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Joni Mitchell : the complete poems and lyrics

Author: Joni Mitchell
Publisher: New York : Crown Publishers, ©1997.
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"In the generation of singer-songwriters who came to fame in the '60s, none has had more impact - or created a more evocative, bittersweet, literate, and reflective body of work - than Joni Mitchell. Today's music owes much to her innovation and inspiration. This complete collection of her poetry and song lyrics reads like a poem cycle that finds unexpected meaning and beauty on the page." "Mitchell expands her  Read more...
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Mitchell, Joni.
Joni Mitchell.
New York : Crown Publishers, c1997
(OCoLC)605504636
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joni Mitchell
ISBN: 0609600087 9780609600085
OCLC Number: 37426363
Description: 321 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Urge for going --
Joni Mitchell. I had a king ; Michael from the mountains ; Night in the city ; Marcie ; Nathan La Franeer ; Sistowbell Lane ; The Dawntreader ; The pirate of Penance ; Song to a seagull ; Cactus tree --
Clouds. Tin Angel ; Chelsea morning ; I don't know where I stand ; That song about the midway ; Roses blue ; The gallery ; I think I understand ; Songs to aging children come ; The fiddle and the drum ; Both sides, now --
Ladies of the canyon. Morning Morgantown ; For free ; Conversations ; Ladies of the canyon ; Willy ; The arrangement ; Rainy night house ; The priest ; Blue boy ; Big yellow taxi ; Woodstock ; The circle game --
Blue. All I want ; My old man ; Little green ; Carey ; Blue ; California ; This flight tonight ; River ; A case of you ; The last time I saw Richard --
For the roses. Banquet ; Cold blue steel and sweet fire ; Barangrill ; Lesson in survival ; Let the wind carry me ; For the roses ; See you sometime ; Electricity ; You turn me on I'm a radio ; Blonde in the bleachers ; Woman of heart and mind ; Judgement [sic] of the moon and stars (Ludwig's tune) --
Court and spark. Court and spark ; Help me ; Free man in Paris ; People's parties ; The same situation ; Car on a hill ; Down to you ; Just like this train ; Raised on robbery ; Trouble child ; Love or money --
The hissing of summer lawns. In France they kiss on Main Street ; The jungle line ; Edith and the kingpin ; Don't interrupt the sorrow ; Shades of Scarlett conquering ; The hissing of summer lawns ; The boho dance ; Harry's house- Centerpiece ; Sweet bird ; Shadows and light --
Hejira. Coyote ; Amelia ; Furry sings the blues ; A strange boy ; Hejira ; Song for Sharon ; Black crow ; Blue motel room ; Refuge of the roads --
Don Juan's reckless daughter. Cotton Avenue ; Talk to me ; Jericho ; Paprika plains ; Otis and Marlena ; Dreamland ; Don Juan's reckless daughter ; Off night backstreet ; The silky veils of ardor --
Mingus. God must be a boogie man ; A chair in the sky ; The wolf that lives in Lindsey ; Sweet sucker dance ; The dry cleaner from Des Moines ; Goodbye pork pie hat --
Wild things run fast. Chinese cafe- unchained melody ; Wild things run fast ; Ladies' man ; Moon at the window ; Solid love ; Be cool ; You dream flat tires ; Man to man ; Underneath the streetlight ; Love (Corinthians II : 13) --
Dog eat dog. Good friends ; Tax free ; Fiction ; The three great stimulants ; Tax free ; Smokin' (Empty, try another) ; Dog eat dog ; Shiny toys ; Ethiopia ; Impossible dreamer ; Lucky girl --
Chalk mark in a rain storm. My secret place ; Number one ; Lakota ; The tea leaf prophecy (Lay down your arms) ; Dancin' clown ; Cool water ; The beat of black wings ; Snakes and ladders ; The reoccurring dream ; A bird that whistles --
Night ride home. Night ride home ; Passion play (When all the slaves are free) ; Cherokee Louise ; The windfall (Everything for nothing) ; Slouching towards Bethlehem ; Come in from the cold ; Nothing can be done ; The only joy in town ; Ray's dad's Cadillac ; Two grey rooms --
Turbulent indigo. Sunny Sunday ; Sex kills ; Turbulent indigo ; Last chance lost ; The Magdalene laundries ; Not to blame ; Borderline ; Yvette in English ; The sire of sorrow (Job's sad song).
