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This IS where Joni Mitchell begins, with the most beautiful voice of all her albums and her dreamy lyricism.
I've been listening to this album / CD for 40+ years after first discovering it in either one of my older sibling's respective record collections.
The lyrics, in all of their fanciful, Byzantine Tolkienisms, can be taken or left - I, for one, embrace them!
I don't think Ms. Mitchell is aware of the profound effect she had on millions of listeners. I remember being in a Grade 12 English class discussing the lyrics of I Had a King. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Susan Bock
To think & feel & appreciate various styles of wonderful songs & music- u will have to greatly appreciate this- one of the absolute greats of recording history.- 1968 lpPublished 1 month ago by One KING
The debut of a Joni is beautiful and enchanting. Her voice is so soothing. I love to listen to this album in the morning on my commute to work. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jhanio H. De Leon
As I have said before, I'm partial to Joni Mitchell's earlier albums up to and including For The Roses. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Reuben E. Marks Jr.g
Listened to this when I was younger and it still relaxes me.Published 2 months ago by Kevin Charlton
This was my most favorite album of Joni Michell's way way back in her early year's.Wanted to get it in a CD since of
course I no longer play albums. Read more
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Where is the title hiding? I've looked and can't find it?
Jul 3, 2007 by Marina Montell | See all 3 posts