Jones was the most delicately luminous talent produced by the West Coast scene of the 1970s. When she's good she changes the very light; when she's bad she's dull.
This is very good. It's a collection of hitherto uncompleted songs from the drifts of her career and ought to be seen as a triumph of good housekeeping. The ensemble includes Bill Frisell, Ben Harper, Alison Krauss and Vic Chesnutt; the sound is soulful, soft, bittersweet and woozy – like waking up with an old lover on an autumn morning. Slight but beautiful.Reuse content