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Joni Mitchell

No female artist better typified the singer/songwriter movement of the '70s than Joni Mitchell, though her public image as the serious, sensitive woman with a guitar shortchanged her abilities, ambitions, and accomplishments. Mitchell's gift for writing personal, folk-inspired songs about the thorny side of life and love was inarguable (particularly on albums like 1970's Ladies of the Canyon and 1971's Blue), but Mitchell also brought the same smarts and eloquence to glossy pop on her commercial breakthrough, 1974's Court & Spark, and she was incorporating jazz and world music into her work long before either was fashionable in American pop music (and she also collaborated with respected jazz artists such as Charles Mingus, Pat Metheny, and Jaco Pastorius, something none of her peers accomplished). At her best, Mitchell was one of the finest and most adventurous artists of her generation, and a key inspiration to many women in music as a talent who refused to be hemmed in by boundaries of genre or gender.

Born Roberta Joan Anderson in Fort McLeod, Alberta, Canada, on November 7, 1943, she was stricken with polio at the age of nine; while recovering in a children's hospital, she began her performing career by singing to the other patients. After later teaching herself to play guitar with the aid of a Pete Seeger instruction book, she went off to art college, and became a fixture on the folk music scene around Alberta. After relocating to Toronto, she married folksinger Chuck Mitchell in 1965, and began performing under the name Joni Mitchell.

A year later the couple moved to Detroit, Michigan, but separated soon after; Joni remained in the Motor City, however, and won significant press acclaim for her burgeoning songwriting skills and smoky, distinctive vocals, leading to a string of high-profile performances in New York City. There she became a cause célèbre among the media and other performers; after she signed to Reprise in 1967, David Crosby offered to produce her debut record, a self-titled acoustic effort that appeared the following year. Her songs also found great success with other singers: in 1968, Judy Collins scored a major hit with the Mitchell-penned "Both Sides Now," while Fairport Convention covered "Eastern Rain" and Tom Rush recorded "The Circle Game."

Thanks to all of the outside exposure, Mitchell began to earn a strong cult following; her 1969 sophomore effort, Clouds, reached the Top 40, while 1970's Ladies of the Canyon sold even better on the strength of the single "Big Yellow Taxi." It also included her anthemic composition "Woodstock," a major hit for Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young. Still, the commercial and critical approval awarded her landmark 1971 record Blue was unprecedented: a luminous, starkly confessional set written primarily during a European vacation, the album firmly established Mitchell as one of pop music's most remarkable and insightful talents.

Predictably, she turned away from Blue's incandescent folk with 1972's For the Roses, the first of the many major stylistic turns she would take over the course of her daring career. Backed by rock-jazz performer Tom Scott, Mitchell's music began moving into more pop-oriented territory, a change typified by the single "You Turn Me On (I'm a Radio)," her first significant hit. The follow-up, 1974's classic Court and Spark, was her most commercially successful outing: a sparkling, jazz-accented set, it reached the number two spot on the U.S. album charts and launched three hit singles -- "Help Me," "Free Man in Paris," and "Raised on Robbery."

After the 1974 live collection Miles of Aisles, Mitchell emerged in 1975 with The Hissing of Summer Lawns, a bold, almost avant-garde record that housed her increasingly complex songs in experimental, jazz-inspired settings; "The Jungle Line" introduced the rhythms of African Burundi drums, placing her far ahead of the pop world's mid-'80s fascination with world music. 1976's Hejira, recorded with Weather Report bassist Jaco Pastorius, smoothed out the music's more difficult edges while employing minimalist techniques; Mitchell later performed the album's first single, "Coyote," at the Band's Last Waltz concert that Thanksgiving.

Her next effort, 1977's two-record set Don Juan's Reckless Daughter, was another ambitious move, a collection of long, largely improvisational pieces recorded with jazz players Larry Carlton and Wayne Shorter, Chaka Khan, and a battery of Latin percussionists. Shortly after the record's release, Mitchell was contacted by the legendary jazz bassist Charles Mingus, who invited her to work with him on a musical interpretation of T.S. Eliot's Four Quartets. Mingus, who was suffering from Lou Gehrig's disease, sketched out a series of melodies to which Mitchell added lyrics; however, Mingus died on January 5, 1979, before the record was completed. After Mitchell finished their collaboration on her own, she recorded the songs under the title Mingus, which was released the summer after the jazz titan's passing.

