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Rickie Lee Jones - Pieces of Treasure - The American music icon, whose work has spanned genres and decades, is back with her 15th studio album. The project is devoted entirely to the American Songbook of jazz standards, reinterpreted in Jones' wide-ranging musical fashion. "This album is as much about being human, the view of surviving-which means aging, and loving relentlessly-as it is about anything," Jones explains of the forthcoming Pieces of Treasure in a statement. "We love 'til the day we die, love our lives, our families, and finally ourselves."
Rickie Lee Jones - Pieces of Treasure - The American music icon, whose work has spanned genres and decades, is back with her 15th studio album. The project is devoted entirely to the American Songbook of jazz standards, reinterpreted in Jones' wide-ranging musical fashion. "This album is as much about being human, the view of surviving-which means aging, and loving relentlessly-as it is about anything," Jones explains of the forthcoming Pieces of Treasure in a statement. "We love 'til the day we die, love our lives, our families, and finally ourselves."
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Pieces Of Treasure [LP]
Artist: Rickie Lee Jones
Format: Vinyl
New: In Stock $27.99
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DISC: 1

1. Just in Time
2. There Will Never Be Another You
3. Nature Boy
4. One for My Baby
5. They Can't Take That Away from Me
6. All the Way
7. Here's That Rainy Day
8. September Song
9. On the Sunny Side of the Street
10. It's All in the Game

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Rickie Lee Jones - Pieces of Treasure - The American music icon, whose work has spanned genres and decades, is back with her 15th studio album. The project is devoted entirely to the American Songbook of jazz standards, reinterpreted in Jones' wide-ranging musical fashion. "This album is as much about being human, the view of surviving-which means aging, and loving relentlessly-as it is about anything," Jones explains of the forthcoming Pieces of Treasure in a statement. "We love 'til the day we die, love our lives, our families, and finally ourselves."
        
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