Sounds like: Angel Olsen, Laura Marling, Joni Mitchell Song: Nia Wyn - Help Me What's so good? Hailing from a small town in North Wales, Nia Wyn is an emerging talent sure to make her mark on 2017. Combining her love of blues and soul...Show More Summary
Woman Of Heart And Mind – Spotify 1 Sometime, hopefully not soon, Joni Mitchell will die, what will reaction be? 2 I think I first heard of Joni Mitchell when Judy Collins had her monster hit with “Both Sides Now.” The irony was the hook was the instrumentation and the changes, the lyrics were secondary, […] The post Woman Of Heart And Mind appeared first on Lefsetz Letter.
The following post was originally featured on Fit Bottomed Girls and written by Karen, who is part of POPSUGAR Select Fitness. Joni Mitchell pegged it when she wrote, "you don't know what you got 'til it's gone." Take for example the...Show More Summary
YouTube A beautiful singer at her best, from a beautiful moment in time.
On her timeless holiday classic "River," Joni Mitchell sings "It's coming on Christmas / They're cutting down trees / Fleecing Manhattanites for more than my Crown Heights rent." Yes, it's only December 5th and the tinsel-decked holiday materialist gyre has already reached its peak velocity. Show More Summary
Joni Mitchell lamented how they paved paradise to put up a parking lot in 1970. But in 2035, we might be tearing up those lots to build parks and playgrounds.
Remember Joni Mitchell’s “Big Yellow Taxi?” Don’t it always seem to go/that you don’t know what you’ve got till it’s gone…. That, no doubt, is how many left-leaning Democrats are going to remember Mary Jo White, who announced MondayShow More Summary
Whether the rush of harmonies in “Wouldn’t It Be Nice,” the thrilling beat of Little Richard’s “Keep a Knockin’” or the delicate lyricism of Joni Mitchell’s “California,” music’s ability to carry us into the sublime often suggests that its creation is somehow divinely inspired. But as the new...
Folk music hero Oscar Brand was 96 years old when he recorded the final episode of Folk Song Festival for public radio station WNYC for airing on Saturday, Sept. 24. Brand died of pneumonia two weeks later, content in the knowledge that he’d done what he loved right up to the end. Show More Summary
I woke up Thursday morning to the joyful sound of honking geese wafting through my window. Their “conversation” was filled with impatient exuberance and, as Joni Mitchell once wrote, “the urge for going.” A lone raven that often perches atop one of the spruce trees beside my house barked a string of surly caws to send them on their way....
I made a silly drawing of Dave Hickey & Joni Mitchell smoking 20 ft. from a doorway.
Sounds like: Stevie Nicks, Christine McVie, Joni Mitchell Song: COTE - Green Light What's so good? "Green Light" is the stunning follow up to New York songstress COTE's debut release "London." Sounding very much like a Fleetwood Mac...Show More Summary
Anna Byrne begins our new weekly column by looking at Joni Mitchell's seminal Blue
Here's what we're reading today. • On Tuesday, CBC aired a poignant interview with Joni Mitchell. The singer spoke about fame, her life as a painter, and giving her daughter up for adoption. [CBC] • Controversial feminist Camille Paglia writes an ode to Joan Rivers, who recently turned eighty. Show More Summary
I'm living the same thing... everything we'll be ok soon. 01. Joni Mitchell - All I Want 02. Jessica Pratt - Night Faces 03. Sufjan Stevens - Futile Devices 04. PJ Harvey and Thom York - This Mess We're In 05. The Cleaners From Venus - Only A Shadow 06. Show More Summary
Requested by cecilia • Compiled by yourefrozen I’m living the same thing… everything we’ll be ok soon. 01. Joni Mitchell - All I Want 02. Jessica Pratt - Night Faces 03. Sufjan Stevens - Futile Devices 04. PJ Harvey and Thom York - This Mess We’re In 05. Show More Summary
Legendary musician attended a concert in Los Angeles over the weekend.
Joni Mitchell was hospitalized last year after reportedly suffering a brain aneurysm. We’ve had only a few updates on her condition since then — many of them contradictory — but last we heard, she was walking, talking, and seemingly making good progress in her recovery. Last night, she made her first public appearance since the […]
Now and Then explores the stories behind Toronto’s historical plaques and monuments. As Canada prepares to say goodbye to the beloved Tragically Hip with their nationally televised Kingston show on August 20, it’s an interesting time to reflect on Canada’s homegrown talent and famous jam spots. Show More Summary