deep Space, 8. Runaround, 9. Theme For The Pope, 10. The Unsigned Painting, 11. The Weird Beast. 9. Theme For The Pope. 10. The Unsigned Painting. More albums from Rickie Lee Jones: Traffic From Paradise by Rickie Lee Jones. Naked Songs by Rickie Lee Jones. It’s Like This by Rickie Lee Jones. The Evening Of My Best Day by Rickie Lee Jones. Live At Red Rocks by Rickie Lee Jones. Pop Pop by Rickie Lee Jones. Ghostyhead by Rickie Lee Jones. The Devil You Know by Rickie Lee Jones