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Joni Mitchell ‘The Asylum Albums (1976-1980)’ Box Coming

The 2024 collection showcases the acclaimed singer-songwriter at her most daring across Hejira (1976), Don Juan’s Reckless Daughter (1977), Mingus (1979), and the live album Shadows and Light (1980)

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Joni Mitchell’s ‘Archives, Volume 3’ Covers a Fruitful Era: Review

Throughout these live and studio performances, you’ll have trouble deciding which is more impressive: Mitchell’s music or vocals.

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Joni Mitchell Releases ‘Archives Vol 3: The Asylum Years (1972-1975)’ Box

The collection spans the remarkably fertile creative period in which the singer-songwriter earned significant critical and commercial acclaim

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Joni Mitchell Releases ‘Asylum Albums (1972-1975)’ Box Set

This next installment in her Archives series covers her initial output for her new recording home following her departure from Reprise

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Joni Mitchell’s ‘Archives Vol. 2’ Review: Artistic Growth at a Rapid Pace

This 122-track set showcases one of Mitchell’s most creative periods, including early versions of such classics as “Both Sides Now” and “The Circle Game.”

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Joni Mitchell Continues to Share Her Archives—Listen to Duet with James Taylor

The singer-songwriter opens her vault again with the release of ‘Archives Vol. 2: The Reprise Years (1968-1971).’ A duet with James Taylor is a highlight.

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Joni Mitchell’s ‘Archives’ Collected in a New Boxed Set: Review

Like Dylan before her, Mitchell transitioned almost overnight fromimpressive but derivative covers artist to an original singer/songwriter

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