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01 September 2022

Hear New Remaster Of Joni Mitchell’s ‘Woodstock’

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Joni Mitchell has shared another remastered track from the forthcoming box set, The Asylum Albums (1972-1975). The 2022 version of Woodstock (Live) – from her 1974 double live album Miles Of Aisles – is available today on digital download and streaming services.

The Asylum Albums (1972-1975) will be released on 23 September as either a 4CD or 5LP 180-gram vinyl set. Each version is limited to 20,000 copies. The set will also be available digitally. It features remastered versions of For The Roses, Court And Spark, The Hissing Of Summer Lawns, and the double live album, Miles Of Aisles.


Fans who pre-order the CD or LP version of The Asylum Albums (1972-1975) from will also receive an exclusive, limited edition 7” x 10” of the painting on the cover of the box.

The cover art for The Asylum Albums (1972-1975) features a previously unseen painting by Mitchell. The set also includes an essay by friend and fellow Canadian Neil Young. He writes: “Joni’s music is so deep and transporting. She comes right from the source. There is no mistaking it… For The Roses, Court And Spark, Miles Of Aisles, and The Hissing Of Summer Lawns… are all classics in my book. I listened to every album as it came out. The musicians she played with were always above my abilities. She had grown from folk to jazz and in between, creating a unique kind of sound that I loved to listen to over and over.”

The new collection heralds the upcoming release of Joni Mitchell Archives Vol 3, which will arrive next year. It will be the third instalment in the comprehensive archival series exploring different eras of Mitchell’s celebrated career through unreleased studio and live recordings. Vol. 3 will focus on the timeframe when she recorded the albums included in The Asylum Years (1972-1975).


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