|I Came To The City|
|A1||I Had A King||2:26|
|A2||Michael From Mountains||3:38|
|A3||Night In The City||3:35|
|A5||Nathan La Franeer||3:13|
|Out Of The City And Down To The Seaside|
|B3||The Pirate Of Penance||2:40|
|B4||Song To A Seagull||3:50|
|RS 6293, 6293||Joni Mitchell||Song To A Seagull (LP, Album, Pit)||Reprise Records, Reprise Records||RS 6293, 6293||US||1968|
|REP 44 051||Joni Mitchell||Joni Mitchell (LP, Album, RE, Gat)||Reprise Records||REP 44 051||Europe||Unknown|
|RSLP 6293||Joni Mitchell||Joni Mitchell (LP, Album, RP)||Reprise Records||RSLP 6293||UK||Unknown|
|RS 6293||Joni Mitchell||Song To A Seagull (LP, Album, RP)||Reprise Records||RS 6293||Canada||Unknown|
|CD 6293||Joni Mitchell||Song To A Seagull (HDCD, Album, RE, RM)||Reprise Records||CD 6293||Canada||Unknown|
Blue is the fourth studio album by Canadian singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell. Exploring the various facets of relationships from infatuation on "A Case of You" to insecurity on "This Flight Tonight", the songs feature simple accompaniments on piano, guitar and Appalachian dulcimer. The album peaked at number 3 on the UK Albums Chart, number 9 on the Canadian RPM Albums Chart and number 15 on the Blllboard 200.
A singer, composer and lyricist of exceptional talent and unmatched influence, Joni Mitchell has crafted an extraordinary body of work spanning more than 50 years and is widely regarded as one of the brightest musical lights of recent generations. Her music has become a standard to which others are compared and which many aspire to copy, but its inventiveness and ineffable spirit make it decidedly her own. Explore the musical magnificence of Joni Mitchell.
Joni Mitchell, who had said that she was retiring from music several years previously, signed a two-album contract with Starbucks' Hear Music that began with the release of Shine. The 10-track CD "feels like the return of Joni the storyteller," said Ken Lombard, the president of Starbucks Entertainment who also oversees Hear Music. In the United States, the album sold about 40,000 copies in its first week, debuting at number 14 on the Billboard 200 chart; this was Mitchell's best peak position in America since 1976's Hejira. In a recent interview, Mitchell referred to a "second guitar song they decided to whittle down this mountain behind my sanctuary and sell it to California as gravel for McMansions. If I Had a Heart" – 4:04.
Singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell, responsible for hits such as 'Both Sides Now' and 'Big Yellow Taxi,' is widely considered 1960s and '70s folk royalty. Who Is Joni Mitchell? Joni Mitchell was born on November 7, 1943, in Fort Macleod, Canada. In 1968, she recorded her first, self-titled album. Other highly successful albums followed. Mitchell won her first Grammy Award (best folk performance) for her 1969 album, Clouds. She has won seven more Grammy Awards since then, in several different categories, including traditional pop, pop music and lifetime achievement
Joni Mitchell, 36, has been living in exile from a mainstream audience for the last three years. Her last resoundingly successful album of new material was Court and Spark, a landmark in poetic songwriting, performing and in the growth of an artist we had all watched mature. From folk ballads, through Woodstock-era anthems to jazz-inflected experimentation, Joni Mitchell had influenced a generation of musicians. Then, in 1975, she released The Hissing of Summer Lawns, her ambitious followup to ‘Court and Spark.
Joni Mitchell once called fame "a glamorous misunderstanding. As America's finest living Canadian songwriter (tied with Neil Young), few musicians have understood its nature so well. In the 1960s and 70s, Mitchell was Mary Magdalene to Dylan's folk-rock messiah, making music that was bittersweet and relatable, carrying what Dylan begat even further. Her voice is newly elastic and expressive, and it's the first record where she sounds like she might actually be fun to hang out with. Ladies also features her generation-defining "Woodstock", "The Circle Game" (Mitchell's answer back to Neil Young's nostalgic "Sugar Mountain"), and her blustery gentrification sing-along, "Big Yellow Taxi".