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Bono: She was your mother's daughter. Joni Mitchell's creativity grew out of the folk tradition that she was raised among. She absorbed the tradition through study with poets, writers and friends, and by creativity with her own voice. Yet, she felt the creation of music was not only a natural process, but also an obligation and responsibility to the creative process.
When she began making records in 1965, she challenged traditional styles and gave them a new sense of freedom... In Joni's music, stories of personal and cultural loss are intertwined with the empowering, intuitive acceptance that there is no single or absolute truth. Her lyrics are direct, flexible, haunting, and yet she's never boring. Joni Mitchell's music is full of wisdom and beauty, striking and provocative, challenging and pure. Her songs speak to truth, to the human condition, to the feminine.
I think it's a very different account from the original Joni Mitchell Archives. Back then the final two records I never believed were any good. This made the blue album almost like a double album... then it was almost like I was going to see them but when I saw it on video it was totally different than the original packets of the 45s. Maybe it was completely a different artist... or maybe it was the people who recorded and mixed them changed... because it is not the same. It is totally different.
UPDATE: It's been quite a while since my initial impression of the Blue album (an instant classic, as I'd said!), and I've now double-checked that it's the same with a DCC 2008 CD. The sharpness and brightness of the mix is indeed more refined, and I think the idea is to make the album sound as it could have been at the time it was released. It's not bad! But it's not the same. d2c66b5586