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'The Sermon on Exposition Boulevard' came about after Rickie Lee Jones sang instead of spoke while helping record a book. "The Sermon on Exposition Boulevard" came about after Rickie Lee Jones sang instead of spoke while helping record a book. (JC MATSUURA for the boston globe)
By Joan Anderman
Globe Staff / January 28, 2007

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In the early summer of 2005, Rickie Lee Jones walked into a painter's studio in an industrial section of Culver City, Calif., that had been converted into a makeshift recording studio. Jones's best friend, author and photographer Lee Cantelon, had invited her to recite a passage for a spoken-word recording of his book, "The Words," which organizes the words of ... (Full article: 1101 words)

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