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Working with the 'Duchess of Coolsville'

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Working with the 'Duchess of Coolsville'

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Working with the 'Duchess of Coolsville'

Working with the 'Duchess of Coolsville'

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From 'Pop Pop'

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'Bye Bye Blackbird'

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Iconoclastic singer-songwriter Rickie Lee Jones has just released an anthology of her favorite recordings, a three-CD set called Duchess of Coolsville.

Day to Day contributor David Was, one of the founding members of the pop-funk band Was (Not Was), co-produced Jones' album Pop Pop and he shares his observations about the artist's no-compromises approach to music.

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Album
Duchess of Coolsville: An Anthology
Artist
Rickie Lee Jones
Label
Rhino Records
Released
2005

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