180 Gram Vinyl Record
|No. of Discs:||3|
Joni Mitchell's 1969 debut at Carnegie Hall now a 180-gram 3LP set!
Mastered by Bernie Grundman, includes essay by Graham Nash
Limited edition of 15,000 copies!
As part of the 50th anniversary of Blue celebrations, Rhino presents Joni's debut performance at New York's Carnegie Hall Feb. 1, 1969, recorded by Reprise and mastered by Bernie Grundman. The album is a vinyl breakout from the Joni Mitchell Archives Vol. 2 collection exploring the period leading up to the release of Blue in 1971. This Carnegie Hall debut was a few months before the release of her second album Clouds which would win Mitchell the first of nine Grammy Awards.
|1. Chelsea Morning|
|2. A Valentine For Joni|
|3. Cactus Tree|
|4. Night In The City|
|5. I Had A King|
|1. Blue Boy|
|2. My American Skirt|
|3. The Fiddle And The Drum|
|4. Spoony's Wonderful Adventure|
|5. That Song About The Midway|
|6. Both Sides Now|
|2. Nathan La Franeer|
|3. Intro To The Gallery|
|4. The Gallery|
|6. Morning Morgantown|
|1. Intro To Get Together|
|2. Get Together|
|3. Intro To The Circle Game/Little Green|
|4. Medley: The Circle Game/Little Green|
|1. Michael From Mountains|
|2. Intro To Urge For Going|
|3. Urge For Going|
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