Following her second live collection, 1980's Shadows and Light, Mitchell returned to pop territory for 1982's Wild Things Run Fast; the first single, a cover of the Elvis Presley hit "(You're So Square) Baby I Don't Care," became her first chart single in eight years. Shortly after the album's release, she married bassist/sound engineer Larry Klein, who became a frequent collaborator on much of her subsequent material, including 1985's synth-driven Dog Eat Dog, co-produced by Thomas Dolby. Mitchell's move into electronics continued with 1988's Chalk Mark in a Rain Storm, featuring guests Peter Gabriel, Willie Nelson, Tom Petty, and Billy Idol.

Mitchell returned to her roots with 1991's Night Ride Home, a spare, stripped-down collection spotlighting little more than her voice and acoustic guitar. Prior to recording 1994's Turbulent Indigo, she and Klein separated, although he still co-produced the record, which was her most acclaimed work in years. In 1996, she compiled a pair of anthologies, Hits and Misses, which collected her chart successes as well as underappreciated favorites. A new studio album, Taming the Tiger, followed in 1998. Both Sides Now, a collection of standards, followed in early 2000.

Two years later, Mitchell resurfaced with the double-disc release Travelogue. She announced in October 2002 that this would be her last album ever, for she'd grown tired of the industry. She told W magazine that she intended to retire. She also claimed she would never sign another corporate label deal, and in Rolling Stone blasted the recording industry for being "a cesspool." By the time Travelogue appeared a month later, Mitchell had simmered down and her plans to call it quits had been axed. Numerous compilations and remasters appeared between 2002 and 2006, culminating in the release of the independent Shine in 2007. In 2014, Mitchell helped compile her first box set anthology, Love Has Many Faces: A Quartet, A Ballet, Waiting to Be Danced, which featured remastered versions of 53 songs from her back catalog, all dealing with some aspect of love and relationships. ~ Jason Ankeny
full bio

Selected Discography

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Track List: Songs Of A Prairie Girl

1. Urge For Going

2. The Tea Leaf Prophecy (Lay Down Your Arms)

4. Ray's Dad's Cadillac

5. Let The Wind Carry Me

6. Don Juan's Reckless Daughter

7. Raised On Robbery

9. Song For Sharon

10. River

11. Chinese Cafe/Unchained Melody

12. Harlem In Havana

13. Come In From The Cold

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Track List: Dreamland

1. Free Man In Paris

2. In France They Kiss On Main Street

3. Dreamland

4. The Jungle Line

5. Furry Sings The Blues

6. You Turn Me On I'm A Radio

7. Carey

8. Big Yellow Taxi

9. California

10. Help Me

11. Nothing Can Be Done

12. Dancin' Clown

13. Come In From The Cold

17. The Circle Game

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Track List: Travelogue

Disc 1
Disc 2

1. Be Cool (Orchestral Version)

2. Just Like This Train (Orchestral Version)

3. Sex Kills (Orchestral Version)

4. Refuge Of The Roads (Orchestral Version)

5. Hejira (Orchestral Version)

6. Chinese Cafe / Unchained Melody (Orchestral Version)

7. Cherokee Louise (Orchestral Version)

8. The Dawntreader (Orchestral Version)

9. The Last Time I Saw Richard (Orchestral Version)

10. Borderline (Orchestral Version)

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Track List: Both Sides Now

1. You're My Thrill

2. At Last

3. Comes Love

4. You've Changed

5. Answer Me, My Love

6. A Case Of You

7. Don't Go To Strangers

8. Sometimes I'm Happy

9. Don't Worry 'Bout Me

10. Stormy Weather

11. I Wish I Were In Love Again

12. Both Sides, Now (Orchestral Version)

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Track List: Taming The Tiger

