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43 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Joni Mitchell. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Joni Mitchell, often where they are interviewed.

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43 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Joni Mitchell. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Joni Mitchell, often where they are interviewed.

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Lost Joni Mitchell Tapes Discovered & From TP to Guitars

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  • Barry Bowman, a former DJ at CFQC Saskatoon, had recently discovered a reel-to-reel tape of what could be Joni Mitchell's first recordings...recorded by Barry in 1963.  

  • RUOK with an Instagrammer jumping into ponds to grab snakes?
  • Plus, what has the pandemic made you shop for?  Believe it or not, guitars and cars.

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Sep 17 2020 · 40mins
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Episode Four: Joni Mitchell - Taming The Tiger

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In Episode Four the gang digs into Joni Mitchell’s 16th studio album, 1998’s 'Taming the Tiger,' a beautiful record that’s not quite like any other in her catalog. Around this time, Mitchell was experimenting with a new guitar that allowed her to control synthesizers with the instrument, complimenting her idiosyncratic playing with washes of electronic ambience. It’s like the sprawling sound of her 1976 classic ‘Hejira,’ updated for a decade of strip malls and ‘Pure Moods’: slick but soulful, meditative but modern, infused throughout with the melodic inventions and poetic observations that make her one of the greatest songwriters of all time. 


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Sep 03 2020 · 1hr 17mins
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310. Kate Miller-Heidke on Joni Mitchell 'Hejira' (1976)

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Jul 02 2020 · 23mins
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Joni Mitchell's Blue with June Diane Raphael

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Actress, writer and author June Diane Raphael sits down with Deborah and Joel to talk about Joni Mitchell's iconic 1971 album Blue. June talks about discovering the album in high school through a big crush, her feminist awakening through music, being a full grown woman at the age of 11, learning about sex, a very special recording in a Fisher Price recording as a kid and so much more! Plus Deborah and Joel's particular songs I Will by The Beatles and Take Me With U by Prince. Subscribe, Listen, Enjoy Rate and Review! *Fun side note! We recorded all of these episodes before the pandemic, so please trust that we are quarantined at home, living vicariously through our past selves. Hope everyone is staying safe and healthy at home as well!*

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May 26 2020 · 1hr 8mins
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Joni Mitchell - 'Blue'

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May 22 2020 · 33mins
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304. Maya Hawke on Joni Mitchell 'Blue' (1971)

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This week singer/songwriter and actress (Stranger Things, Little Women) Maya Hawke joins me via landline (!) from Woodstock to talk about the enduring classic of unfettered emotion, Joni Mitchell's towering Blue. We dig into Maya's love of poetry and how it intersects with her music, treating the lyrics of Joni's songs as a puzzle, separating art from the artist, how music helped with her dyslexia, the process of writing her own album and how Blue has helped her to find space, privacy and independence during Covid-19 lockdowns.

May 20 2020 · 45mins
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#5: JONI MITCHELL

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This is the podcast "doomed to fail"... How can we possibly do Joni and her music any justice? All we can do is try our best!
Apr 30 2020 · 22mins
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230 Joni Mitchell - Blue

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Joni Mitchell provides us with an amazing introspective album. The album employs sparse musical arrangements leaning heavily towards the folk genre, with Mitchell playing acoustic guitar, piano, or dulcimer as the primary instrument to accompany her vocals. Lyrically, each of the songs on Blue hone in on a specific feeling, situation or, in many cases, a specific person.

Beyond its many subsequent accolades, Blue was also a commercial success in its time, reaching #15 in the US and #3 in the UK. With the album’s success, Mitchell decided to return to live touring and continued on to develop some of the most interesting music of her career.

Apr 16 2020 · 2hr 22mins
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Joni Mitchell's Court & Spark! "Bookends"

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For the first time, we touch the hem of the goddess of wisdom, Joni Mitchell! So come and deep dive into the 6th album of the perfect chain smoking Canadian Diva of our hearts. This is our first full quarantinisode and we get real into our feelings, kitty cats and kitty cubs. So Help Us, we're falling in love with "Court & Spark" all over again, it is Down to You to learn about this album's origins, and hear us read lots of lyrics to you. Come and worship the Painter who sings!

Apr 07 2020 · 1hr 25mins
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136 - Tony Rice's 6 Guitar Influences (Joni Mitchell, Clarence White)

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Tony Rice is one of the most important bluegrass guitarists in history. Why? On today's episode of Acoustic Tuesday, I'm answering that question in the best way I know how: by playing the 6 degrees of Tony Rice.

The thing is, the best way to understand Tony Rice's impact is to look at his influences, to see how much he borrowed and blended to create some unforgettable music.

Now, I'd feature Tony Rice's covers on this episode of Acoustic Tuesday, but copyright laws be darned, I can't. So, instead, I'll feature other covers of the songs that Tony Rice covered!

If you want links to the actual Tony Rice covers, be sure to head to www.acousticlife.tv/at136

To kick things off, let's talk about the 6 most influential guitar players in Tony Rice's music.

6) Clarence WhiteFrom his flatpicking to owning his actual guitar, Tony Rice was heavily influenced by Clarence White. Tony Rice went as far as owning the exact Martin D-28 that Clarence White owned. Now, for those of you who don't know Clarence White was a member of The Kentucky Colonels, The Byrds, and many more bands. As you listen to Clarence White, you can absolutely hear how the rolling flatpicking sounds influenced Tony Rice.

5) Tom PaxtonFor those of you who don't know, Tom Paxton is an incredible songwriter. Paxton led the charge on the folk revival. Born in Chicago, he relocated to New York City and frequented the Gaslight Cafe. Tony Rice pays homage to Tom Paxton by covering "The Last Thing on My Mind," on Church Street Blues. If you listen to the acoustic tone and song selection, Tom Paxton was a huge influence on Tony Rice.

4) Jim CroceIn 1994, Tony Rice covered Jim Croce's "Age" on the Bluegrass Band Vol. 4 album. Now, besides this album featuring some of the best musicians out there, Jim Croce's influence on Tony Rice is apparent. And, while I can't feature the Croce original or Rice's cover, I can show you Seth Avett's cover of "Operator," so be sure to listen to it today!

3) Ian TysonIan Tyson is a huge influence on Tony Rice. In fact, Tony Rice covered his song "Summer Wages" not once but twice. The time Tony Rice covered it was on Native American and the second time was on J.D. Crowe and the New South's self-titled album. If you haven't heard that album, you need to hear it!

2) Joni MitchellIn Tony Rices 1992 album Native American, he covered Joni Mitchell's gentle seasonal ballad "Urge for Going." Now, if you haven't heard the original, I highly recommend it. The lyrics are great, the phrasing is fantastic, and I love Joni's voice. All of this is to say that Tony Rice definitely tried to borrow from Joni Mitchell's lyricism. To help illustrate it and show the profound impact that Joni Mitchell had on the scene and how it further influenced Tony Rice, I've featured a clip of Dave Van Ronk covering "Urge for Going."

1) Gordon LightfootThe first degree of influence, of course, is Gordon Lightfoot. Lightfoot's influence on Tony Rice can be seen in his songwriting, flatpicking, and overall style and tone. See, Lightfoot led the charge on the folk revival in Canada. As such, Tony Rice actually dedicated an entire album to Gordon Lightfoot.

Mar 31 2020 · 1hr 1min
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