Joni Mitchell–Videos

Posted on October 27, 2009. Filed under: Art, Communications, Life, Music, Songs, Videos | Tags: , , , , , , |



“This is a nation that has lost the ability to be self-critical, and that makes a lie out of the freedoms. “

“I think I’m a habitual documenter, visually and song-ically. I think the chords I choose are a document of where I’m at at any given time, that they depict.. if not the state I’m in at the time that I create it.. at least the companion for the story.”

Joni Mitchell-Favorite Color

Joni Mitchell-Me and My Uncle (1965)

Joni Mitchell-Born to Take the Highway (1965)

Joni Mitchell-Urge for Going

joni mitchell – the circle game 1966 live

Joni Mitchell: “The Way It Is” CBC-TV

JONI MITCHELL – Chelsea Morning (1969)

big yellow taxi – joni mitchell in concert 1970

Joni Mitchell – Both Sides Now (Live, 1970)

Joni Mitchell-The Fiddle and the Drum

Joni Mitchell-California (BBC)

Joni Mitchell-Help Me

Joni Mitchell – Carey

Joni Mitchell ~ River Live

Joni Mitchell-My Old Man (BBC)

Joni Mitchell – Free Man in Paris

Joni Mitchell – Goodbye Pork Pie Hat

Joni Mitchell – Shadows and Light

Joni Mitchell – Street Light

Joni Mitchell – Raised on Robbery

Joni Mitchell-Trouble Man

Joni Mitchell – Furry Sings the Blues

Joni Mitchell – Why Do Fools Fall in Love

Joni Mitchell – Black Crow

Joni Mitchell – Amelia

“Coyote” Joni Mitchell

Joni Mitchell live at Red Rocks 1983 a case of you

Joni Mitchell case of you live wembley arena 84/08/24

Joni Mitchell : Just Like This Train

“The more decadent a culture gets, the more they have a need for what they don’t have at all, which is innocence, so you end up with kiddie porn and a perverse obsession with youth.”


Background Articles and Videos

Joni Mitchell

“…Joni Mitchell, CC (born Roberta Joan Anderson on November 7, 1943) is a Canadian musician, songwriter, and painter.[1]

Mitchell began singing in small nightclubs in her native Western Canada and then busking on the streets of Toronto. In the mid-1960s she left for New York City and its rich folk music scene, recording her debut album in 1968 and achieving fame first as a songwriter (“Urge for Going”, “Chelsea Morning”, “Both Sides Now”, “Woodstock”) and then as a singer in her own right.[2] Finally settling in Southern California, Mitchell played a key part in the folk rock movement then sweeping the musical landscape. Blue, her starkly personal 1971 album, is regarded as one of the strongest and most influential records of the time.[3] Mitchell also had pop hits such as “Big Yellow Taxi”, “Free Man in Paris”, and “Help Me”, the last two from 1974’s best-selling Court and Spark.[4]

Mitchell’s soprano vocals, distinctive harmonic guitar style, and piano arrangements all grew more complex through the 1970s as she was deeply influenced by jazz, melding it with pop, folk and rock on experimental albums like 1976’s Hejira. She worked closely with jazz greats including Wayne Shorter, Jaco Pastorius, Herbie Hancock, and on a 1979 record released after his death, Charles Mingus.[5] From the 1980s on, Mitchell reduced her recording and touring schedule but turned again toward pop, making greater use of synthesizers and direct political protest in her lyrics, which often tackled social and environmental themes alongside romantic and emotional ones.

Mitchell’s work is highly respected both by critics and fellow musicians. Rolling Stone magazine called her “one of the greatest songwriters ever,”[6] while Allmusic said, “When the dust settles, Joni Mitchell may stand as the most important and influential female recording artist of the late 20th century.”[7] By the end of the century, Mitchell had a profound influence on artists in genres ranging from R&B to alternative rock to jazz.[8] Mitchell is also a visual artist. She made the artwork for each of her albums, and in 2000 described herself as a “painter derailed by circumstance.”[9] A blunt critic of the music industry, Mitchell had stopped recording over the last several years, focusing more attention on painting, but in 2007 she released Shine, her first album of new songs in nine years. …”

Joni Mitchell interview part 1

Joni Mitchell interview part 2

Charlie Rose – Greenroom with Joni Mithcell

Joni Mitchell-Interview

Joni Mitchell “Shine” EPK

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