The new album The Other Side of Desire marks Jones' first original material in years, spurred on by a life-changing move to New Orleans. David McClister/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Leaving Los Angeles: Rickie Lee Jones Turns A Decade Into An Album
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Rickie Lee Jones' new album, The Other Side of Desire, will be out on June 23. David McClister/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Rickie Lee Jones' new album, The Devil You Know, is a collection of covers. "I think [I recorded the album] partially to remind people that a singer is the one who interprets the song," she says. "And once you do that, it's yours." Myriam Santos/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Rickie Lee Jones: 'One Devil With One Guitar'
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Rickie Lee Jones' Divine Departure
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Rickie Lee Jones in Studio on World Cafe - 03/21/2007
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