1. Harlem In Havana

2. Man From Mars

3. Love Puts On A New Face

4. Lead Balloon

5. No Apologies

6. Taming The Tiger

7. The Crazy Cries Of Love

8. Stay In Touch

9. Face Lift

10. My Best To You

11. Tiger Bones

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Track List: Misses

1. Passion Play (When All The Slaves Are Free)

2. Nothing Can Be Done

3. A Case Of You

4. The Beat Of Black Wings

5. Dog Eat Dog

6. The Wolf That Lives In Lindsey

7. The Magdalene Laundries

8. Impossible Dreamer

9. Sex Kills

10. The Reoccurring Dream

11. Harry's House / Centerpiece

12. The Arrangement

13. For The Roses

14. Hejira

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Track List: Hits

1. Urge For Going

2. Chelsea Morning

3. Big Yellow Taxi

4. Woodstock

5. The Circle Game

6. Carey

7. California

8. You Turn Me On I'm A Radio

9. Raised On Robbery

10. Help Me

11. Free Man In Paris

12. River

13. Chinese Cafe/Unchained Melody

14. Come In From The Cold

15. Both Sides, Now

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Track List: Turbulent Indigo

1. Sunny Sunday

2. Sex Kills

3. How Do You Stop

4. Turbulent Indigo

5. Last Chance Lost

6. The Magdalene Laundries

7. Not To Blame

8. Borderline

9. Yvette In English

10. The Sire Of Sorrow (Job's Sad Song)

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Track List: Hejira

1. Coyote

2. Amelia

3. Furry Sings The Blues

4. A Strange Boy

5. Hejira

6. Song For Sharon

7. Black Crow

8. Blue Motel Room

9. Refuge Of The Roads

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Track List: The Hissing Of Summer Lawns

1. In France They Kiss On Main Street

2. The Jungle Line

3. Edith And The Kingpin

4. Don't Interrupt The Sorrow

5. Shades Of Scarlett Conquering

6. The Hissing Of Summer Lawns

7. The Boho Dance

8. Harry's House-Centerpiece

9. Sweet Bird

10. Shadows And Light

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Track List: Miles Of Aisles

1. You Turn Me On I'm A Radio (Live 1974)

2. Big Yellow Taxi (Live 1974)

3. Rainy Night House (Live 1974)

4. Woodstock (Live 1974)

5. Cactus Tree (Live 1974)

6. Cold Blue Steel And Sweet Fire (Live 1974)

7. Woman Of Heart And Mind (Live 1974)

8. A Case Of You (Live 1974)

9. Blue (Live 1974)

10. Circle Game (Live 1974)

11. Peoples' Parties (Live 1974)

12. All I Want (Live 1974)

13. Real Good For Free (Live 1974)

14. Both Sides, Now (Live 1974)

15. Carey (Live 1974)

16. The Last Time I Saw Richard (Live 1974)

17. Jericho (Live 1974)

18. Love Or Money (Live 1974)

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Track List: Court And Spark

1. Court And Spark

2. Help Me

3. Free Man In Paris

4. People's Parties

5. The Same Situation

6. Car On A Hill

7. Down To You

8. Just Like This Train

9. Raised On Robbery

10. Trouble Child

11. Twisted

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Track List: For The Roses

1. Banquet

2. Cold Blue Steel And Sweet Fire

3. Barangrill

4. Lesson In Survival

5. Let The Wind Carry Me

6. For The Roses

7. See You Sometime

8. Electricity

9. You Turn Me On I'm A Radio

10. Blonde In The Bleachers

11. Woman Of Heart And Mind

12. Judgement Of The Moon And Stars (Ludwig's Tune)

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Track List: Blue

1. All I Want

2. My Old Man

3. Little Green

4. Carey

5. Blue

6. California

7. This Flight Tonight

8. River

9. A Case Of You

10. The Last Time I Saw Richard

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Track List: Ladies Of The Canyon

1. Morning Morgantown

2. For Free

3. Conversation

4. Ladies OF The Canyon

5. Willy

6. The Arrangement

7. Rainy Night House

8. The Priest

9. Blue Boy

10. Big Yellow Taxi

11. Woodstock

12. The Circle Game

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Track List: Clouds

1. Tin Angel

2. Chelsea Morning

3. I Don't Know Where I Stand

4. That Song About The Midway

5. Roses Blue

6. The Gallery

7. I Think I Understand

8. Songs To Aging Children Come

9. The Fiddle And The Drum

10. Both Sides, Now

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Track List: Song To A Seagull

