18 August 2022
“When you’ve released a generation-defining masterpiece, as JONI MITCHELL did with BLUE,
what exactly do you do for an encore? In Mitchell’s case, embark upon an extraordinary run
of albums – FOR THE ROSES, COURT AND SPARK and THE HISSING OF SUMMER LAWNS –
which pulled her far away from her folk roots and expanded her confessional writing into something tougher and more expansive. In the latest issue of Uncut magazine talks to friends and collaborators to discover fresh insights into these canonical records and the powerful and complex creative processes of their creator. “They’re all classics in my book,” says Neil Young.
Also features about Suede, Bonny Light Horseman,
Small Faces, Khruangbin, Deniece Williams, and more.
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JONI MITCHELL: Bio – Discography