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Ghetto Of My Mind - Rickie Lee Jones - Flying Cowboys


1989
Label: Geffen Records - 924 246-1,Geffen Records - WX 309,Geffen Records - 7599-24246-1 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: UK & Europe • Genre: Rock, Pop, Folk, World, & Country • Style: Soft Rock, Vocal
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Five years after the disappointing The MagazineRickie Lee Jones returned to form with Flying Cowboyswhich shared much of the playful, childlike charm of her debut, Rickie Lee Jonesand some of the musically diffuse, lyrically ambitious form of its follow-up, Pirates.

From the opening track, "The Horses," which suggested a mother's delight with her child as much as a lover's Manufactura - Psychogenic Fugue + A Damaged Symphony For Depraved Dementia N.2, Jones reintroduced the joyous tone of her early work as well as establishing the Western theme that would run through the album -- cowboys, rodeos, horses, deserts -- without adding up to an actual storyline.

The easy rhythms and lazy, flexible singing on the first few songs were reminiscent of Laura Nyro 's work with Labelle on their Gonna Take a Miracle album, after which Jones branched out into reggae and folk-blues, coming up with an affectionate bluesman voice on "Ghost Train. If Jones could be obscure and unfocused as a writer, that Ghetto Of My Mind - Rickie Lee Jones - Flying Cowboys was also her strength, since it was an expression of the imagination that also produced her most striking musical effects.

Producer Walter Becker may have helped keep things from getting as grandiose as they had on The Magazinebut it was really the artist herself who managed to rein in from that album's self-importance.

If what resulted was not as accomplished as Piratesit was the most accessible and enjoyable music Jones had made since her debut. AllMusic relies heavily on JavaScript. Please enable JavaScript in your browser to use the site fully. Blues Classical Country. Electronic Folk International. Jazz Latin New Age. Ghetto Of My Mind - Rickie Lee Jones - Flying Cowboys Bittersweet Druggy. Energetic Happy Hypnotic. Romantic Sad Sentimental. (Hummmm) A Love Like Yours - Johnny Kirk & Lilly Thomas - (Hummmm) A Love Like Yours / Bitter With T Trippy All Moods.

Drinking Hanging Out In Love. Introspection Late Night Partying. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Features Interviews Lists. Streams Videos All Posts. Release Date September, Introspection Reflection Regret Reminiscing. Track Listing. The Horses. Rickie Lee Jones. Just My Baby. Ghetto of My Mind. Rodeo Girl. Ghost Train. Flying Cowboys. Away from the Sky. Atlas' Marker. Spotify Amazon. Rodeo Girl Rickie Lee Jones. Satellites Rickie Lee Jones.

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  1. Five years after the disappointing The Magazine, Rickie Lee Jones returned to form with Flying Cowboys, which shared much of the playful, childlike charm of her debut, Rickie Lee Jones, and some of the musically diffuse, lyrically ambitious form of its follow-up, Pirates.9/
  2. I put my arms around him And I feel satisfied and free One night I tried my bandanna around his wrists And we started to sway and it felt so good And he said "Look' here, mamma, look' here, I think I better just see you Safely out of the neighborhood" That is to say, The ghetto, the ghetto of my mind Y aqui, the ghetto, the ghetto of my mind.
  3. from FLYING COWBOYS Ghetto of My Mind. Rickie Lee Jones / Pascal Naber-Meyer. Saving all my money all week long So I can go out driving with you Down on Hollywood Boulevard (On Friday night, dressed right) I don't take no trouble smoke at the wall ('cause that's passe, that's what I say).
  4. Jan 10,  · I'm a Rickie Lee Jones aficionado, and this is my favorite album of hers. There are so many outstanding tracks on this album: to many to list. But the one that has stayed with me through the years is "Satellites." Rickie Lee still is spectacular in concert too. Try to see her if /5(44).

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