Now free them from the schoolyard Free them from the lunch tray edge Free them from the canons inside your head. I don't know why But for some people An ordinary day Just rises up before them And it sweeps the past away. And its a good Life From now on When I look back at you A good life Look ahead The sky is almost blue. The Evening of My Best Day (live)" Track Info. The Evening of My Best Day Rickie Lee Jones.
Complete your Rickie Lee Jones collection. Mink Coat At The Bus Stop. 11. The Evening Of My Best Day. 12. A Face In The Crowd.
Published on Dec 20, 2012. Evening of My Best Day. Category. Rickie Lee Jones - The Magazine (Full Album) - Duration: 43:24. wolmarrrrr 126,161 views. RICKIE LEE JONES Walk Away Rene - Duration: 4:29.
Comfort Empowerment Introspection Reflection Regret Reminiscing. On her first offering of new, self-penned material in six years, Rickie Lee Jones offers songs from the font of the well. No covers, no live tracks, just an honest to goodness studio offering of fine songs that underscore Jones reputation as the most wonderful kind of idiosyncratic songwriter. And she owes George W. Bush for it - she began writing again in frustrated and indignant response to Bush's hotly contended election to the highest office in the land - one listen to "Tell Somebody (Repeal The Patriot Act)," a jumping gospel and soul tune, is all the proof one needs.
The Evening of My Best Day is an album by American singer/songwriter Rickie Lee Jones, released in 2003. All tracks composed and arranged by Rickie Lee Jones; except "Sailor Song" co-written by David Kalish. Second Chance" – 4:53. Bitchenostrophy" – 4:38. Little Mysteries" – 5:01. Tell Somebody (Repeal the Patriot Act)" – 4:04. A Tree on Allenford" – 5:13. It Takes You There" – 5:17. Mink Coat at the Bus Stop" – 4:50.
This album has an average beat per minute of 130 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 70/176 BPM). See the BPM profile of this album. Here is the BPM profile of The Evening of My Best Day. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Rickie Lee Jones. The Other Side of Desire.
From her 1979 debut onward, Rickie Lee Jones has proved to be an original, mixing beatnik-based poetic sensibilities with R&B, jazz, folk, and pop. Most of her commercial success came at the outset of her career, but a restless creative spirit - combined with a stubborn refusal to fit comfortably into any one musical niche - sealed her ultimate destiny as that of a highly regarded cult heroine. Jones returned to original material in 2003 with The Evening of My Best Day, an album that expressed her anger and disappointment with contemporary American politics. During the summer of 2005, Rhino released the career-spanning three-CD anthology Duchess of Coolsville. Two years later, Jones released The Sermon on Exposition Boulevard, a stunning collection of songs based on friend Lee Cantelon's 1997 book The Words.