1. I Had A King

2. Michael From Mountains

3. Night In The City

4. Marcie

5. Nathan La Franeer

6. Sisotowbell Lane

7. The Dawntreader

8. The Pirate Of Penance

9. Song To A Seagull

10. Cactus Tree

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Track List: Don Juan's Reckless Daughter

1. Overture-Cotton Avenue

2. Talk To Me

3. Jericho

6. The Tenth World

7. Dreamland

8. Don Juan's Reckless Daughter

9. Off Night Backstreet

10. The Silky Veils Of Ardor

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Track List: Mingus

1. Happy Birthday 1975 (Rap)

2. God Must Be A Boogie Man

3. Funeral (Rap)

4. A Chair In The Sky

5. The Wolf That Lives In Lindsey

6. I's A Muggin' (Rap)

7. Sweet Sucker Dance

8. Coin In The Pocket (Rap)

9. The Dry Cleaner From Des Moines

10. Lucky (Rap)

11. Goodbye Pork Pie Hat

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Track List: The Complete Geffen Recordings (Box Set)

Disc 1

1. Chinese Cafe/Unchained Melody

2. Wild Things Run Fast

3. Ladies Man

4. Moon At The Window

5. Solid Love

6. Be Cool

7. (You're So Square) Baby I Don't Care

8. You Dream Flat Tires

9. Man To Man

10. Underneath The Streetlight

11. Love

Disc 2

1. Good Friends

2. Fiction

3. The Three Great Stimulants

4. Tax Free

5. Smokin' (Empty, Try Another)

6. Dog Eat Dog

7. Shiny Toys

8. Ethiopia

9. Impossible Dreamer

10. Lucky Girl

Disc 3

1. My Secret Place

2. Number One

3. Lakota

4. The Tea Leaf Prophecy (Lay Down Your Arms)

5. Dancin' Clown

6. Cool Water

7. The Beat Of Black Wings

8. Snakes And Ladders

9. The Reoccuring Dream

10. A Bird That Whistles (Arrangement Of The Traditional Work: "Corrina, Corrina")

Disc 4

1. Night Ride Home

2. Passion Play (When All The Slaves Are Free)

3. Cherokee Louise

4. The Windfall (Everything For Nothing)

5. Slouching Towards Bethlehem

6. Come In From The Cold

7. Nothing Can Be Done

8. The Only Joy In Town

9. Ray's Dad's Cadillac

10. Two Grey Rooms

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Sing this song for u
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do not forget both sides then and now
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Very underrated artist... One of Maynard James Keenans inspirations . . .
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Our Greatest Living Singer/ Songwriter ....EVER !! xoxo
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Sitting in a park in Paris, France / Reading in the news and it sure looks bad / They won't give peace a chance / That was just a dream some of us had Kind of eery from Joni Mitchell in California after all that has happened in Paris
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Comes Love is my #1 fave Joni Mitchell song! I played it for some friends, they said who is that, Sarah Vaughn? I said no man, that's Joni Mitchell!
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Joni, I miss you so much, it hurts!
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My fav: Cold Blue Steel and Sweet Fire
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I was born in 1960 and was too young to appreciate Joni's songs at the time. In the 70s I liked her ventures into pop (Help Me, I'm a Radio) but would still have told you that I hated her other work. As I age I am beginning to appreciate all of her music and, lucky me, I am hearing a lot of it for the first time. I've ready many musician biographies & autobiograph i e s and most people call her a genius and I am truly beginning to see that.
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I love your songs !!!!!!!!!!!! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !


