Jones’ baby-girl croon has always focused on adult themes. Here, it’s politics. On the gently swinging ”Ugly Man,” she sings that George W. ”grew up to be like his father”; on the funky ”Little Mysteries,” she considers conspiracy theories. And ”Tell Somebody” is a call to arms, protesting the Patriot Act. These are pop’s most artful anti-Bush statements to date. But even right-wingers will have to attest to the musical integrity of ”Evening”’s jazz-inflected tracks and the charm of Jones’ idiosyncratic style.
Evening of My Best Day Jones' baby-girl croon has always focused on adult themes. Here, it's politics. On the gently swinging ''Ugly Man,'' she sings that George W. ''grew...Evening of My Best Day Jones' baby-girl croon has always focused on adult themes. Here, it's politics. On the gently swinging ''Ugly Man,'' she sings that George W. ''grew...2003-10-24
Lead Performer: Rickie Lee Jones; Producer (group): V2
Posted October 24 2003 — 12:00 AM EDT
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