Download links and information about Pop Pop by Rickie Lee Jones. This album was released in 1991 and it belongs to Jazz, Crossover Jazz, Rock, Folk Rock, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist genres. It contains 12 tracks with total duration of 50:02 minutes.
|Artist:||Rickie Lee Jones|
|Genre:||Jazz, Crossover Jazz, Rock, Folk Rock, Pop, Songwriter/Lyricist|
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|1.||My One and Only Love||5:55|
|2.||Spring Can Really Hang You up the Most||3:57|
|4.||Up from the Skies||4:32|
|5.||Second Time Around||4:51|
|7.||I'll Be Seeing You||3:16|
|8.||Bye Bye Blackbird||2:23|
|9.||The Ballad of the Sad Young Men||4:22|
|10.||I Won't Grow Up||3:12|
|12.||Comin' Back to Me||5:35|
An eclectic collection of covers from one of jazz-pop's most eclectic performers, Pop Pop travels from the stage to tin pan alley through Jimi Hendrix's sky. Rickie Lee Jones cradles each of these songs with her pleading, gentle voice, backing them with subtle orchestration courtesy of notable performers including Robben Ford, Joe Henderson, and Charlie Haden. Her attention to love songs of the '40s and '50s demonstrates almost a longing for simpler times and simpler love, and these qualities are echoed in the treatment of songs like "My One and Only Love" and "I'll Be Seeing You." Her subdued take on the psychedelic Jimi Hendrix screamer "Up From the Skies" is slowed to a bluesy acoustic number, while the bratty refrain from Peter Pan's "I Won't Grow Up" seems blushingly sweet.
While fans of the folk styles she demonstrated with her 1979 self-titled debut might not see as much merit in these soulful jazz interpretations, it still demonstrates Jones' ability to evolve and her unwillingness to be pinned down into one category.