Other Titles: I had a king.
Michael from the mountains.
Night in the city.
Marcie.
Nathan La Franeer.
Sistowbell Lane.
Dawntreader.
Pirate of Penance.
Song to a seagull.
Cactus tree.
Tin Angel.
Chelsea morning.
I don't know where I stand.
That song about the midway.
Roses blue.
Gallery.
I think I understand.
Songs to aging children come.
Fiddle and the drum.
Both sides, now.
Morning Morgantown.
For free.
Conversations.
Ladies of the canyon.
Willy.
Arrangement.
Rainy night house.
Priest.
Blue boy.
Big yellow taxi.
Woodstock.
Circle game.
All I want.
My old man.
Little green.
Carey.
Blue.
California.
This flight tonight.
River.
Case of you.
Last time I saw Richard.
Banquet.
Cold blue steel and sweet fire.
Barangrill.
Lesson in survival.
Let the wind carry me.
For the roses.
See you sometime.
Electricity.
You turn me on I'm a radio.
Blonde in the bleachers.
Woman of heart and mind.
Judgement of the moon and stars.
Ludwig's tune.
Court and spark.
Help me.
Free man in Paris.
People's parties.
Same situation.
Car on a hill.
Down to you.
Just like this train.
Raised on robbery.
Trouble child.
Love or money.
In France they kiss on Main Street.
Jungle line.
Edith and the kingpin.
Don't interrupt the sorrow.
Shades of Scarlett conquering.
Hissing of summer lawns.
Boho dance.
Harry's house- Centerpiece.
Sweet bird.
Shadows and light.
Coyote.
Amelia.
Furry sings the blues.
Strange boy.
Hejira.
Song for Sharon.
Black crow.
Blue motel room.
Refuge of the roads.
Cotton Avenue.
Talk to me.
Jericho.
Paprika plains.
Otis and Marlena.
Dreamland.
Don Juan's reckless daughter.
Off night backstreet.
Silky veils of ardor.
God must be a boogie man.
Chair in the sky.
Wolf that lives in Lindsey.
Sweet sucker dance.
Dry cleaner from Des Moines.
Goodbye pork pie hat.
Chinese cafe- unchained melody.
Wild things run fast.
Ladies' man.
Moon at the window.
Solid love.
Be cool.
You dream flat tires.
Man to man.
Underneath the streetlight.
Love (Corinthians II : 13).
Good friends.
Tax free.
Fiction.
Three great stimulants.
Smokin'.
Empty, try another.
Dog eat dog.
Shiny toys.
Ethiopia.
Impossible dreamer.
Lucky girl.
My secret place.
Number one.
Lakota.
Tea leaf prophecy.
Lay down your arms.
Dancin' clown.
Cool water.
Beat of black wings.
Snakes and ladders.
Reoccurring dream.
Bird that whistles.
Night ride home.
Passion play.
When all the slaves are free.
Cherokee Louise.
Windfall.
Everything for nothing.
Slouching towards Bethlehem.
Come in from the cold.
Nothing can be done.
Only joy in town.
Ray's dad's Cadillac.
Two grey rooms.
Sunny Sunday.
Sex kills.
Turbulent indigo.
Last chance lost.
Magdalene laundries.
Not to blame.
Borderline.
Yvette in English.
Sire of sorrow.
Job's sad song.
Songs.
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"In the generation of singer-songwriters who came to fame in the '60s, none has had more impact - or created a more evocative, bittersweet, literate, and reflective body of work - than Joni Mitchell. Today's music owes much to her innovation and inspiration. This complete collection of her poetry and song lyrics reads like a poem cycle that finds unexpected meaning and beauty on the page." "Mitchell expands her already remarkable talent as she continues to produce miraculous work, in words, in music, and on canvas." "The importance of Joni Mitchell's entire oeuvre is unequivocal when seen as a lifetime of accomplished writing. The Complete Poems and Lyrics gives us the first opportunity to reconsider Mitchell's written work and her place among the great poets and lyricists of our time."--BOOK JACKET.

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