“Ladies Of The Canyon” by Joni Mitchell - album review

TJR says

Third LP from the 26-year-old singer-songwriter, a lady of Laurel Canyon, a hub of counterculture in L.A. which was home to Frank Zappa, Jim Morrison, The Byrds and Buffalo Springfield to name just a few. She's very easy on the ear, poetic, literate and melodic. It's an all-acoustic affair and includes the classy “Conversation” as well as the sublime “Big Yellow Taxi”.

The Jukebox Rebel
01-Sep-2007

A1 [03:12] 6.0.png Joni Mitchell - Morning Morgantown (Joni Mitchell) Folk
A2 [04:31] 5.4.png Joni Mitchell - For Free (Joni Mitchell) Songwriter
A3 [04:21] 7.4.png Joni Mitchell - Conversation (Joni Mitchell) Songwriter
A4 [03:32] 5.6.png Joni Mitchell - Ladies Of The Canyon (Joni Mitchell) Songwriter
A5 [03:00] 5.3.png Joni Mitchell - Willy (Joni Mitchell) Songwriter
A6 [03:32] 5.2.png Joni Mitchell - The Arrangement (Joni Mitchell) Songwriter
B1 [03:22] 5.4.png Joni Mitchell - Rainy Night House (Joni Mitchell) Songwriter
B2 [03:39] 6.5.png Joni Mitchell - The Priest (Joni Mitchell) Folk
B3 [02:53] 5.3.png Joni Mitchell - Blue Boy (Joni Mitchell) Songwriter
B4 [02:16] 10.0.png Joni Mitchell - Big Yellow Taxi (Joni Mitchell) Folk Rock / Americana
B5 [05:25] 6.4.png Joni Mitchell - Woodstock (Joni Mitchell) Songwriter
B6 [04:50] 6.7.png Joni Mitchell - The Circle Game (Joni Mitchell) Folk




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