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Joni, your voice still rings in my head from when I heard it on the Iranian border where I was camped for the night....the r e were endless stars, passing wild camels, the purity of the desert and then suddenly there was you, my musical friend...... t h e r e are really no words to tell you how much truth resounded through the lyrics and called me to that standard as well. Bless and keep you
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I wish
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What do I say to you?
You have regularly inspired me in all ways.
I, too am a birth mother. Little Green still fills me.
I too am a painter. Inspired by musicians who work with other artists to complete their vision. Would that I had that tribe of people or ability.
I greedily look at the photos that you have posted on your official website. Aging dynamically and gracefully.
Oh Joni. I never have written to people. Ever.
You have & will continue to be an inspiration. A l l my blessings.
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Every day is like, what's my favorite Joni Mitchell song? One day it's Cactus Tree, another day it's A Case of You, another day it's Shades of Scarlett Conquering, another day it's Conversation , yet another day it's River, of course, always River. And on and on and blissfully on... Be well soon, Joni!
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timeless circle
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bible , both sides now see ecclesiastes .
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Remarkable singer-songw r i t e r . A truly gifted artist. One of a kind.
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As a teen, she (and S&G) were my bible. Plus I learned to sing my high notes in my room singing along with her LPs! She is and will always be my inspiration.
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I've been loving u for 30 yrs now��u amazing strength filled beautiful woman. U are everything! Blessings & onward to TOTAL recovery! ~ always my fave video of u performing Woodstock ✨ I cry with all your beauty ~ Kulamanu is my name, translation for my Ohana is Golden bird.... I pass it on to u..U are the true Golden Bird! ~ All my Aloha from Kauai
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luv the guitar !!
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OMG!!!! I did not know!!!!!
I really do hope she gets well soon~~~~~
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Joni Mitchell suffered a brain aneurysm, but "can speak well" and is expected to make a "full recovery."
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Best wishes for a full recovery to Join, a true iconic genius
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great music .
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Amazingly cool~~~
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Get well soon Joni!
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Shout out to Don Juan's Reckless Daughter--an underrated classic that confounded everyone who was expecting an endless stream of folk and/or pop. Didn't sell, but sounds even better in retrospect-- P a p r i k a Plains, Dreamland, especially.
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Today my orchestra conductor said Joni Mitchell is my religion. We all started laughing, but she was serious. And I can see why... :)
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Sending love, light , and prayers your way in hopes that something will reach you the way you have reached all of us.
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I learned my Chops on Joni's Phrasing. Very few professions did -or did not admitt to, because they don't want thier own sound while I, quite proud of being able to not only hit every note;Sprano to Bass, Tenor or Scar.

"Discovered" after plaing a.d my rendition of "Blond in the Blessures"

the stigma of sounding just like her. Usually, they found her sound to be unduplicable . Right ladies? But then there was me. A classically trained Co.tralto

was I swear, the only folk-jazz assing sudden k
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Help Me...I think I'm fallin in love with you.....
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Haven't head "All I want" in years! Damn it gave me the goosies -- love you Joni!!
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May the universe heal you as you have healed millions of us. Your musical influence on others including that of other artists is profound. You have laid the groundwork for a way of musical expression unmatched by anyone. I understand painter first, musician second but how are we are we to believe your music is not your first love? May you find your way back soon it's too soon to skate away and besides it's not even Christmas. Love you, feel better friend! You know who I am. xo
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Court and Spark is rock and roll best masterpiece, and Joni is a rare jewel in rocksat times to much of the same artistry. I send Mrs. Mitchell all healing vibes that the universe has to offer. Be well, stay strong, and rock on our lady of the valley.
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I wish I had a river that I could skate away on.....my favorite.
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15 @liltunechi Radio #pandora @elliegouldi n g I'm about out the door. :/ this time your biggest mistake. I got enough to go on. I'm neither, I am human half/ half alien. So you get busy or I'm outta here. :) love B @kendalljenn e r I want you to see this.
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This is wild
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Yes!! Finally! I've been wanting to hear this song for a long time! The Blonde in the bleachers, is one of my favorites from Joni,!!
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Pretty certain that You're So Square is a Buddy Holly song, not Elvis.
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Keep playing her songs! That's all I gotta say!!
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One of my very favorite songs by Joni!! This song reaches into my soul,& I totally understood her poetry within her songs~ even at age 15!!
I've spent my life letting Joni heal my heart!!
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I am still moved by her voice and music
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It's life's illusions I recall. I really don't know life at all.
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why is this playing on my folk rock station?
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I hate her so much
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Love this so much !!!!!!
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I love this song sooooooo much!!!!!!!!
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