Don Juan's Reckless Daughter - Joni Mitchell Reviews
Description:Released: 4 July 2005 / Label: Rhino
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Don Juan's Reckless Daughter is a 1977 double-album by the Canadian singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell. This is a rather strange album that simultaneously emerges as a mish-mash of all that has gone (only in less inspired fashion) in addition to some experimentation and use of "world music" sounds. You are tipped off to the fact that this is going to be rather eccentric by the strange and not terribly inspiring cover art which features Joni Mitchell posing as a man or something. While some of the album is perfectly fine it did stretch my patience more than once and there isn't too much I would return to with any haste. There is a song here called Paprika Plains ... Read the complete review
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