Ladies Of The Canyon - Joni Mitchell Reviews
Description:Genre: Rock - Folk Rock / Artist: Joni Mitchell / Audio CD released 1988-03-14 at Warner / Disc #1 Tracklisting 1 Mo ... more
Ladies Of The Canyon - Joni Mitchell ... Morning Morgantown
2 For Free
4 Ladies Of The Canyon
7 Rainy Night House
9 Blue Boy
10 Big Yellow Taxi
12 Circle Game
Newest Review: ... It's not like she has Liberace hammering away in the background in a big silver cape. It's not my favourite song here but it ... more
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Customer Ladies Of The Canyon - Joni Mitchell Reviews (3)
by - written on 06/02/12, updated on 06/02/12 (Very useful, 92 readings)
Ladies of the Canyon is the third album by Joni Mitchell and was released in 1970. This is much in the vein of Clouds and Blue and contains several songs that are prettier than snow crystals sparkling in the sun. I haven't listened to any later Joni Mitchell albums so I don't know if she ever branched out and experimented with her music or if I would like that change or not but I do love the flower strewn minimalist floaty cloud hippy aura on her first batch of records. You feel like feeding a bunny rabbit on Bruce Dern's spaceship. I did find though that there was a gloomy piano triumvirate in the middle of this album that was maybe one song too many for me. Half-way ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/12/08 (Very useful, 86 readings)
I enjoy listening to most types of music from bubble pop to Goth rock to classical but I especially enjoy folk. I first heard Joni Mitchell when her music was featured in a television drama. The particular music used was quite solemn and emotional and against the backdrop of a dramatic acting scene seemed quite stunning and could even have been the backbone of the scene. I had heard of Mitchell before but never heard anything beyond her well known hit 'Big Yellow Taxi', which I had never really loved that much. I googled the television show to find out what music had been used in the show, discovered the song was on this album, 'Ladies of the Canyon' (1970), ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/05/06 (Very useful, 94 readings)
In her nearly four decades as a musician and lyricist, Joni Mitchell has spanned the fields of folk, pop, rock, and jazz with 23 albums. Her willingness to change direction without warning has frequently left fans upset, but its exactly that free spirit has kept her fresh and allowed her to endure a long and interesting career. Originally from Canada, Joni Mitchell moved to New York City in 1967, and took up residence in the arty Chelsea district. She met Elliot Roberts in the fall and he began to manage her career, helping to open up the circuit for her in New York City. Later while performing at a club in Florida, Joni met ex-Byrds member David Crosby, who was quite ... Read the complete review
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