With the ‘Clouds’ album, Joni Mitchell found her sweet spots: the joins between love and freedom, hope and despair, and much, much more.
An album that explores joy and hope alongside sadness, ‘Ladies Of The Canyon’ took steps towards Joni Mitchell’s later experimentation.
Far from a regular ‘folk’ album, Joni Mitchell’s debut, ‘Song To A Seagull’, explored her voracious exploratory impulse.
With her ‘Both Sides Now’ album of 2000, Joni Mitchell looked to songbooks of the past in order to demonstrate her interpretative prowess.
Putting the idea of Joni Mitchell as a sensitive folk singer to bed, ‘Court And Spark’ was a jazz-infused triumph that changed her career.
With the double-album ‘Don Juan’s Reckless Daughter’, Joni Mitchell embraced jazz to fascinating and exploratory effect.
Painting pictures in sound, the best Joni Mitchell songs see the artist making bold decisions – and even bolder statements.
Unflinchingly honest and raw, ‘Blue’ established Joni Mitchell’s genius and set the template for generations of singer-songwriters to come.
Setting the bar for all who followed, Joni Mitchell turned the notion of songwriting inside out, embodying everything an artist should be.
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