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The Guide to Getting Into Joni Mitchell, the Blueprint for Human Experience
Mitchell, in all her incarnations, remains a chief cartographer of American music and the female experience. Regardless of who you are, her map is made for you.
Joni Mitchell Is Pretty Much Peerless
We speak to Barney Hoskyns, the legendary British music critic and editor of a new collection of writing on Mitchell, 'Joni: The Anthology.'
Lorde Says Her New Album Tells The Story of One House Party and Has Similarities with Joni Mitchell's 'Blue'
And everything else there is to know about 'Melodrama,' due June 16.
It's a Man's World: Why Popular Culture Left Joni Mitchell Behind
On International Women's Day, we remember one of the most influential, and widely underrated, singer-songwriters of our time.
Robert Glasper Will Make You Listen to More Jazz
We sat down with Glasper at the legendary Blue Note to talk about recording with Kendrick Lamar and J Dilla, as well as about making his new album 'Covered.'
Both Sides, Now and Then: What Joni Mitchell's Songs Can Teach Us About the Art of Aging
Embracing change isn’t easy to do as you age, but Joni Mitchell's performances of the song "Both Sides, Now" over time offer a useful guide.
The Score: Mapping the Music, Style, and Mandate of “Practical Magic”
Its motto: Be who you are.
Anne T. Donahue
New Country for a Young Man: Avi Buffalo Grows up and Branches Out
The precocious indie rock phenom is back with more of a country sound on his new album, 'At Best Cuckold.'